New England National Park

New England

New England has high country tablelands on it's eastern side and slopes to the west. The two main centres are Tamworth and Armidale, and the region has a long history of cattle, sheep and dairy farming. The New England wine region extends from Tamworth to the Queensland border. The 'Taste Tamworth Festival' is held each April to promote local food and wine, and includes farm gate trails throughout the region, as well as the 'Kootingal Pumpkin Festival'. Armidale supports local producers with 'Pasture to Plate' initiatives, and nearby Uralla has a 'Food & Wine Festival' aptly described as 'A Cornucopia of Earthly Pleasures'.

There are 31 producers in this Region

New England Producers and Trails

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Taste of Uralla

Author: Taste Trails

Created 10th Apr, 2014

Uralla is famous for the bushranger Captain Thunderbolt and now is increasingly famous for the quality of it's wines, beer and local produce. Situated between Tamworth and Armidale on the New England Highway, it is a great place to stop and meet some local producers. Premium estate wines, craft beers and boutique spirits. All producers on the trail are open on weekends, but check before visiting during the week.

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