Locals and tourists alike are flocking to the region's waterfalls, with the natural wonders going gangbusters after the rainfall.
Visitors to Apsley Falls and Ebor Falls have made the most of the sightseeing at the waterfalls, tourism managers said.
Walcha Visitor Information Centre's tourism manager Susie Crawford said spectators have been "pretty pleased" to view Apsley Falls "raging, rather than trickling".
This includes visitors from nearby Tamworth and Armidale, on top of those from further afield.
"There's a lot of excitement about it," Ms Crawford said.
"It is lovely to see everyone exploring their backyards and making the most of the beautiful country we have."
She said the soil profile at Apsley Falls was "chock-a block", and were "nearly at the point of saturation".
"It won't take much rain to keep them going, and the water running out of the soil profile, the springs and dams, are overflowing," Ms Crawford told the Leader.
"It's still being topped up now even though it's stopped raining."
Meanwhile, 80 per cent of visitors to Armidale Visitor Information Centre are asking to see Ebor Falls and other national parks in the area.
"They are amazed at how accessible they are with the waterfalls only a five minute drive off Waterfall Way," tourism and events manager Katrina George said.
"Dangar Falls, located 25 minutes south of Armidale, are also looking spectacular."