We’re excited to welcome NSW Travellers back to our region from the 1st June, 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.
Follow the trail of blazing colour and the sounds of the woodland forests bursting with new life during spring in Tenterfield.
The National Parks offer a unique experience throughout the season, beckoning visitors with the their abundance of wildflowers, rock orchids and wattles providing vibrant bursts of reds, yellows, oranges and pinks against the greens and browns of the native forests.
Bald Rock, Boonoo Boonoo, Girraween, Sundown and Torrington can be described as glorious, and the Boonoo Boonoo and Tooloom Falls are both spectacular sights after a good rainfall. Listen to the sounds of wildlife awakening after winter, with many species welcoming new members to their families.
Spring brings the best of both worlds to Tenterfield, with blue skies, pleasant daytime temperatures, and cool crisp nights that set the mood for an evening beside a roaring log fire, while you enjoy a local drop from one of the nearby wineries.
Year round, you can enjoy the region’s many historical sites, galleries, museums, wineries, boutique stores, cafés and restaurants.
When you visit Tenterfield in spring, you’ll be in awe of its natural beauty.
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.