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  1. Dungog Historical Museum

    The Dungog Historical Society was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the heritage-listed former School of Arts building. The purpose of the museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of...

  2. Honeysuckle Forest Track

    Honeysuckle Forest walking track is a delightful amble taking in the ancient rainforest in the northern section of Barrington Tops National Park, west of Gloucester. A perfect introduction to the plateau region, this...

  3. Mount Yengo lookout

    Experience views to the north and west over Yengo and Wollemi wilderness areas following a short, steep hike to Mount Yengo lookout.Start at the beginning of Yango walking track, where the track will lead...

  4. Werakata National Park

    Werakata National Park is great for birdwatching, home to native animals and has exceptional spring wildflowers. The riding trails and scenic picnic ground are real highlights.Werakata National Park in the...

  5. Burning Mountain Nature Reserve

    Burning Mountain Nature Reserve Get directionsHome to Australia’s only naturally burning coal seam, Burning Mountain Nature Reserve is great for school excursions and is packed with day walks, scenic views,...

  6. Scone Golf Club

    Scone Golf Club is located in the Upper Hunter Valley of NSW, two hours drive north of Newcastle on the New England Highway, and three hours from Sydney. The friendly club provides golf for members...

  7. Lake St Clair

    Lake St Clair is nestled among the undulating hills at the foot of Mount Royal Range, approximately 30 minutes north of Singleton. The lake provides a premium outdoor leisure facility. Swimming, sailing, water skiing,...

  8. Paterson Rail Motor Society

    The Rail Motor Society is based about 50 kilometres north of Newcastle in the historic town of Paterson. Operated by volunteers dedicated and passionate about restoring, maintaining and operating rail motors. The...

  9. Dungog James Theatre

    The James Theatre was once the social hub of Dungog, not only for its film screenings, but its balls and dances, catered for by the Wattle Club ladies.The Theatre fell on hard times and fell into...

  10. Ogishi Craft Centre

    Ogishi Craft Centre is a work of art created by Glass Artist, Setsuko Ogishi, and her life partner Yutaka Mizuno. The gallery displays Setsuko Ogishi Art Glass as well as a variety of other quality...

  11. Deadmans Mountain Bike Loop

    Don’t be put off by its name, because Deadmans mountain bike loop offers a fun and active day for the whole family. Set out from Astills picnic area on this easy, flat ride, flanked by ironbark, spotted gum and...

  12. Cessnock Regional Art Gallery

    Cessnock Regional Art Gallery (CRAG), offers a vibrant program of changing exhibitions showcasing local arts and craft practitioners, as well as National touring exhibitions that highlight a broad range of...

  13. Heuston Lookout

    Heuston Lookout Park was formerly farmland which was donated to the community by the estate of P.A. Heuston, specifically to be used as a lookout.The Apex Club of Singleton in association with...

  14. The Steps Mountain Bike Park

    The Steps Mountain Bike Park is a purpose-built biking attraction near Gloucester offering 3.5 kilometres of cross-country trails, berms and bridges, a pump track and a handy skills-building section where kids and...

  15. McGuigan Wines Hunter Valley

    A warm welcome awaits you at McGuigan Cellars, the home of McGuigan Wines in the heart of the Hunter Valley. The friendly and knowledgeable team will guide you through a tasting of award-winning McGuigan wines from...

  16. Maitland Markets

    Maitland Market is held at the Maitland Showground and displays the best of home made, home grown and home baked goods, artisans, musicians, gourmet food and the finest quality craft ever assembled. With over 600...

  17. Woko National Park

    Woko National Park is a steep, rugged landscape with important reserves of NSW forest land, perfect for exploring on a school excursion, and great for swimming, walking, river camping and free barbecues.Woko...

  18. Pieries Peak Walking Track

    There are many ways to get your heart pounding in your chest: falling in love, sleeping alone in a haunted house or hiking Pieries Peak walking track. This short sharp hike from Youngville campground to the peak...

  19. River walking track

    River walking track is sure to delight the whole family on a nature escape in Barrington Tops National Park, a short drive from Gloucester. The easy track heads west into a shallow valley from Antarctic Beech Forest...

  20. Barrington Tops State Forest

    Located halfway between Gloucester and Scone is Barrington Tops State Forest. Within the forest, on the banks of the Manning River in cool highland forest, is a stunning camping and picnic area popular with four wheel...

  21. Yango Walking Track

    Following a former logging trail, Yango walking track travels for six kilometres through some of the most pristine and picturesque wilderness in Yengo National Park. In parts, the track can be a little rough and there...

  22. Finchley Lookout

    Looking out across the remote wilderness from Finchley lookout, you would never know you were just a few hours from Sydney or Newcastle.Take in the spectacular views and perhaps enjoy a cold drink, or a cup...

  23. Dungog Memorial Bowling Club

    Wednesday night Twilight Bowls is fun for everyone. Beginners are always welcome. Come along on Wednesday nights and give bowls a go from 6pm after their winter recess. Wednesday is called the Roll and Giggle night...

  24. The Golden Door Spa

    The Golden Door Spa is a haven of relaxation and healing, located within The Golden Door - Elysia, Australia's premier Health Retreat situated in the picturesque Hunter Valley just 2.5 hours from Sydney...

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