Glen Innes – so much to see and do!

Explore Glen Innes and Celtic Country:

Australian Standing Stones
Visit the national monument to Celtic people set in picturesque parkland

Visit the World Heritage listed Washpool National Park and Gibraltar Range National Park
Lush rainforest, beautiful lookouts, stunning walking tracks and picnic areas

Scenic drives
Head along the old Glen Innes Road to Grafton and you’ll find the Mann River picnic spot and a hand cut historic tunnel

Historic buildings and museums
Take the heritage walk through town to experience Federation and pioneer history

Try your luck
Gem fossicking in the most abundant sapphire region in New South Wales

Seek out adventure
There’s an abundance of natural wonders to see by foot, bountiful fishing, riding and bush walking through the impressive countryside and national parks

Stunning parklands
Take a walk through our magnificent parks and experience the naturally cool summers, golden autumns, winters with occasional snow and colourful spring


January – Glen Innes Country race day is held on the second Saturday in January.

February – Glen Innes Show (gleninnesshow.com)

March – Minerama (minerama.com.au)

May – Australian Celtic Festival (https://www.australiancelticfestival.com/ ) Held on the first weekend of May annually.

July – Chill N Glen

October – Outlander Fan Gathering (https://outlanderfangathering.com.au)