Welcome to the Liverpool Plains
Home of the Kamilaroi people, incorporating Quirindi, Werris Creek, Willow Tree, Premer, Spring Ridge, Currabubula, Wallabadah, Pine Ridge, Mount Parry, Ardglen, Caroona, Walhallow, Tamarang, Colly Blue, Bundella, Yarraman, Blackville, Old Warrah & Piallaway.
Strategically nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, near Sydney, the Central Coast, the Hunter and the Mid-North Coast, Liverpool Plains Shire is the perfect place for that well deserved vacation. A mosaic of colours displayed by the fields of sunflowers, sorghum, canola, corn, lucerne and wheat provide the perfect backdrop whilst travelling through the picturesque hills, valleys and sweeping plains.
Visit the many great attractions including:
- The award winning Australian Railway Monument and Rail Journeys Museum
- Bird Routes of the Liverpool Plains
- The award winning First and Second Fleet Memorial Gardens
- Who’d A Thought It Lookout
- Quirindi Rural Heritage Village & Museum
- Quirindi Historical Cottage & Museum
- Quipolly Dam & Bird Hide
- Stock Brands of the Liverpool Plains
Take the trip to the Liverpool Plains and see why the locals are so proud of their flourishing communities. Experience the true rural lifestyle, friendly country charm and spoil yourself at our unique specialty shops and eateries – you can’t go wrong journeying through the Liverpool Plains.
Be sure to check out the Quirindi Country Drives and Top Attractions brochures.
Useful Quick Facts
|Distance to:||Sydney 360kms Newcastle 230kms Forster 360kms Tamworth 60kms|
|Shire Area:||5121 km²|
|Avg summer temp||15 – 31°C|
|Avg annual rainfall:||685.5mm|