We’re excited to welcome travellers back to our region, and are here to help you plan your journey to Tenterfield and surrounds.
If you have any flu like symptoms (such as a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath), please do not visit our region, as you may put our community at risk. When you visit, please ensure you adhere to all NSW Health advice regarding physical distancing and hygiene.
Roaring log fires, snow-dotted mountains, glistening frosts, hearty country food, and a rich, bold bottle of red – this is winter in Tenterfield!
Some destinations really draw you in at winter and Tenterfield is one of them. For an unforgettable experience, put on your woolly coat, warm scarf and cosy beanie and explore the northern NSW tablelands in the cooler months.
The National Parks provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy the crisp sunny winter days,. The native trees, grasses and shrubs provide a green canopy year-round, and the animals are still very active, giving you an up close natural encounter.
Mount Mackenzie beckons visitors to take a scenic drive to the lookout, boasting panoramic views over the region. Local wineries, galleries, museums and historical sights invite you inside to retreat from the crisp alpine air.
At night, cosy up by the warmth of a roaring fire as you enjoy a hearty winter meal and a glass of local wine from the comfort of one of the many restaurants or accommodation venues in the region.
The Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre has reopened following closures due to COVID-19 restrictions. The centre will be operating via a window service for the time being, and is staffed Monday to Saturday. Phone calls will be answered on Sunday.