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Armidale & District Photo Gallery

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Main Gallery Views of the Armidale Mall Heritage Buildings
Churches of Armidale Armidale Cup 2000 More views
Armidale Showground Armidale Autumn Festival 2000 Sporting Venues in Armidale
  Winter Scenes Tourist Drive 19 Armidale-Uralla

View of Armidale from Drummond Lookout
View of Armidale from Drumond Lookout View From Lookout, View 1 View From Lookout, View 2 View From Lookout, View 3 View From Lookout, View 4

Armidale Town Hall
Armidale has many historic buildings including the Town Hall (left) and the Literary Instute (right) which now houses the Armidale Museum. Many more of these buildings are also featured in this gallery.
Armidale Literary Institute now the Museum
Booloomimbah, viewed from the northern side
Booloomimbah, UNE
This is located on the campus of the University of New England. It is the original homestead occupied by the White family, which became a focal point. In recent times it has undergone a major re-conditioning to restore the building. On the left is a view from the north side and the view on the right is from the south side.
Booloomimbah, viewed from the southern side
Macdonald Park
Recreation Parks
Armidale abounds with recreational parks. Many have picnicing facilities, encouraging vistors to be a part of the outdoor life in the city. On the left is Macdonald Park, located on the Waterfall Way, just east of the city centre. The view on the right is War Memorial & Band Podium, located in Central Park, right in the heart of the city.
Central Park
Aboriginal Keeping Place & Cultural Centre

For those interested in learning more about the culture and history of the earliest inhabitants of the country, the Aboriginal Keeping Place & Cultural Centre is a most important place to visit. The centre houses a superb display of material, artifacts and information.
Aboriginal Keeping Place

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