About Lindsay House and the New England Region
Lindsay House Named after Edith Dulce Lindsay has undergone substancial 'surgery' to what was once the home and practice of business of Dr Walter Eli Harris for whom it was built in 1917.
It subsequently became home to an architects establishment and was later purchased and annexed by UNE in 1972. It was then privately purchased and restoration began in 1999.
Extensive restorations to convert Lindsay House into New England's finest Country House Hotel were completed in September of 1999, providing the ideal venue in the region for a unique stay or special occasion.
Armidale and the New England Region offer a wide variety of activities and attractions. Theres 'Waterfall Way Tours', horse riding, helicopter rides over the gorges, lure and fly-fishing for trout, gold and gemstone fossicking, world heritage national parks, art galleries, live theatre, museums, restaurants, wineries, just to name a few.