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Weather in Tenterfield

Posted 9/15/2014

Weather

Tenterfield enjoys mild alpine summers, sunny winter days and crisp winter nights, blazing red autumns with stunning tree lined roads and bright wildflower springs. The average temperature in Tenterfield for each seasons is:

SUMMER

Min 13.9°

Max 26.7°

AUTUMN

Min 8.7°

Max 21.5°

WINTER

Min 1.9°

Max 14.6°

SPRING

Min 7.9°

Max 22.2°

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Tenterfield NSW

Posted 1/16/2014

 

Looking for a getaway that is different to the Norm. Tired of going to destinations with over priced accommodation and sitting around the same old coffee shops waiting for the time to pass.
Well. Get cracking and do something about it.  If you are looking for something different to do and go somewhere different, we have just the place for you. '"TENTERFIELD" The best thing of all, it will be around half the price of other tourism destinations and all within a few hours’ drive of Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Northern Rivers of N.S.W. 
 I can now  hear you all thinking.....WHAT; WHERE; WHO; Take a moment to ponder the following
Have you ever heard or come across the following words in your life?

Australia, Tenterfield, New England, Northern Tablelands, Stuart Alexander Donaldson  (1st premier of N.S.W under responsible government). Robert Ramsay Mackenzie. (1st treasurer of Queensland in 1859 and premier in 1867), Federation, Commonwealth of Australia, Sir Henry Parkes, The Great Northern Railway, Banjo Patterson, Alice Walker, Major J F Thomas, Breaker Morant, Australian Lighthorse, Beneath Hill 60, World War Two, The Brisbane Line, Captain Thunderbolt, Peter Allen, The boy from oz, Tenterfield Saddler, I still call Australia Home, Bald Rock, Bald Rock National Park. Largest exposed granite rock in the southern hemisphere, Boonoo Boonoo National Park. Rocky River, Timbarra, Drake, Gold. Granite....I could keep going. All this and more is linked to the history of Tenterfield and the formation of our country as we know it.  
Want to know more....Stay in luxury Historic Accommodation at Tenterfield Cottage and Take a tour with Tenterfield Tours end experience what is Australia’s best kept secret. Then go home and tell your friends and family
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AWARDS:

2014 - Highly Commended Excellence in Tourism

2015 - Highly Commended Excellence in Accommodation

WINNER- BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2015

WINNER - EXCELLENCE IN TOURISM 2015

EVENTS
21 June Drama Group meeting
5pm at the Tenterfield School of Arts Cinema/Theatre. Everyone is welcome. Be part of this dynamic group and have fun.

22 June Border Landcare AGM
5.30pm at Tenterfield Golf Club. Please RSVP as soon as practicable by return email or telephone – At the latest by 21st June 2017 for catering purposes. Ph / Fax 02 67363500 or email landcare@gblc.org.au

23 June Liston and Area Progress Association meeting
At Liston Hall at 5 pm. All welcome.

24 June Drake Market
8am at Woodward Park, Drake, if good weather, or under cover at the Drake Village Resource Centre, (next door) if wet. Stall holders welcome, to book a stall please call 02 6737 6664. Fee $10. Drake market is held on the last Saturday each month.

24 June BLOG Event - Medicinal Herbs
10am at Glen Aplin Hall. 3 speakers - commercial Herb Grower Rob McCosker, Peter Purbrick from Mediherb and Naturopath Linda Demy-Gero from Go Vita, Stanthorpe on Herbal Healing. The day is free and all visitors are welcome. Bring lunch to share -tea and coffee supplied. Please remember to bring your own cup, plate and eating utensils. For more Information phone Rex and Christine on 02 6736 4259.

24 June Family Dance
7pm at Urbenville Memorial Hall. Great music, bring a plate to share, raffles and lucky door. $10 each or $20 family.

27 June Meeting - Reintroducing Scouts to Tenterfield
2pm at the Visitors Information Centre, 157 Rouse St, Tenterfield. Everyone who has children interested in joining the Scouts is welcome to attend. For details phone Brett on 0417 441 499.

27 June Meeting - Reintroducing Scouts to Tenterfield
5.30pm at the Visitors Information Centre, 157 Rouse St, Tenterfield. Everyone who has children interested in joining the Scouts is welcome to attend. For details phone Brett on 0417 441 499.

