Uralla Travel Guide: 13 reviews and 40 photos

Uralla ...." Ceremonial meeting place." is often used as a stop-over point on people's travels between Sydney & Brisbane on the New England Highway.
It is situated approximately 547 klms north of Sydney and 487 klms south of Brisbane.


Captain Thunderbolt (Fred Ward) known as the gentleman bushranger is buried in Uralla's local cemetery, more information on him in my tips.

McCrossin's Mill has a display depiciting the early gold rush days, and a
Chinese Joss House, a good example of early architecture.
There a lots of lovely lacework verandahs in this town, and other points of interest, so take the time, and do the walk, I think you will enjoy it!

The Town has an interesting Heritage walk which takes in numerous architectural examples of the 1800's.

Our next town is GUYRA

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  • In a nutshell:Worth stopping and having a look around.
  • Last visit to Uralla: Oct 2012
  • Intro Updated Nov 11, 2012
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  • TheWanderingCamel's Profile Photo
    Nov 29, 2009 at 4:10 PM

    Have only stopped briefly in Uralla before - I do like the sound of your scenic drive - next time .... leyle


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