Narrabri is set in the heart of the rich Namoi Valley in the North West NSW. Flights to Narrabri will give you access to access to directly surroundings towns such as of Boggabri, Bellata, Wee Waa, Pilliga and Gwabegar. At their arrival at Narrabri, business travelers will appreciate the proximity with important business centres such as Moree and Tamworth; meanwhile leisure travelers will enjoy the beauty of the Nandewar Ranges and Mont Kaputar National Park.
Narrabri main streetThis bustling town is the largest in Narrabri Shire and the focal point for business, shopping, sports and entertainment. Narrabri is a scenic beauty with the Namoi River flowing through the town centre and residents enjoying spectacular views of the Nandewar Ranges. Narrabri is set amongst the most fertile agricultural land in the North-West Slopes and Plains and has a population of over 7,500.
Narrabri is the transport hub on the crossroads of the busy Newell and Kamilaroi Highways, connected to the world through excellent freight services to major cities and ports by rail, road and air. An existing substantial inland port supports local distribution, transportation and logistics industries.
The bustling main street caters for all tastes. City visitors are pleasantly surprised to see the large range of luxury and fashion items available in Narrabri's boutiques. Major national retailers share bright and breezy Maitland Street with family owned stores and tempting eateries.
Narrabri is a friendly and safe town with a low crime rate making it an ideal location to raise a family. The community spirit is infectious and new residents will soon see themselves involved in a wide variety of activities meeting lots of new people.
If you like variety in a holiday, then Narrabri Shire is sure to have what you're looking for. Tourism within Narrabri Shire is huge. The Newell and Kamilaroi highways run through the Shire bringing people from all compass points. Our Shire proudly offers major attractions to our local tourists, overseas visitors and many businesses. Our facilities, accommodation, and easy access are drawing many conferences and high profile performers to the area.
The clarity of the air has encouraged the scientific growth of the Australia Telescope Compact Array of radio telescopes, commonly known as 'the big woks'. The natural wonder of the Nandewar Ranges and Mt Kaputar National Park will keep even the most reluctant of bushwalkers enthralled, while the state-of-the-art Australian Cotton Centre is sure to impress.
Add farm holidays, historical museums, Yarrie Lake, artesian bore baths, art shows or visiting cultural productions to this mix and you're guaranteed many fun filled days in Narrabri Shire. The Crossing Theatre, showing the latest release movies, modern shops and a warm welcome also await, promising unforgettable memories of your visit.
For more information about Narrabri and surrounding areas contact www.narrabri.nsw.gov.au.