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  1. Gloucester Falls Walking Track

    When you’re hankering to get out of town, Gloucester Falls walking track is a perfect family day trip to the magnificent Gloucester Tops area in Barrington Tops National Park, near Gloucester. The kids will love the...

  2. Canoeing at Clarence Town

    The boat ramp at Bridge Reserve (adjacent to the Williams River Holiday Park) at Clarence Town is a great spot to access the Williams River.One option is to travel upriver under the historic “Brig ‘O Johnson...

  3. Vacy Community Arts Centre

    Vacy Community Arts Centre is a not for profit community organisation selling a unique variety of art and craft produced by local crafts people, they are located on Gresford Road which runs through the small rural...

  4. 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...

  5. Dungog Contemporary

    Dungog Contemporary is a commercial fine art and object gallery.They work with emerging and established artists and curators, providing the Dungog region with a centre for creative learning, experiences and...

  6. Honeysuckle picnic area

    Perched on the edge of the escarpment near the northernmost entrance to Barrington Tops National Park near Gloucester, Honeysuckle picnic area is an ideal spot for a break. Perfect for a touring holiday, it’s a great...

  7. Great Country Drives

    Dungog Shire is in the Hunter Region of NSW and is renowned for its forests, mountains and clean rivers and picturesque villages and covers an area of 2248 square kilometres. It is bordered in the north by the...

  8. Mountain Maid gold mine

    In 1876, a man by the name of Saxby first discovered gold in the district. He found it around Back Creek, now Copeland Creek, near to what is now the village of Copeland. After his discovery, miners from everywhere...

  9. Paterson Bridge

    The iron lattice bridge over the Paterson River, south of Paterson was built in 1887. Despite the dominance of timber bridges in the area, there were rivers whose sizes and flood histories required much larger spans...

  10. Cliff Face track

    Adventurous travellers visiting Woko National Park won’t want to go past this challenging alternative to Brush Turkey track, which it branches off from shortly after the trailhead. A steep four kilometre circuit,...

  11. Paterson Rail Motor Museum

    The depot in the old Paterson Goods Yards houses the Society's Museum collection of rail motors and other rolling stock items. The Museum is located opposite Paterson Railway Station on the North Coast Line to...

  12. Dungog Town Walk

    Blue plaques on many buildings around Dungog will take you on a self-guided walk featuring historic buildings and other significant sites. Some of the highlights include the Dungog Inn (211 Dowling Street...

  13. Careys Peak Walking Track

    For an invigorating walk in the spectacular high country of Barrington Tops National Park, between Scone and Gloucester, you can’t miss Careys Peak walking track. The walk leads from Mount Barrington picnic area,...

  14. 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...

  15. Blue Gum loop trail

    This delightful track offers a soothing riverside walk through patches of untouched forest in Barrington Tops National Park. From Williams River picnic area, Blue Gum loop trail crosses the magnificent Williams River,...

  16. John Tucker Park

    John Tucker Park is located in the township and is located beside the Paterson River. It is named after local identity John Tucker who in 1939 purchased a riverside parcel of land alongside a small area already being...

  17. Williams River picnic area

    Williams River picnic area, in the southern section of the park is a beautiful place for a family day out. There’s a lovely grassy area for family games or spot for children to play while the adults get the picnic or...

  18. Thunderbolts lookout

    Once a popular spot for bushrangers, it’s now visitors to Barrington Tops National Park who benefit from magnificent views at Thunderbolts lookout, near Scone. This short and easy walk will delight the senses as you...

  19. Gloucester Museum

    The Gloucester District Historical Society Inc operates the Gloucester Museum which contains material of historical significance to the district. The collection and preservation of photographic...

  20. Gloucester Tops picnic area

    If you’re looking for a relaxing and refreshing day out head to Gloucester Tops picnic area. Not far from Gloucester, it’s a great base for exploring the unbelievably beautiful walks in the eastern part of Barrington...

  21. Barrington Tops National Park

    Immerse yourself in the World Heritage-listed rainforests of Barrington Tops National Park. Easy walks, overnight hikes, great picnic, fishing and camping spots await.The rainforests of Barrington Tops...

  22. 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...

  23. Basin Loop Track

    For those who really like to stretch their legs, Basin loop track is the longest walking trail in Copeland Tops. This continuation of Hidden Treasure track follows, for the northern part of its loop, historic Old...

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