Armidale is a city in New South Wales from Australia and has a population about 19, 485 people. Armidale is located between Sydney and Brisbane, two Australian major cities. In Armidale, you will find several World Heritage national parks and other natural beauties that will amaze you. Armidale is a wonderful place that seems to be taken from a fairytale, so prepare to be very surprised. During summer, it rains pretty much and there is a cool climate temperature. Generally, it has a warm and nice climate and that makes it perfect for any season. As transport, you will find Armidale railway station, Armidale Airport, taxi as well as buses.
Top Attractions Within Armidale
Armidale Plaza is a place with numerous stores. At Armidale Plaza, you will find about 50 specialty stores and is also the perfect place if you like going shopping or for buying souvenirs for your family and friends.
The New England Regional Art Museum is the place where you will find interesting Australian art collections from the 1880s to the 1940s, so you will see interesting and valuable things. There are temporary and permanent art collections, so do not forget to book a ticket. The museum has a shop where you will find many things to buy, from jewelery, glass to ceramics.
Uralla Armidale is the place that will take you into a different world due to its antique shops and art galleries. You will have the opportunity to explore the local art inspired by the Aboriginals. You can buy a lot of interesting things and you can also see Captain Thunderbolt's grave.
Armidale YHA is a bunkhouse in the semi-countryside area where you will find interesting things to do and to see. It is a recreational place, so you can stay away from the noise and you also have the possibility to breathe fresh air. You will also find facilities as swimming pools, recreations rooms and kiosk. There are beautiful and breath taking gardens.
Armidale is a place you must visit. It is a mixture of art, culture and an old world that will make you return here when you have the opportunity.