Tenterfield Shire is set astride the Great Dividing Range at the northern end of the New England region. The Shire contains many areas of natural beauty in the north of NSW, with approximately half of the Shire entering the Clarence Catchment on the east and half entering the west into the Upper Murray-Darling Basin. T

he area is known as the location where Sir Henry Parkes, then Premier of NSW, delivered his Federation Speech.

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