30 June Melbourne Comedy Festival
8pm at the Tenterfield School of Arts. Featuring Dave Callan – MC, Danielle Walker, Adam Hess (UK), Damien Power and Matt Stewart. Five great comedians. $45 adults, $40 concession. Phone 6736 6100 for queries. Tickets available at the School of Arts or through Trybooking at https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=272269

30 June Opening at the Artist’s Collective Gallery
From 5.30pm, an exhibition of the art of creative sisters, Jann Newman and Dianne Clifton
will be on show until Thursday, 10th August... all are welcome to celebrate with us.

1 July Steve's Country Sounds
1pm – 5.30pm at the Uniting Church Hall, (cnr High and Logan Sts., Tenterfield). Come along for an afternoon of country music presented by local & visiting walk-up artists. Whether you play an instrument, sing, (or both), or just want to be part of the audience and enjoy the entertainment, everyone is very welcome. $5.00 entry fee includes a Lucky Door Prize ticket and afternoon tea. This event is held on the first Saturday of each month (except January), so put it on your calendar and tell you friends. For more information call Steve on 0428 390 627.

2 July Wallangarra Railway Markets
8.00 am to 12.00 pm at the Wallangarra Railway Station. The best little Country Market between QLD & NSW. The pick of local art, craft and produce - hot food, coffee and entertainment. For enquiries or to book a stall, call 07 4684 3429.

2 – 7 July 2017 under 43kgs Zone Junior Rugby League Carnival Tenterfield Junior Rugby League is hosting the carnival at Rugby League Park, Tenterfield. This is for representative boys and girls under 12 and under 43kgs. About 160 players will be in town from teams such as Balonne Barwon, Central Downs, Warwick and Southern Downs, Cunnamulla, Macintyre, South Burnett, Western Downs and Wynnum Manly. Tenterfield Junior Rugby League Club would love anyone who is interested in Rugby League to come and support these children by watching their games and show the visitors to our town how good Tenterfield really is. For more information contact President Peter Holley on 0408 076 155.

3 July NAIDOC Flag raising at the council chambers

4 July NAIDOC Curry’s Gap opening day

5 July NAIDOC activities in the park
Fun activities in Bruxner Park, Tenterfield.

6 July NAIDOC Week Feature Movie – Satellite Boy (PG)
1pm at the Tenterfield Cinema. $5 entry. Lucky door prizes. Satellite Boy starring David Gulpilil, Cameron Wallaby and Joseph Pedley is thoroughly enjoyable film about Pete who lives with his grandfather in an old abandoned outdoor cinema in the desert. When the old drive-in is threatened with demolition, ten year old Pete takes off to the city with his best mate Kalmain, to save his home.

7 July NAIDOC Week Feature Movie – Satellite Boy (PG)
1pm at the Tenterfield Cinema. $5 entry. Lucky door prizes. Satellite Boy starring David Gulpilil, Cameron Wallaby and Joseph Pedley is thoroughly enjoyable film about Pete who lives with his grandfather in an old abandoned outdoor cinema in the desert. When the old drive-in is threatened with demolition, ten year old Pete takes off to the city with his best mate Kalmain, to save his home.

8 July Music Supper Club featuring the Bee Gees
1.30pm at the Tenterfield Theatre. Enjoy the Bee Gees on the Big Screen with surround sound. Cabaret style tables or tiered seating. $10.00 entry. Tickets available at the Tenterfield Cinema. Bar Available, Cafe open for meals, snacks & coffee (pre order 0400 875 674)

8 July Jennings Car Boot Sale
From 9.00 am to 1.00 pm. Proceeds to Westpac Life Saver Rescue. All welcome to book a site, call Lynne 07 4684 3237.

9 July NAIDOC Week Feature Movie – Satellite Boy (PG)
11am at the Tenterfield Cinema. $5 entry. Lucky door prizes. Satellite Boy starring David Gulpilil, Cameron Wallaby and Joseph Pedley is thoroughly enjoyable film about Pete who lives with his grandfather in an old abandoned outdoor cinema in the desert. When the old drive-in is threatened with demolition, ten year old Pete takes off to the city with his best mate Kalmain, to save his home.