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Flights to Armidale

Armidale Airport is located 8km (a 10 minute drive) from the town centre on the New England Highway.

Armidale sits amongst rolling hills on the high tablelands of the Great Dividing Range. A city of arts and culture, it has excellent museums, galleries, shopping and a beautiful heritage precinct. Admire the region’s rugged beauty including the New England National Park, a World Heritage listed natural wonder. Or walk the tree-lined streets and admire the grand cathedrals, heritage buildings and extensive parks and gardens. Home to the University of New England and the New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale is a cosmopolitan city with country hospitality.

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Things to do in Armidale

In Armidale, there's always something going on... Festivals, music, theatre, family fun, markets, book fairs, big sporting events, and anything in between are all available. Beautiful waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards, and a fascinating and rich cultural heritage abound in the Armidale region. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing, and other outdoor activities take on a whole new meaning when you're up in the mountains. When you come inside to see the galleries, museums, fine food, and wine, you'll be overjoyed all over again.

Places to stay in Armidale

Those looking for a relaxing getaway will appreciate the old world charm of guesthouses, cottages, and hotels. You can choose from properties in town, within walking distance of shops and attractions, or retreats in the countryside, with tranquil views, all over the area. Friendly motels and chic self-catering apartments are also great options for a getaway.

The bed and breakfasts are as good as it gets, with most offering hearty breakfasts to get you ready for a day of exploring the region's magnificent attractions.

Try a farm stay for an authentically rural experience. Several families welcome visitors into their homes or have well-equipped detached quarters. This is where you can try farm fresh produce, interact with the horses, assist with chores like egg collection, shearing, and mustering, or simply relax. In other words, for a short time, you will live the country dream.

If sleeping under canvas and braving the great outdoors appeals to you, you won't be disappointed with your choices here. You can go camping in the national parks' wilds, where you'll find campsites in picture-perfect locations. Historic mustering huts dot the scenic gorge country tracks, providing rustic shelter for first-time explorers concerned about wildlife lurking nearby during the night.

Are you travelling with your own accommodation? Then there are caravan parks with lovely, landscaped grounds, cabins, and modern facilities where you can spend a day or more. Grassy campsites are ideal for pitching tents while staying close to the region's natural wonders.

Wherever you want to stay in Armidale, you can rely on warm country hospitality.

Frequently Asked Questions

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On the New England Highway, Armidale Airport is 8 kilometres (ten minutes) from the town centre.

Taxis and hire cars are available. Hire car providers include AVIS, Hertz, Thrifty, Realistic and Budget.

Armidale is situated on the New England Plateau, at an elevation ranging from 970 metres at the valley floor to 1070 metres at the crests of the hills. It has a cool temperate climate, with most of the rain occuring during the summer. Winters are dry, cold, and frosty, with snowfall on occasion. The days are hot in the summer, but the nights are typically cold.

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