Emmaville Mining Museum

Your Minerama weekend is not complete without a visit to the Emmaville Mining Museum, where world-class collections of gems and minerals are on display, as well as many historical photographs, memorabilia, and historic displays from the days of the local tin mining boom. Find out more.

The Emmaville Mining Museum has kindly provided Minerama with rocks & gems for kids’ activities and prizes at the show.

Glen Innes Art Gallery

4 to 28 March 2024

While you’re in Glen Innes, check out the Glen Innes Art Gallery located in the Glen Innes Severn Learning Centre. In March each year, the gallery presents an exhibition with a theme that aligns with Minerama. Find out more.

Opening Hours
Weekdays: 10am to 4pm
Saturdays: 10am to 1pm

Land of the Beardies History House and Research Centre

Discover a fascinating display of the local pioneering history, including a great collection of old machinery. Find out more.

The Australian Standing Stones National Celtic Monument

The Australian Standing Stones located in Glen Innes commemorate, celebrate and honour the contributions made by Australians of Celtic heritage to the development of our nation. 

The site is also the location of the annual Australian Celtic Festival held in May each year. Find out more.

Image credit: Destination NSW

National Parks

Glen Innes is central to a number of national parks and nature reserves, each with its own distinctive character. Find out more.

Australian Celtic Festival

The Australian Celtic Festival is the country’s hallmark event of Celtic celebration held annually in Glen Innes Highlands on the first weekend in May.

The four-day festival brings together clans & societies, cultural groups, performers, artists, stallholders, and festivalgoers from around the country and the world for a unique celebration of Celtic music, dance, art and culture. Find out more.

Check out the Glen Innes Highlands event calendar to find out what else is happening in the local area during your visit.