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The New England Hotel, now known as "The Newie" was established in 1857. The Newie was where Peter Allen practiced playing the piano in his early years. In 2006 the first female Licensee was appointed. The Newie is a regular supporter of the Colleges of the University of New England.
The Wicklow has been a part of Armidale since 1852.
Originally named the Armidale Hotel, it is the New England region's oldest licenced establishment.
The Wicklow offers an extensive menu, has 16 beers on tap and an impressive wine list, all designed to enhance your dining experience.
The hotel has a warm and inviting atmosphere, with two log fires for those cold winter nights and a sunny courtyard for those warm summer days.
So come in, be greeted by our friendly staff, have a drink and enjoy your time with us...
Armidale Sport and Recreation Centre is a family entertainment centre with roller skating, ten pin bowling, indoor sport and the largest indoor children's play gym in country NSW.
Great coffee and food.
A unique family centre that caters for all.
Birthday parties are their specialty with kids being entertained while the parents relax.
Special dietary needs are catered for.
The roller skating rink caters for the social skater, the derby leagues - not for the faint hearted, and the inline hockey club is ready for any takers.
Wanting to join a bowling league or just enjoy a family activity that everyone can participate in? Then the lanes are calling you.
They have leagues that all levels of bowler can enjoy, from the social to the NSW titles.
The play area boasts a three level play gym and on weekends and school holidays the inflatables come out.