New England is an undefined region with no defined boundaries, however it is a region of definite contrasts.
The major towns in the region include Armidale, Tamworth, Glen Innes, Tenterfield, Inverell, Moree, Narrabri and Gunnedah.
New England is famous for fossickers, with many precious and semi-precious stones to find in the area. It is known for its natural sights such as national parks, dams, rivers and streams making it ideal for recreational fishing.
The region has four distinct seasons, with dry and warm summers, windy winters and fresh springs and autumns.
The natural landscape is as distinct as the climate. The region has everything from mountainous country to agricultural plans all rich in Aboriginal history.
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park is famous for its waterfalls, whilst Tamworth is famous for its country music connections and vibe.