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Armidale is the largest and main city of the New England district of Northern New South Wales. It is a university city with a rich history and a legacy of fine architecture, monuments, museums, and art galleries.
Located almost mid-way between Sydney and Brisbane in the New England Tablelands, (via the New England Highway), the city is 1000m above sea level resulting in climate is cooler and all four seasons are experienced and hence the name of the New England region.
The Waterfall Way a highway that links links the Pacific Highway and New England Highway at Armidale which passes through scenic countryside and is considerd to be the third most beautiful scenic drive in the country. The highway passes seven national parks and some scenic waterfalls that give the route its name.