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  1. Eualdrie Walking Track

    Situated in Weddin Mountains National Park, near Cowra, Eualdrie walking track follows an old logging trail from Holy Camp. From the base of the mountain you’ll climb steeply to Peregrine lookout, where you can look...

  2. Ophir Reserve

    The first Australian payable gold discovery was made in 1851 at Ophir, 30 kilometres from Orange. Other gold fields soon overshadowed Ophir in size and richness, but to Ophir belongs the honour of being the first...

  3. Gift Makers of Yass

    Yass Arts and Craft Co-operative, trading as the Gift Makers of Yass, is a friendly local co-op selling beautiful hand made goods to Yass and surrounds. They have an amazingly diverse range of jewellery and...

  4. Finishing Touch Decor Young

    Finishing Touch Décor Young is a magical mix of beautiful art, home décor, classy gifts, fine furniture and hard-to-find pieces.Visit them in store and see the wonderful collection of over 100 pieces of art...

  5. Ironbark Walking Track

    Ironbark walking track is a pleasant 1.5 hour 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...

  6. Ben Hall Wall

    This memorial is to commemorate the birth of "Ben Hall".Ben Hall was born at Breeza station, an established fact, now denied by some historians, but still acknowledged by old Breeza residents who...

  7. The Village Woodworks

    Locally handmade products, pergolas and gazebos to dining tables, side tables, bird feeders and dovecotes.Great range of locally made products. Great range of pottery and gardening products....

  8. Fitzroy Falls picnic area

    When you pull up at Fitzroy Falls picnic area, you’ll hear the waterfalls before you see them. It’s a short walk to the spectacular Fitzroy Falls, where water plummets over 80m to the deep rainforest ravine below and...

  9. Lions Park Howlong

    Lions park Howlong is wrapped around the Murray River with a beautiful sandy beach for swimming, barbecue areas to enjoy a picnic under the gum trees and a children's play area.Take a walk along the River tracks...

  10. Wentworth Wharf

    The Wentworth Wharf was originally built in 1879 using local timber and was a major landmark of the town - a hive of industry. Boats, large and small were to become a 'way of life' in the town on the junction of the...

  11. Mungo lookout

    Can you imagine what life was like when there were towering kangaroos and birds with legs like a horse? At Mungo lookout in Mungo National Park, you can gaze across the ice age lake bed that has uncovered bones of the...

  12. Pomingalarna Reserve

    Pomingalarna Reserve forms part of the Wiradjuri Walking Track and is popular with bushwalkers, runners, bike riders and nature enthusiasts. Native bushland surrounds mean wildlife abounds with plenty of...

  13. 150 Degrees East Meridian

    This particular meridian is the basis of the Eastern Australian Standard Time, used in Queensland, New South Wales (except Broken Hill), Victoria and Tasmania. The 150 Degrees East Meridian crosses...

  14. Conimbla National Park

    Conimbla National Park is a peaceful nature reserve that promises easy bushwalks, birdwatching and scenic views. It is located near Cowra, Grenfell and Gooloogong.Yambira mountain and its surrounding...

  15. Wollemi National Park

    World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park offers a dramatic setting for scenic walks, swimming, canoeing and camping, just a couple of hours north-west of Sydney.Discover the spectacular landscapes of...

  16. Bill O'Shea Studio Gallery

    Bill is a prize winning artist and recipient of a fellowship by the Australian Institute of History and Arts. Experience the wonders of Australia's landscape in all its glorious colours, painted in traditional style,...

  17. Waa Gorge picnic area

    At Waa Gorge picnic area, you can enjoy the woodland wildlife over a long lunch before going on to explore the picturesque surrounds of Mount Kaputar National Park.Formed over millions of years, the deep...

  18. McDirtys Walking Track

    If you like to combine wildlife, waterfalls and birdwatching with an energetic trek, then try the McDirtys walking track. Following the gorge ridge, you can see impressive views of falls country of the northern...

  19. Tootsie Fine Art and Design

    Tootsie Fine Art and Design Studio provides unique exhibition spaces, restored workshop space for hire and sculpture garden for artists and art lovers of many mediums to present their work and their passions to the...

  20. Pilliga Artesian Bore Baths

    The health giving waters that flow into the Pilliga Artesian Bore Baths have been doing so for well over a century. This facility is found just east of the village of Pilliga along the Pilliga Road (approximately 56...

  21. Cowra Military and Migrant Camps

    The history of Cowra is marked by stories of the military and migrants from World War Two. Between 1940 and the end of the war, the Cowra Military Camp trained some 80,000 military personnel. After World War Two, the...

  22. Carcoar Pottery

    Louise Purcell established Carcoar Pottery after she and her husband Carl moved to Carcoar in 1992. Louise has been potting since 1982 and trained in Ceramics at East Sydney TAFE. She has a huge range of domestic and...

  23. Lake Victoria

    Lake Victoria is a captivating place that embodies both Aboriginal and military history in addition to being a major water source for people in New South Wales, Victoria and other major towns and cities throughout...

  24. Harden's House of Honey

    They produce and pack one of the most extensive ranges of pure raw straight-line Honeys in Australia.Besides their extensive range of honey, they also produce their own honeycomb, beeswax candles, beeswax...

  25. Dubbo Golf Club

    The Dubbo Golf Club was established as an 18 hole course in 1903 and was relocated to its current position in 1921. In 1995, the 18 hole course was expanded to a state-of-the-art 27 hole course.The...

  26. Mount Exmouth walking track

    This long trek is also an extremely rewarding one: the 360-degree views from Mount Exmouth, the 1206m peak of Warrumbungle Range, are truly outstanding. Along the way to the summit, you’ll encounter beautiful scenery,...

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