Learn more about Warialda
Warialda 'Place of Wild Honey', is an attractive small town on the Reedy Creek. Warialda, with a population of 1300, is one of the major towns of the Gwydir Shire in north-western NSW. It is situated 602 km north of Sydney and 320 m above sea-level on a tributary creek of the Gwydir River, being 190 km north of Tamworth along the Fossickers Way and 62 km north-west of Inverell via the Gwydir Highway. (go to map)
The town's name is said to mean 'place of wild honey' and presumably derives from the tongue of the original inhabitants, the Weraerai Aborigines. The name is thought to be related to the honey that is produced from the abundant pollen of the Tumbledown Gum (Angophora Leiocarpa), bees collect large to huge volumes of the pollen which provides a good surplus of honey. Read more about us »»
Biggest Morning Tea
Just a reminder that next Wednesday we are holding Australia’s biggest morning tea.
When: Wednesday 22nd May 2013
Where: Courtyard between Council Office and Karen’s Coffee House Warialda.
Warialda Markets -
every 4th Sunday of the Month
in the town centre
for further information contact the Warialda Visitor Information Centre on 02 6729 0046 or email email@example.com
Gwydir Wings n Things Bird & Bush Festival and Scarecrow Competition