Considering Armidale?

At Goode Real Estate, we are proud long-term residents and passionate ambassadors for the region. We’d like to share with you why that is…

The perfect tree-change destination

Armidale is a city of four unique seasons, a welcoming local community, and a range of wonderful activities for residents, families, and visitors. At Goode Real Estate, we think coming to Armidale is The Right Move!

Rediscover life

Like many Australian country towns, Armidale offers a different pace of life that helps reconnect families and allows you to rediscover what’s truly important. Enjoy our amazing lack of peak hour traffic, discover what it’s like to live in community where people know each other’s names, and take advantage of the benefits of honest regional property prices that free up your finances.

Get back to nature

The great outdoors is calling, with Armidale offering easy access to explore spectacular World Heritage-listed National Parks and gorgeous rural landscapes. The air is clean and crisp, the wildlife abundant, and the atmosphere invigorating to the soul… and it’s all on your doorstep.

An energetic hub

While part of a beautiful natural region, Armidale also offers a regional hub for tech services and innovation – it is the new home of TAFE NSW Digital HQ and was the first location for the rollout of Australia’s NBN.

An educational centre

The home of University of New England’s (UNE) Armidale campus, there’s a thriving student and academic community that also helps drive the local economy.

Other Resources


Armidale Regional Council offers more general information about the area. Visit the website here.

Find hotels, tourist parks, pet friendly accommodation and attractions. Explore Armidale tourism, find restaurants, events & more here.

Armidale Tourism

Discover Armidale in New England High Country. World Heritage National Parks, stunning waterfalls, heritage, arts & culture, sport and cool climate wine here.

Armidale Info

Armidale – thrive in Armidale, city of four seasons, located half way between Sydney and Brisbane on the New England Tablelands. More information here.

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