Quirindi is located only 16kms from the New England Highway on the scenic Kamilaroi Highway in the heart of the Liverpool Ranges, and is known as “Sunflower Country”.

Quirindi is the “Gateway to the North-West” with the Kamilaroi Highway commencing in the township and ending at Bourke. The Quirindi area is rich in rural heritage and is renowned for its agricultural industries including grain growing and livestock production. Industry bodiesregularly hold seminars, workshops and field days in the midst of the famous Liverpool Plains surrounding Quirindi.

Spectacular views of the Great Dividing Range and the Liverpool Plains are available from Who’d a Thought it Lookout. The Liverpool Plains are regarded as the richest agricultural area in NSW supporting everything from boutique olive plantations to rolling fields of sunflowers.