In a word - Nundle!

We are nestled in the tranquil surrounds of historic Nundle. The peace and quiet, beautiful hills, and boutique businesses in and around Nundle often give visitors reason to lengthen their stay in this unique country NSW town. An easy walk from our park will take you into the heartland of craft, antiques and house ware shops, museums, restaurants, pristine swimming pool, the famous Woollen Mill and the Legendary Peel Inn.

Nature

The Peel River is the star of Nundle’s natural environment. The river winds its way through our Park and the town, providing a cool respite during summer for a paddle or fish. The Riverside Walk has become a popular attraction year-round and makes for an enjoyable way to take in the river and stretch your legs. A visit to Hanging Rock is essential to take in the natural beauty of the area, including a drive to Sheba Dams for camping, fishing or swimming, Ponderosa Park to take in the pine forest plantations, picnic and camping area, or Hanging Rock Lookout for exceptional views across the Peel Valley. 

Culture and History on our Doorstep

You don’t have to look far to experience remnants of the gold mining and grazing heritage of Nundle and surrounds. Among the oldest surviving buildings in Nundle are The Peel Inn, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores and Mount Misery Gold Mine Café. Open on Sundays, the Nundle Museum is a wonderful opportunity to see a carefully curated collection of domestic and community artefacts in the handsome former Nundle Courthouse.

The Region

Discover the wonders of this region by using Fossickers Tourist Park as a base to explore this area. Our town of Nundle nestles in the Tamworth region within the heart of North West NSW, also encompassing Manilla, Gunnedah, Barraba, Quirindi and the city hub of Tamworth. It’s an area renowned for its country hospitality and natural beauty. Check out nearby Chaffey Dam, a great spot for a walk or a picnic, and Sheba Dams, ideal for rainbow trout fishing.