Uralla accommodation and travel guide

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Comments (2)
  • Sue Barnett says:

    Its a wonderful little town. So much to see and do. I miss it now living far away.

  • B Hood says:

    Hi, just to let you know that Michael’s Cafe on Bridge St( Main street), is legendary, having many homemade delicious treats. His breakfasts are second to none and it’s a spot you need to stop at to enjoy. He supports/uses local pasture fed egg producer “Stella Maris Farm”. Stella Maris Farm is on the edge of town (14 Marsh St Uralla) bordered by Thunderbolts Way, and is a farm stay you can enjoy meeting the baby animals. You can also get a great coffee at Melrose on Bridge St,
    or Piccadilly Gym on Hill St. The “Pie Mechanic” also on Bridge St, makes delicious pies and pastries, so you have much to enjoy. For dinner, the Golf club serves great grub, and the Chinese serves up decent nosh.