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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.

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.

Dolphin Point

Dolphin Point

New South Wales

Dolphin Point is a small village on the south coast of New South Wales just south of Burrill Lake. Surrounded by natural bushland, it is a place of unspoilt beauty with excellent fishing spots, safe boating, sailing and windsurfing. There is a local shopping centre at Dolphin Point, which has a newsagency, post office, supermarket, restaurant and hair salon. Accommodation is also available.

Bendalong

Bendalong

New South Wales

Bendalong is a small coastal village just north of Manyana on the New South Wales South Coast. It is set on a magnificent jutting section known as Red Point, named by Captain Cook on his voyage of discovery. Here you can take a stroll on some of the finest beaches on the coast. Choose from the tranquillity of Boat Harbour and Washerwoman's Beaches, or head to Inyadda Beach, one of Australia's most renowned surfing beaches. Bendalong borders Conjola National Park where accommodation is available in cabins, cottages and caravan parks.

Wombat

Wombat

New South Wales

Wombat, located on the Olympic Highway, 15 kilometres south west of Young, has a general store, recreation facilities, school and a hotel with New South Wales' longest continuous liquor licence, granted in 1877. Visitors head to Wombat to enjoy the experience of picking their own cherries, peaches and sugar plums in season.

Edgeroi

Edgeroi

New South Wales

Edgeroi lies 26 kilometres north of Narrabri on the Newell Highway and 90 kilometres south of Moree. Named after the famous Edgeroi Station, it was the largest station in north west New South Wales from the 1800s until after World War II when it was divided into soldier settler blocks. This region has some of the richest agricultural land in Australia and the town serves local farmers and the railway grain silo. Wheat, sorghum, cotton and other dry land crops grow in this area. Four kilometres north of Edgeroi are the remains of the once bustling Edgeroi Station woolshed.

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.

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.

Coolah Tops National Park

Coolah

New South Wales

Coolah is located in Central New South Wales, one hour south east of Coonabarabran and is the gateway to Coolah Tops National Park. Coolah firmly stakes its claim as being the home of the original 'Black Stump'. It was here that the colloquial saying "beyond the black stump", meaning "beyond the limits of settlement or civilisation" is said to have originated. A replica Black Stump and rest area has been established nine kilometres from Coolah to mark its historic location. Coolah is situated on the picturesque Coolaburragundy River and nestled in a valley of the Liverpool Range. The town is surrounded by undulating hills and fertile river flats and is an attractive service town for the surrounding agricultural district.

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