The Walcha Shire is located in the beautiful and very productive New England Tablelands region of New South Wales. The Shire is some 640,000 ha in area and has a total population of 3208. The town of Walcha (pronounced ‘wolka’) is 1067 metres above sea level. Walcha can be reached by road, rail and air.
Walcha’s National Park and Wilderness areas are well worth exploring. Walcha is the gateway to some of the most magnificent eco experiences in Australia. It is part of the Central Eastern Rainforests Reserves, a World Heritage area.
The rivers and streams surrounding Walcha are abundant with trout and the Walcha Trout Club encourages visitors to try their hand at trout fishing when in our area.
Whether you are planning to stay one day or a week make Anglea House B & B your home when you visit Walcha. It’s the perfect destination to rest relax and revitalise.