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Lake Illawarra

Lake Illawarra

New South Wales

Lake Illawarra is a large tidal lake with a surface area of 35 square kilometres, and a 37 kilometres shoreline. The saltwater lake is home to majestic black swans, pelicans, the royal spoonbill and other water birds, and is a good prawning ground. For a great family outing visit Reddall Reserve. It has plenty of picnic and barbecue facilities and is a fun and safe playground for families. On the shores of Lake Illawarra is the Illawarra Yacht Club, host to the National Sailing Titles and the Windsurfer Class World Championship.

Manly

Manly

New South Wales

Nestled between a tranquil inner-harbour beach on one side and a popular Pacific Ocean surf beach on the other, Manly combines a laid-back attitude with a sophisticated dining scene and stylish Sydney shopping. Take a picturesque 30 minute ferry ride across Sydney Harbour to Manly and get off onto the palm-tree lined Corso. Join the Steyne promenade where you can walk, roller-blade or cycle from Manly to Freshwater Beach. Head to Oceanworld Manly with the kids, enjoy the sea breeze at its many casual dining spots, take a ghost tour at Q Station, hire a bike or join a social game of beach volleyball. A beachside suburb, Manly offers many water sports including swimming, surfing, windsurfing, parasailing, snorkelling, kayaking and scuba diving.

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.

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.

Kiama Downs

Kiama Downs

New South Wales

Kiama Downs is a scenic and peaceful local township a few minutes drive north of Kiama. It is linked by cycleways and footpaths to Bombo Beach in the south and Minnamurra River in the north. Five minutes north is Jones Beach, a popular surfing beach with a north-easterly aspect. For your safety the local Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the beach. Pack a picnic lunch and take a walk from Jones Beach south to the stunning Cathedral Rocks, a distinctive rock formation that has been shaped by years of weathering and erosion. Enjoy the stunning views that this rocky outcrop provides and don't forget your camera - this is a great spot for a picture!

Pottsville Beach

Pottsville Beach

New South Wales

Pottsville Beach is one of the many beaches located on the Tweed Coast. The coast is famous for its beaches, surfing, fishing, reserves and beachside parks. The creeks and estuaries around Pottsville are great for canoeing, fishing and swimming, especially with children. Visit the Pottsville Beach Markets on the first and third Sunday of each month for local produce and crafts. Located east of Mount Warning, Pottsville offers a variety of mainly budget accommodation including caravan parks, cabins, holiday flats and motels. Boat launch ramps are available at Pottsville and Hastings Point and Mount Warning and Nightcap National Parks are about 40 kilometres away.

Riverina

Riverina

New South Wales

The Riverina offers some of the nations best food and wine, to the most breathtaking horizons and beautiful natural landscape. There are National Parks, picnic grounds, unique wildlife, heritage buildings, festivals, art galleries, historic trains and planes, walking trails, country music, haunted houses, botanical gardens, agricultural shows, museums, producer's markets, rivers and ancient Aboriginal culture. The Riverina offers visitors golf courses, swimming pools, horse riding, ballooning, fishing, tennis courts, boating, sky-diving, bowling greens, picnic race meetings, vintage car rallies and cricket, football and netball facilities. Spend the night in a grand colonial hotel, a village pub, a modern motel, a Bed and Breakfast, farmstay or a caravan park and choose from a range of restaurants, cafes and clubs offering the best produce the Riverina has to offer.

Camden Haven

Camden Haven

New South Wales

The natural beauty of the Camden Haven is breathtaking. Quiet waterways, great fishing, spectacular national parks and family friendly beaches, are why holidaymakers return year after year. Just half an hour south of Port Macquarie, you'll find the seaside villages of the Camden Haven strung out along the mouth of the Camden Haven River. On the north side of the river, you'll find North Haven with its alfresco cafes, shady barbecues, riverside picnic areas and crashing surf beach. Sleepy Dunbogan is opposite with its sheltered swimming beaches and traditional boatshed, and bustling Laurieton nestled at the foot of North Brother Mountain, is the home base for the local fishing fleet. Majestic North Brother Mountain in Dooragan National Park dominates the skyline. The beauty and natural diversity of Kattang Nature Reserve make it ideal for bushwalking, photography, bird watching and fishing. The northern half of Queens Lake is a nature reserve.

The Murray River at Gol Gol

Gol Gol

New South Wales

Gol Gol was proclaimed a township in 1866; however, the village allotments did not begin to be occupied until the late 1870s. Located on the Murray, not far from the now thriving regional centre of Mildura across the River in Victoria, the town is historically significant because it was once an important coach stop. Coaches were vital for communication and transport in the Wentworth Shire, and were also the carriers of the Royal Mail. During the dry months they compensated for the loss of navigable waterways for the riverboats by putting on extra services for passengers. The Gol Gol Inn was an important change and up to 200 horses could be found on the common at any one time. It was around the inn that the town grew. A wharf also added vitality to the township. Today, Gol Gol is a modern rapidly developing, close-knit community based on light industry.

Mendooran Mural

Mendooran

New South Wales

Mendooran is located in Central New South Wales, 65 kilometres north east of Dubbo and 68 kilometres south of Coonabarabran. Settled in the 1840s, Mendooran is the oldest town on the Castlereagh River. It is also the premier mural town of New South Wales. The town is like an open-air art gallery painted with more than 10 colourful murals reflecting scenes from local history and rural life. Mendooran is a peaceful country town which still retains its old time charm and traditional wide streets. There are several picnic and rest areas in Mendooran making it an ideal spot for a restful stopover. Driving via Mendooran is a short cut between Coonabarabran and Dubbo, reducing your travel time by 15 minutes. From Coonabarabran, it is also the most direct route to and from Sydney, travelling via Mendooran, Dunedoo and Mudgee. A great place for a short break in your journey.

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