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Woodside: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Tenterfield Railway Museum

Tenterfield Station opened in 1886 and was the last station built on the Sydney to Brisbane railway line. For 103 years, Tenterfield Station made history - playing host to the full range of trains from yesteryear to the XPT. Today, many of the original operational facilities are still in working condition, allowing the station to transform itself into a railway museum with a collection of well-preserved railway artefacts. Guided tours will take you through exhibitions in all rooms of the building, and passionate volunteers can talk you through the many exciting eras of railway, making you feel part of the operation.

A market is held in the railway station car park on the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October and December starting 8am.

Railway Avenue
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 15.7K from Woodside

Sir Henry Parkes Memorial School Of Arts Tenterfield

Sir Henry Parkes "The Father of Federation" stood on the site that would become The National Trust's first museum where in October, 1889 he delivered a speech that in the words of Sir Robert Garran; "turned a vague ideal into a practical working program for Federation".

The property not only stands to commemorate the memory of one of Australia's great statesmen but to provide a centre of interest to perpetuate the meaning and purpose of Federation. The property itself was founded as a working man's institute in the 1870s. Its lifetime and associated events have earned it the title as 'birthplace of the nation'. Architecturally the School of Arts is a prominent building reflecting the society and era, comprising of many styles ranging from its gothic outline to the Edwardian addition of 1913.

147 Rouse Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 16.7K from Woodside

Tenterfield Saddler

The Tenterfield Saddler was made famous by Peter Allen's tribute to his past, and grandfather George Woolnough in the 'Tenterfield Saddler'.

However it is much more than just a song. For 50 years (from 1908 - 1960), this quaint blue-granite saddlery on High Street was a key meeting place in town. Saddler George Woolnough plied his trade, listening, undisturbed by the chatter and opinions of those who wandered in. One famous customer was Banjo Patterson.

Since 1860, the building has been used as a bank, private residence, and saddlery.

Classified by the National Trust and in original condition - the old ceilings wear 130 years of tobacco stains, wooden floors are patched in places with scraps of leather, and visitors can see the working conditions of 100 years ago first hand.

Immortalised by Peter Allen's song, 'Tenterfield Saddler', this living museum is full of leather goods and historic tools.

123 High Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 16.9K from Woodside

Tenterfield Golf Club

The irrigated, undulating fairways and superb bentgrass greens make this truly the golfer's dream course all year round. Poplars, pinoaks, wattles, gums, deodar pines, ash and fruit trees are particularly picturesque in Autumn and there's time to savour the surrounds because the course is never crowded.

Social play is possible every day, with the exception of special tournaments. Ride-on buggies and golf equipment are for hire.

Acclaimed as one of the finest country courses in Australia, The Tenterfield Golf Club indulges the golfer or visitor with 360 degree views from both the clubhouse and all parts of the 18-hole course.

256 Pelham Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 17.5K from Woodside

Woodside: Events

Tenterfield Show

Come and enjoy the Tenterfield Show. There is so much to see and do.

There are bar and barbecue facilities are available, and a band and rodeo on Saturday night. Enjoy the sheep dog trials, the dog show and Tenterfield Pony Club Sporting Day.

There is great food at side show alley, or have some retail therapy. There are lots of rides for all ages including the Hurricane, Dodgems, Cha Cha, Skyflyer, Rockwall, Mini Jeeps, Cup n Saucer, Giant Slide, Pirate Ship, Circus Castle, Giant Worm, and Ball Crawl Elephant Castle.

Don't miss the Pavilion with the prize winning cakes, jams, and produce. Stand in awe and admire what the local talent have done with their paintings and photos. Marvel at the beautiful needle work and knitting that would have taken hours of work.

There is something for everyone at the Tenterfield Show.

Manners Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 16.5K from Woodside

Oracles of The Bush

Oracles of the Bush is an annual event celebrating Australian bush poetry, music and art. This event boasts among the highest prize money for any bush poetry competition in the country. It includes a variety of events such as a Children's Concert, Poets' Concert featuring professional poets, poetry competition heats and final, Patti's Bling dance, breakfasts, lunches and the Poets' Brawl breakfast in Jubilee Park.

As well as its signature events, a number of other community events such as a craft show, markets and the Centenary Cottage Museum display are held in conjunction with this four day celebration.

Oracles is held at the start of autumn when Tenterfield's leaves are beginning to turn gold. It's a great place to be at the start of a wonderful season.

Molesworth Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 16.5K from Woodside

Woodside: Travel Tips

Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre

Call into the Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre for information on accommodation, attractions, events, and the local area.

Set in the heart of Australian Heritage, Tenterfield District is surrounded by over 10 National Parks and is the gateway to both the New England and Northern Rivers Regions. The major centre of the region is Tenterfield, surrounded by the villages of Drake, Jennings, Legume, Liston, Torrington and Urbenville - each, as you will discover, with their own unique characteristics.

There's plenty to see and do in the Tenterfield region including Bald Rock National Park - the largest granite monolith in Australia, Boonoo Boonoo Falls, The Tenterfield Saddler (open Thursday to Saturday), the Tenterfield Railway Station, Sir Henry Parkes School of Arts Museum and Theatre, Mount McKenzie Scenic Drive and Lookout and a number of local award winning wineries. The surrounding scenery is stunning and perfect for a scenic drive and day trips.

157 Rouse Street
Tenterfield, NSW, 2372

Located 16.7K from Woodside

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