Situated approximately 473km north of Sydney and 487km south of Brisbane, Uralla is said to mean “ceremonial meeting place”. Renowned as an area surrounded by history, Uralla is an alluring location to explore. With an excellent climate, an array of things to see and do plus home to a large array of cottage industries and friendly locals, Uralla is becoming a place not only to invest in, but also to base one’s lifestyle around.
Uralla boasts galleries, a museum, antique and specialty stores, and offers wineries, a cidery, distillery and a brewery. There are also some great café’s and local pubs.
Uralla is only 20 minutes from the regional city of Armidale offering the University of New England as well as numerous private and public schools. A super Secondary School is currently being built in Armidale and will be the largest secondary school in regional New South Wales.
New England North Western Districts
The New England district is renowned for its picturesque scenery, distinct seasons and peaceful environment. As a farming region, New England is an agricultural district that features a strong cattle industry and a sheep grazing community. The area boasts fertile land that produces top quality cattle plus fine wool and fat lambs. Positioned around the educational focused city of Armidale, the New England area offers a large range of events and attractions and is becoming a sought-after living and holiday destination. The North West Slopes and Plains is the home of a large productive farming and livestock industry plus a fledgling mining industry.