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Rutherford

Rutherford

New South Wales

Rutherford is a suburb of Maitland in the Hunter River country in New South Wales. Take time to enjoy its cafes, restaurants and shopping, golf course and club facilities. Maitland Airport is located in Rutherford and offers joy flights including scenic flights in historic tiger moth's and aerobatics for the adventurous.

Wee Waa

Wee Waa

New South Wales

Wee Waa is Australia's cotton capital located in the rich agricultural heartland of Lower Namoi Valley in north west New South Wales. A modern town, it has many recreational facilities, cafes and shops. Walk around the town and view its interesting architecture including the Imperial Hotel, the first three-storey structure to be built in the north west, with magnificent iron lace. Stop in at Seplin Estate Winery for tastings at its cellar door. Owned by the Widauer family it has an on-site restaurant and is a great spot for barbecues or picnics. Visit the Namoi Echo Museum on Rose Street, open Thursdays to Saturdays.

Howlong

Howlong

New South Wales

Howlong lies on the border between New South Wales and Victoria on the Murray River. Popular for its fishing and water sports, there are also excellent wineries in nearby Rutherglen and north east Victoria. The town has many sporting facilities including a football oval, tennis courts, pony club, cricket club, skate bowl, swimming pool and barbecue and picnic areas. Accommodation includes caravan parks, hotels and bed and breakfasts.

Morven

Morven

New South Wales

The small town of Morven lies on the road between Holbrook and Culcairn. Settled in the 1850s, it was a Cobb and Co stop for the changing and resting of horses. With the arrival of the railway line to the west of the village, the use of the Cobb and Co declined and the plans for Morven never materialised. As one of the oldest licensed Cobb and Co coach stations in New South Wales, the remains of the old stables can still be seen next to the hotel.

Iluka Iluka Bluff

Iluka

New South Wales

The beautiful coastal town of Iluka is famous for its fishing, rainforests and surf beaches. The World Heritage Listed Iluka Nature Reserve contains the largest remnant of littoral rainforest in New South Wales. It supports rich vegetation and abundant bird and wildlife. There is an excellent surf beach within the reserve and a great lookout platform with panoramic views that are ideal for whale watching. Enjoy the beautiful beaches with picnic areas at Back Beach, Frazers Reef and Woody Head. There is a netted swimming area at Iluka Bay or unwind with a walk along the beautiful seawall.

Bungendore

Bungendore

New South Wales

Bungendore is a friendly, historic village 30 minutes' drive from Canberra and 265 kilometres south west of Sydney. This traditional Australian country town with a relaxed bush village atmosphere is set in a pretty green valley in the New South Wales Southern Tablelands. The town offers numerous specialty shops and old stone, brick and timber heritage buildings, providing an evocative glimpse of 19th century life in rural Australia. Discover art, craft and antique shops in the Bungendore Village Square and browse the Bungendore Wood Works Gallery for sculpture, craft and furniture.

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Tweed Heads

New South Wales

Tweed Heads sits on the Tweed River with beautiful golden beaches and waterways. Enjoy surfing and swimming at one of its beaches or boating, fishing and crabbing on the Tweed River. The town of Tweed Heads offers excellent restaurants, cafes and shops. Visit Point Danger Lookout on the New South Wales and Queensland border that overlooks the popular surf break at Duranbah Beach. Captain James Cook named the lookout as he sailed up the east coast of Australia to warn of dangerous coral reefs off the coast.

Sawtell

Sawtell

New South Wales

Sawtell is found on the beautiful North Coast of New South Wales just six kilometres south of Coffs Harbour. Located 555 kilometres north of Sydney and 400 kilometres south of Brisbane, it enjoys Australia's most temperate climate. Long sandy beaches, pristine rainforest, the magnificent Solitary Islands Marine Park and the nearby Dorrigo National Park make Sawtell a must visit destination. Sawtell is bounded to the east by safe surf beaches, to the north and south by unspoiled waterways and Bongil Bongil National Park and to the west by scenic mountain ranges. Sawtell has 12 restaurants and several takeaways. Bookings for the restaurants are highly recommended. Also in Sawtell is a lovely-restored cinema. You can enjoy a relaxing drink at the Returned Services League or Sawtell Bowls Club. You can also find an 18 hole golf course, croquet courts and 12 tennis courts.

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Morpeth

New South Wales

The historic port town of Morpeth sits on the banks of the Hunter River. Once the gateway to inland Australia, it was the busiest trade port in New South Wales until 1890. Today its historic shopfronts, wharves and hitching posts remain intact along its main street. Classified by the National Trust, Morpeth is home to cafes, craft shops, galleries, antiques and many annual events. Visit Morpeth Wine Cellars and Moonshine Distillery for local wine and cheese tastings and browse Morpeth Trading Post to see beautiful ceramics, glassware, china and old bush tools.

Charlotte Pass

Charlotte Pass

New South Wales

Charlotte Pass is located in the heart of the Snowy Mountains. It is Australia's highest village at 1760 metres above sea level. The resort is snowbound in winter with access only by over snow transport from the Perisher Valley Skitube Terminal. The village was named after Charlotte Adams who, in 1881, was the first woman to climb Mount Kosciuszko. It is the oldest ski resort in Australia and home to the historic Kosciuszko Chalet that was built in 1930. In summer it's the starting point for two main trails to Mount Kosciuszko - the nine kilometre Summit Walk and the 12.5 kilometre Main Range Trail. At the beginning of the Trail Heads there is a scenic boardwalk called the Snowgums Boardwalk with an observation tower to view the Main Range of the New South Wales Alps and Mount Kosciuszko.

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