In the heart of New South Wales lies a region with as many diverse landscapes as there are adjectives to describe them. A place of plunging gorges and 500-million-year-old rainforests.

A place where cows and tractors are commonplace on roads, and sleepy country towns dot verdant farmland. A place of undulating mountainscapes, exhilarating suspension bridges, swimming holes, and waterfalls galore. A place where wonder runs deep and adventure awaits.

Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a nature lover, or looking to find some space to quieten the mind – there’s nowhere better than the revitalising natural landscapes of the Waterfall Way. So, grab your togs and set your GPS to Armidale – the gateway to the Waterfall Way.

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