Glen Innes is an incredibly beautiful city located in New South Wales, Australia. With a population of more than 5.900, the city was first established in 1852. Glen Innes is located at about 100 km from Armidale city, while tourists who visit Glen Innes will have to travel about 161 km if they want to plan a one day trip to Grafton city.
Numerous attractions within Glen Innes, make tourists from all over the world come to visit the beautiful city. Numerous parks, opportunities for fishing and various waterfalls, spectacular views, many festivals and natural wonders, best describe Glen Innes. Glen Innes historical buildings confer an incredible charm to the city.
Top Attractions within Glen Innes
Beardies Museum is the best place to visit if you want to understand how Glen Innes city evolved. Displaying an impressive collection of historical records, remands of different periods linked to the city's evolution, the Beardies Museum is going to introduce you to the culture and tradition of the city and its colonial history.
The Gibraltar Range National Park is situated at about 79 km from center Glen Innes. The Australian Park is part of the World Heritage Site, also being on the Australian National Heritage List. The impressive birdlife and the many species of protected birds which are preserved here make the Gibraltar Range National Park a top tourist attraction within Glen Innes.
Washpool National Park is also included on the World Heritage List. The unique and amazing natural beauty that visitors will be able to find in Washpool National Park will charm them on the spot.
Glen Innes Festivals are known all over the world. There are so many annual events planned in the Australian city that there is no wonder so many tourists decide to visit it. The Australian Celtic Festival, Land of the Beardies Festival, The Pastoral and Agricultural Show, and also the Glen Innes Cup, manage to draw numerous tourists, every year.