Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia
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An untouched, well-renowned historical district surrounded by spectacular bush lands, Tenterfield enjoys mild alpine summers, sunny winter days and crisp winter nights, blazing red autumns with stunning tree lined roads and bright wildflower springs.

Set in the heart of Australian Heritage, Tenterfield District is surrounded by a wide variety of National Parks and is the gateway to both the New England and Northern Rivers Regions. The major centre of the region is Tenterfield, surrounded by the villages of Drake, Jennings, Legume, Liston, Torrington and Urbenville – each, as you will discover, with their own unique characteristics.

Tenterfield is one of the country’s most significant historical areas. Known as the ‘Birthplace of our Nation’ – Sir Henry Parkes delivered his famous Federation Speech in the Tenterfield School of Arts in 1889, which ultimately led to the Federation of all Australian States in 1901. The preservation of a number of landmark buildings gives the township of Tenterfield a ‘Federation’ feel.

The Tenterfield District sits high on the New England Tableland and is surrounded by magnificent natural features, rugged landscapes and scenic vistas. Well-watered forests, waterfalls and swimming holes, woodlands and sub-tropical rainforests can all be found in the district. Tenterfield’s National Parks offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature, walk, swim, picnic and camp.

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distance: 9,709 Miles
Address Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia
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