Visitor Information

The Glen Innes Visitor Information Centre is a Council Facility, servicing our local community by providing essential information to visitors and locals.

The team at the Visitor Centre are excited to welcome travellers to experience our region, and are here to help you make your Glen Innes Highlands adventure memorable.

Call in and see us at the Glen Innes Visitor Information Centre: a Tudor-style building with a distinctive sign and gardens on the New England Highway. The team can help with information on things to do in two hours, half-day or a day or stopping over with accommodation, restaurants, activities maps, brochures and events happening during your stay.

We also stock Celtic souvenirs and a range of handcrafted products made by local crafters, artists and makers at the Glen Innes Highlands Shop, in store at the Visitor Information Centre or online.

COVID-19 UPDATE: We ask our visitors to please ensure you adhere to all NSW Health advice regarding physical distancing and hygiene. We have safety measures in place to protect you and our team members including hand sanitizing station at the entrance and contact tracing registry. If you have any flu like symptoms (such as a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath), please do not visit our region, as you may put our community at risk.

Travel Enquiries

NSW TrainLink Services  We can assist with TrainLink bookings at the visitor information centre, for a service fee.  You can also book through TrainLink directly.  Phone: 13 22 32 (7am - 10pm everyday) Lost Property: (02) 9379 3341 (8am–5pm Monday to Friday)

Glen Innes Bus Service
Phone: 0267 322 580

Glen Innes Taxi
Phone:  (02) 6732 1300

Glen Innes Highlands

Glen Innes Highlands is the adopted Destination and Economic Development brand for the Glen Innes Severn Local Government Area. Glen Innes Highlands is packed full of adventure and experiences with distinctive seasons, gourmet foods along with its picturesque town and villages. There are so many reasons to explore, consider moving to and contribute to the prosperity of our community - it's where you'd rather be!

Visit Glen Innes Highlands is packed full of adventure and experiences with distinctive seasons, gourmet foods along with its picturesque town and villages – a great place to stop for a family holiday, meet up with friends at one of our many events or enjoy a relaxing escape.

Live - Whether you are returning home or looking for a tree change, you’ll feel welcome in our friendly community. Enjoy a quality lifestyle with affordable housing, health services, education options, retail and professional services and career opportunities to meet all your needs.

Invest - In Glen Innes Highlands we are committed and supportive of new ideas, industries and opportunities that contribute towards our local and regional economy. For a region rich in heritage we are continuing to attract a broad range of businesses and investors leveraging and capitalising on our endowments.

The Ngarabal people are the traditional owners of the Glen Innes Highlands area. During the thousands of years they have lived here, they learnt what every modern local learns to do – acclimatise to highland weather.

For more information please visit the Glen Innes Highlands website 

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