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  1. Border loop lookout

    Border loop lookout provides a bird's-eye view south down Gradys Creek, with the historic spiral loop about 400 metres below the lookout. Scenic views of Border Ranges National Park and McPherson Range can be seen to...

  2. Queens Lake picnic area

    Be warned; once discovered, you might not want to leave the natural beauty of Queens Lake picnic area, just a short drive south of Port Macquarie. Nestled amongst towering eucalypts and lush rainforest, this idyllic...

  3. Wedding Bells Forest Drive

    The Wedding Bells State Forest boasts one hundred years of forestry management with its mix of native forest and eucalypt plantations. Wedding Bells State Forest features a beautiful waterfall and...

  4. Falcorostrum Loop Walking Track

    Falcorostrum loop walking track winds its way through one of the largest stands of beech in Border Ranges National Park.The best place to see ancient Antarctic beech trees is at the highest accessible point...

  5. Clarence Gorge

    Located within one and a half hours drive, north-west of Grafton is this rugged gorge where thundering waterfalls and savage rapids intermingle with deep pools and sections of calm water. The scenery is breathtaking...

  6. Seaham Swamp Bird Hide

    Seaham Swamp Bird Hide is a haven for birdwatching. Visit this great Seaham attraction to see a variety of Hunter region waterfowl, both out in the swamp and sheltering in the hide.Located in a small wetland...

  7. Angourie Blue Pool

    The Angourie Blue Pool is extremely deep and is a very popular swimming hole. There is a walking track to the Angourie Blue Pool from the car park area at the eastern end of The Crescent, Angourie.The rock...

  8. Aboriginal Bora Ring

    Aboriginal Bora Ring is one of the several tribal ceremonial grounds in the district and has been fenced and marked with a description board. Ceremonial grounds are very significant to the Aboriginal people and are...

  9. South Solitary Lighthouse

    South Solitary Lighthouse was considered the most isolated on the New South Wales coast. It was the first and the last New South Wales lighthouse to use kerosene.South Solitary Lighthouse was...

  10. Pipers Creek Picnic Area

    Pipers Creek picnic area marks the southern gateway to Myall Lakes National Park, just north of Hawks Nest on the Central coast. It’s a rustic creek-side spot near Myall River and a great place to relax and re-fuel on...

  11. Smoky Cape Walking Track

    Experience one of the largest remnants of unique littoral rainforest on the NSW coast on this moderately challenging hike. Smoky Cape walking track forms part of the longer Little Bay to Smoky Cape walk in the...

  12. North Beach Mylestom

    Mylestom is a small quiet village located a short five minute drive off the Pacific Highway. The village is nestled between the ocean and the beautiful Bellinger River. The beach has kilometres of unspoilt sand and is...

  13. Palm Forest Walking Track

    An easy walk through the subtropical rainforest near Sheepstation Creek campground, Palm Forest walking track follows a historic old logging track into the heart of the lush wilderness of Border Ranges National Park....

  14. Riverside Park

    What better place to set up for a day of exploring than Riverside Park? Located at the northern end of Ash Island, near Newcastle, it’s a blissfully peaceful spot with sheltered picnic tables and a large deepwater...

  15. Scenic Drive Kyogle

    A half day drive through the regions most productive farmland first settled in 1840, experience history, culture and scenic beauty. Commencing in Kyogle you'll head south and on the drive you'll pass the historic...

  16. Teven Valley Golf Course

    Teven Valley Golf Course has been described as 'the prettiest little golf course on the north coast'.In the gentle hills of the Ballina hinterland, an unforgettable golfing experience awaits you...

  17. Grants Beach Coastal Walk

    The Grants Beach Coastal Walk starts at North Haven near the mouth of the Camden Haven River and ends at the cliffs of Grants Headland at Bonny Hills. It is well signposted and passes through heathland, rich in...

  18. Dunggir National Park

    Dunggir National Park is a small reserve with some big draws: scenic driving routes, quiet picnic spots, a stellar lookout, and bushwalking for serious hiking.Dunggir is the Gumbaynggirr word for ‘koala,’...

  19. Old Bar Tennis Club

    The Old Bar Tennis Club, the "Friendly Seaside Tennis Centre", is set back from Old Bar Road and is part of the Old Bar Reserve. The complex has a number of excellent features including a modern...

  20. Platypus Pool

    Early morning or late afternoon from both the eastern and the western side of the bridge, you may be lucky enough to view the platypus swimming or feeding in their natural environment. There are also fish, water fowl...

  21. Tweed Regional Gallery

    Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Tweed Regional Gallery is the perfect place to visit to view first-rate exhibitions. The Gallery's six...

  22. Dangar Falls

    Two kilometres north of Dorrigo town centre is Dangar Falls, a beautiful 30-metre waterfall set amidst scenic agricultural and dairy farmland. There's a car park, a viewing platform, picnic tables and a walking trail...

  23. Gur-um-bee picnic area

    Gur-um-bee picnic area is an ideal base to explore the coastal forests within Wallingat National park, either on a car tour or by mountain bike. Located on the NSW Mid North Coast, near Forster, it's ideal for a...

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