THE FOSSICKERS WAY

COVERING NEW ENGLAND AND THE NORTH WEST SLOPES OF NSW


In an increasingly stressful world, people are looking for experiences that help them escape from the hurly burly of modern lives. The Fossickers Way, a scenic drive incorporating seven shires in northern NSW, provides the opportunity to take time out, relax and enjoy one of the most glorious areas of the state.

Commencing off the New England Highway to Nundle and then Tamworth, the route takes in Manilla, Barraba, Bingara, Warialda and then along the Gwydir Highway to Inverell and Glen Innes where it rejoins the New England Highway.

Whether it be fossicking for gold, sapphires or other gemstones; visiting some of the best National Parks in the state (including the World Heritage National Park), enjoying magnificent waterways for fishing, swimming and picnicing or just indulging in the area's natural and built heritage, your visit is sure to be memorable.

Welcome to Fossickers Way, a more attractive alternative to travelling north and south.

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