Uralla New South Wales

Uralla heritage sites

This is the land of the Anaiwan People and "Uralla" means ceremonial meeting place. The Aboriginal history of this area dates back at least 5000 years. Aborigines are proud participants of a vibrant Indigenous culture of artists, professionals and Elders and welcome tourists to discover their past and enjoy the feeling of their place.

Uralla is right on the highway and is situated 501km north of Sydney on the New England Highway and 485km south of Brisbane on the Cunningham/New England Highway. One may arrive in this extraordinary town and not want to leave, or not leave the same way they came. With Armidale airport just 22km to the north and a helicopter at your service, it's not hard to do it in style. more...

Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers
We aim to Rescue ~ Rehabilitate ~ and
Release Native Wildlife
Wildlife Carers are a network of trained volunteers licensed by NSW National Parks and wildlife Service.  We rescue rehabilitate and release injured, sick orphaned and unwanted native fauna,  If you need assistance with a native animal please contact us by email. or ring 1800-008-290

If you find an injured or orphaned native animal, handle it as little as possible, follow the simple animal first aid steps and call 1800-008-290

Citizens Wildlife Corridors

Citizen's Wildlife Corridors Armidale Inc CWC) is an incorporated not-for-profit environmental conservation organisation that works at the "grass roots" to help private landholders manage nature and establish on-farm and regional wildlife corridors. CWC members are conserving local and regional biodiversity and ecological processes, through community education and voluntary efforts of private landholders and dedicated professionals.


Uralla Shire Council

This website is designed to provide ratepayers, residents and other interested users with easier access to publicly available Council information. It is also intended to provide an additional way to contact Council.

NSW Rural Fire Service  The NSW Rural Fire Service, the world's largest fire service. Our 70,000 volunteer members provide emergency services to over 95 percent of NSW.
New England Sustainability Strategy
On 26th August 2008 The New England Strategic Alliance of Councils launched a pioneering initiative to develop a sustainability strategy for the New England Region.

This is a significant act of leadership and while the goal is to develop a strategy that is regionally relevant, this result would also be globally significant for region wide strategies for sustainability are still in their infancy.

A new consortium called the New England Sustainability Strategy Executive (nicknamed NESSiE) was awarded the contract and has analysed the current sustainability of our Region, held a public forum and released a documentary on the work done to date.

For more details go to the online gateway to sustainability issues for the New England
Environmental Defenders Office
The Environmental Defenders Office are independent community environmental law centres dedicated to protecting the environment in the public interest.

They provide legal representation and advice, take an active role in environmental law reform and policy formulation, and offer a significant education program designed to facilitate public participation in environmental decision making.
Uralla Shire Final Draft Development Strategy ~ 4.61 mb Uralla Shire Councils Vision for 2020

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