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Castle Hill

Castle Hill

New South Wales

Castle Hill is located 30 kilometres northwest of Sydney. Enjoy a diversity of restaurants, shopping, accommodation and leisure activities. Excelsior Reserve is a recreation area amidst the bush at Darling Mills Creek. Enjoy views of cascades, waterfalls and sandstone outcrops along the walking trails, then stop for a picnic. The Hawkesbury Harvest's Farmers Market is held at the Castle Hill Showground each month.

Merilba Estate Wines Dining Area

Kingstown

New South Wales

Kingstown is located 40 kilometres north-west of Uralla and provides some access to Warrabah National Park, which is approximately 15 kilometres to the west. The town's main industries are sheep and beef cattle breeding and some timber production. Visit the nearby Merilba Estate Wines for tastings and meals, and enjoy the view.

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Wallaga Lake, Bermagui

New South Wales

The largest lake in southern New South Wales, Wallaga Lake sits seven kilometres north of Bermagui along Wallaga Lake Road. Fishing there is fabulous and the serenity of the natural surroundings make it equally good for swimming, boating, sailing, water skiing, bushwalking and bird and wildlife watching. Picnic and toilet facilities are available. There are various places to stay around the lake, including three caravan parks with camping sites, cabins and boat hire. Wallaga Lake is home to the Umbarra, or black duck - totem of the Yuin-Monaro people. Merriman Island, within the lake, is significant to the local Aboriginal people. This island is not accessible to the public and landings are not permitted. Aboriginal middens and artefacts such as cutting stones have been found in the lake area. Please help to conserve these relics by not disturbing them in any way.

Walla Walla

Walla Walla

New South Wales

Walla Walla sits 40 kilometres north of Albury and has a rich German heritage. The Zion Lutheran Church built in 1924 is the largest Lutheran church in New South Wales, seating almost 600 people. Nearby is a replica of one of the German wagons that made the six-week, 600-mile journey from the Barossa Valley in 1869, bringing 56 German farmers who settled throughout the area. Six kilometres north of Walla Walla is Morgan's Lookout, a massive white granite rock formation used by bushranger Dan Morgan to evade police. Picnic areas and amenities are provided to enjoy the beautiful outlook.

Turrawan

Turrawan

New South Wales

Turrawan is located 25 kilometres south-east of Narrabri on the Kamilaroi Highway. Originally established as a railway town in the 1880s, it was a delivery point for grain. Turrawan is a friendly rural town, and enjoys country tranquillity and glorious mountain views. Stop by and soak up the country atmosphere.

Norah Head

Norah Head

New South Wales

Norah Head is a ten minute drive north of The Entrance and sits on a headland offering many lookouts and beaches. Its most well known beach is Soldiers Beach that is patrolled from the October long weekend through to Easter. Visit Norah Head Lighthouse and its spectacular view of the coastline, picnic at its headlands and relax at its cafes. Famous for its history, the town has a small shopping area and restaurants.

Woody Head

Woody Head

New South Wales

Nestled behind Woody Bluff and six kilometres from Iluka, Woody Head is a sheltered, grassy camping area with a northern outlook to Evans Head. Its unspoiled coastline stretches 28 kilometres to Evans Head and offers fishing, snorkelling, swimming, rocky platforms and shallow reefs. Enjoy its picnic areas and beach access, a boat ramp can be found in the campground.

Mogo village shopping

Mogo

New South Wales

In 1857, the discovery of a single nugget sparked a gold rush in the Batemans Bay area that saw the town grow to a population of 10,000 virtually overnight. When the boom was over, Mogo has turned to tourism in recent times thanks to its collection of historic buildings and new attractions. Mogo is very much an inspiration for artisans with many taking up residence in or nearby. The Original Gold Rush Colony is a re-creation of the 19th century gold rush village, complete with historic mining equipment, shops, huts and slab houses and a walk-through mine. With accommodation, families can truly step back in time to experience the gold rush era. Dedicated to the preservation of more than 42 rare and endangered species, Mogo Zoo houses red pandas, snow leopards, otters, lions, Bengal tigers and more. Mogo Zoo is renowned as the home of the pride of white lions.

Berridale

Berridale

New South Wales

Berridale is located 35 kilometres from Cooma and is a popular and convenient stopping-off point for winter sports enthusiasts on their way to the snowfields of Thredbo and Perisher Valley. Drive the poplar-lined road from Jindabyne and sample the products of the Snowy River Winery, the highest-altitude winery in Australia.

Tathra Wharf

Tathra

New South Wales

Tathra came into existence as a small jetty, which served as a shipping outlet for a group of local farmers in the 1850's. Today its historic steamer wharf is a popular fishing platform and the only one of its kind left on the State's coast. To the north of Tathra is Mimosa Rocks National Park, a 17 kilometre strip of coast where crashing waves have eaten away at the cliffs leaving honeycomb-like caves. To the south, Bournda National Park has spectacular isolated beaches, lakes and rugged cliffs while at the northern end of Tathra Beach is Mogareeka Inlet, a safe swimming spot for children. Boat ramps facilitate access to the estuary and the sea. Nearby Eden and Merimbula are worth a visit.

Information provided by the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse

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