Nundle was one of the first wool producing areas in Australia, with the first land grants in the region being to the Australian Agricultural Company in 1837 (Goonoo Goonoo Station) and the Wombramurra Station in 1847.
The village of Nundle was established in 1853 on the northern corner of the Wombramurra run. Set on the banks of the Peel River, the village grew out of the gold rushes and there are several buildings and relics dating from this period.
By the 1860s the Nundle area was famous throughout the UK and Europe for producing the finest merino wool in the world, a tradition we aim to keep alive with the Mill.
Nundle is about 4½ hours from Sydney and 50 minutes from Tamworth.