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Tucki Tucki

Tucki Tucki

New South Wales

The town of Tucki Tucki is known for its Nature Reserve that was created in 1958 to preserve the local koala population and its habitat. The residents of the Tucki district formed a committee and four hectares of land adjacent to the Tucki Public School were planted with a variety of trees to provide food and shelter for the district's diminishing koala population. In 1967 the land came under the control of the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service and was named the Tucki Tucki Nature Reserve. The reserve can be accessed via Wyrallah Road and is a 15 minute drive from Lismore.

East Maitland

East Maitland

New South Wales

East Maitland was originally the town centre of the city of Maitland from 1830 to 1850. Historic buildings remain from that time and are now home to cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutique stores. Visit the beautiful churches of St Peters and St Josephs that overlook East Maitland. Take a tour of the 150-year-old Maitland Gaol, known as one of the toughest gaols in the country. See the bronze tribute to Les Darcy, Australia's famous boxer, in King Edward Park and visit his burial place in the Darcy family vault at East Maitland, one of New South Wales' oldest cemeteries. East Maitland is a modern town with many shops, cafes, restaurants and facilities.

Coffs Harbour Main Beach

Coffs Harbour

New South Wales

Most famous for the giant man-made banana at the northern end of town, Coffs Harbour is one of the largest regional cities in New South Wales. Sprawling for miles up and down the coast, the area's many beaches make for perfect holidaying territory ­ with surfing, fishing and sand-side picnics and barbecues amongst the favourite pastimes of visitors and locals alike. The banana plantations that fill the hills around the area make the landscape richly green and unusual. The town centre is great for city-standard shopping and is home to many recreational clubs and nightspots.

Boggabri

Boggabri

New South Wales

The town of Boggabri lies 57 kilometres south east of Narrabri and 40 kilometres north west of Gunnedah on the Newell and Kamilaroi Highways. Home to Nelson's Honey, the largest supplier of honey in New South Wales, it's a town predominantly supported by agriculture and sits on the edge of rich coal deposits in the Gunnedah Shire. Visit Gin's Leap, five kilometres from town, a stunning sheer rock face subject to many legends. Tour Boggabri Museum and take the Boggabri Historical Walk around town. Boggabri is a small town with a big community spirit and unique country lifestyle.

Parkes Radio Telescope

Parkes

New South Wales

Parkes is a great place to stop and explore what the Central West of New South Wales has to offer. No visit to Parkes would be complete without visiting the CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope - star of the Australian movie 'The Dish'. The purpose of the mysterious looking dish can be described as 'listening to the stars". The Telescope is one of Australia's most prominent landmarks and part of Australia's scientific and engineering heritage. The Henry Parkes Centre is a major cultural tourism precinct, incorporating the Visitor Information Centre and four unique collections: The King's Castle Elvis Exhibit, Motor Museum, Antique Machinery and extensive History Collection. For fantastic views of Parkes, drive to Memorial Hill (Bushman's Street), one of the highest points in Parkes offering great panoramic views over the shire. Bushman's Hill is the site of one of Parkes' first Gold Mines, in operation over 100 years ago.

Cessnock Wine Tasting

Cessnock

New South Wales

Cessnock is located two hours north of Sydney in the Hunter Valley. Originally a service town for travellers and farmers, its growth was due to the establishment of mining in the region. Enjoy wine tastings in nearby Pokolbin, one of New South Wales' most vital winemaking areas and at the vineyards of the Lower Hunter Valley. The town has a number of fine restaurants, guesthouses and galleries. Visit The Convict Trail, a conservation project that is restoring the convict-built Great North Road. Or enjoy the Marthaville Arts and Crafts Centre and the nearby historic town of Wollombi.

Brushy Cutting Lookout

Manning Valley

New South Wales

Manning Valley... Naturally! is a region located on the Mid North Coast of NSW. The region has numerous national parks and nature reserves, rare subtropical rainforests, pristine rivers including the Manning River a unique twin river system and one of the largest single drop waterfalls in the southern hemisphere. It is also home to 40 kilometres of coastline, providing many beautiful beaches and reputedly some of the best surfing on the New South Wales North Coast. The peaceful Manning Valley is a nature-lover's dream. National Parks of the Manning Valley include Brimbin, Crowdy Bay and Crowdy Gap, Coorabakh, Tapin Top, Wingham Brush and Saltwater. You will find spectacular waterfalls, hidden caves, fabulous bush walks and some of the best lookouts on the coast. Don't miss the legendary Ellenborough Falls - one of the southern hemisphere's longest waterfalls. Wingham Brush nature reserve is home to 1000 year old Morten Bay figs.

Whitton

Whitton

New South Wales

Whitton is located 23 kilometres west of Leeton and was originally a focal point for workers transporting goods and people into the south western areas of New South Wales in the 1850s. The railway line arrived in 1881 and the railway station became the nucleus of town. Admire the town's historical buildings and visit the Whitton Courthouse Museum.

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.

Grong Grong

Grong Grong

New South Wales

The town of Grong Grong is a small farming village in the southern region of New South Wales. This friendly country town is located on the Newell Highway between Narrandera and West Wyalong. The small community spirit and proximity to major centres makes Grong Grong a great place to raise a family or enjoy a relaxed pace of life.

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