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  1. Gulgong Symbol Trail

    Gulgong Symbol Trail

    During the Great Depression and in gold rush times, people travelling country roads in search of work, food or just a place to sleep the night, used a secret code of symbols to communicate the 'lie of the land' to...

  2. Snowgum walking track

    Snowgum walking track

    Take an easy stroll through the snowgum forest of Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area along Snowgum walking track. It's a short walk that you can start at the summit of Mount Canobolas or from Federal Falls...

  3. Ironbark walking track

    Ironbark walking track

    Ironbark walking track is an easy 1.5hr looped bushwalk that winds its way along a ridge and up onto a broad flat plateau, which overlooks Cherry Creek. Here, you can stop and admire the scenic views looking out east...

  4. The Saddle Camp

    The Saddle Camp

    The Saddle Camp is located just ten minutes from Braidwood and is where they make your horsey dreams come true! Have your own horse as long as you stay; learn to ride, care for and compete your beautiful,...

  5. Mount Gibraltar

    Mount Gibraltar

    Mount Gibraltar at 863 metres is a collapsed volcanic core composed of very hard rock called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte or micro-syenite. 150 million years ago it pushed through the Hawkesbury Sandstone to form a high...

  6. Bowral Art Gallery

    Bowral Art Gallery

    The Berrima District Art Society was founded in October 1950 by Kath Smith and a committee of interested members of the general public. In 1970 the Society acquired, through the generosity of Edgar Bent, a cottage in...

  7. Fifth Chapter Estate

    Fifth Chapter Estate

    The extensive grounds, which include specific areas such as the Japanese and enclosed parterre gardens, flower beds, fountains and water features, have been developed and nurtured with great care and expertise by...

  8. Sandhills Artefacts

    Sandhills Artefacts

    Inspired by his father, an expert craftsman of boomerangs for hunting and throwing, Michael Lyons inherited the skills and patience to perfect the art of making boomerangs and artefacts with earthy colours and...

  9. Wellington Patchwork and Craft

    Wellington Patchwork and Craft

    Wellington Patchwork and Craft sell a range of craft supplies and hold weekly sewing and craft lessons, together with speciality workshops, open to everyone. It is very popular with visitors and locals alike...

  10. Empire Cinema

    Empire Cinema

    Empire Cinema is the oldest commercial cinema in the country operating from 15 September 1915. It will celebrate its centenary on 15 September 2015.A four screen digital cinema screening first...

  11. Commercial Golf Course

    Commercial Golf Course

    Situated in Albury and boasts a superbly presented course which features a set of consistently wonderful greens regarded as the best in country NSW and is at least the equal of the majority of metropolitan clubs in...

  12. Memorial Avenue in Cowra

    Memorial Avenue in Cowra

    There's nothing like a living memorial to stir your soul. You'll find two impressive examples in Cowra when you drive down the "avenues of honour", located on the north and south of the Grenfell Road, and east and...

  13. Weddin Mountains National Park

    Weddin Mountains National Park

    Weddin Mountains National Park, near Grenfell, consists of a small rocky range of mountains and provides a great day out for all the family to enjoy. Home of Ben Hall's Cave, the land is blessed with beautiful scenery...

  14. Livingstone National Park

    Livingstone National Park

    Just 30km south of Wagga Wagga, Livingstone National Park and the nearby Livingstone State Conservation Area boast close to 2,000ha of richly varied bushland. Wherever you travel throughout the park, you'll be struck...

  15. Fairy Bower Falls

    Fairy Bower Falls

    The walk to Fairy Bower Falls starts at Gambells Rest Picnic area or Fairy Bower car park, Morton National Park, Bundanoon. The walk offers a huge variety of walks, views to wonderful waterfalls and picnic areas....

  16. Trunkey Creek

    Trunkey Creek

    Trunkey Creek is a lovely old gold mining village. The hills around TrunkeyCreek is honeycombed with abandoned mine shafts and mullock heaps andtogether with the crumbling mud huts and brick chimneys are...

  17. Bill Lyle Reserve picnic area

    Bill Lyle Reserve picnic area

    Located right in the heart of town, Bill Lyle Reserve picnic area, also known as Lyle Park or Lyle Reserve, is an ideal place for a picnic and a great starting point for your walking tour through the historic sites of...

  18. Wallaby picnic area

    Wallaby picnic area

    This pretty, quiet picnic area in Conimbla National park is located near Wallaby walking track and Ironbark walking track, making it a good spot to have a rest and a bite to eat after a bit of exertion exploring the...

  19. Regatta Beach picnic area

    Regatta Beach picnic area

    For a relaxing family holiday, in one of the state's newest parks, load up the trailer and head to Yanga National Park within Murrumbidgee Valley National Park. With its vast riverine wetlands, just east of Balranald,...

  20. The Khaya

    The Khaya

    The Khaya, which translates to 'home' in Zulu, is a boutique style coffee shop, gift store and gallery that regularly hosts exhibitions from local artists and students. They serve delicious light meals, along with...

  21. Chifley Dam

    Chifley Dam

    Chifley Dam is located a leisurely three hour drive over the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. It is a perfect location for a quiet weekend getaway or a fantastic fun holiday for the family. The dam is Bathurst's water...

  22. Blowhole and the Rocks

    Blowhole and the Rocks

    The Blowhole is said to be sacred to the Ulupna and Bangaragn Aboriginal Tribes and when the Murray River is low, the Blowhole flows and bubbles. It is said that it seems to come alive. The...

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