Quirindi is a small town in New South Wales that thrives with the agriculture and farming enterprises in the area. The town is accessible through the Kamilaroi Highway or the New England Highway and tourists can expect to see stunning farming lands while they drive by. For thousands of years, the indigenous Kamilaroi people have lived in the area.
Aside from the cultural landmarks, Quirindi is also the site of popular sporting facilities like polo, rugby, soccer and even rodeo. The Quirindi Jockey Club holds races all year round with the Boxing Day Races attracting thousands of people annually. Visitors who want to drop by Quirindi may access the Main North railway line from Sydney.