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  1. Arts, Vintage and Retro Trail

    In Lismore's wide boulevards, side-streets, alleys and arcades you'll find antique, vintage and retro stores that are filled with fabulous and unique collections of old wares, vintage and retro fashions, furniture and...

  2. Crowdy Bay National Park

    Crowdy Bay National Park offers an abundance of wildflowers, birds and animals, bushwalking, swimming and fishing in 8,022 hectares of coastal plains. There are long sweeping beaches north and south, extensive...

  3. Taree Craft Centre

    Located in a lovely historical building, Taree Craft Cottage displays and sells a diverse range of quality items handcrafted by their talented members. This is the ideal place to shop for that perfect gift for any...

  4. Cudgen Lake

    Cudgen Lake,is perfect for birdwatching, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and picnicking.Just near the coastal villages of Cabarita Beach and Bogangar on the Tweed Coast, Cudgen Lake is a hidden wetland...

  5. Point Danger Lookout

    Situated on the New South Wales/Queensland border, high on a peak overlooking Duranbah Beach which is popular for surfing. Point Danger was named by Captain James Cook on his 1770 journey up the east coast of...

  6. Koala Care Centre

    The Lismore region has one of the highest populations of koalas in NSW. It is not unusual for people to have koalas roaming through their backyards. Nevertheless, the pressures of disease, habitat loss and degradation...

  7. Rainbow Beach

    Rainbow Beach trends south-south west for 2.5 kilometres from the dolerite rocks at Middle Rock Point to the sedimentary rocks at Bonny Hills, The beach is backed by a fore dune, then two kilometres long Duchess Gully...

  8. Iluka Nature Reserve

    Spectacular views, splendid birdwatching, and an array of water activities – from surfing, swimming, snorkelling to whale watching - make Iluka Nature Reserve perfect for a school excusion or weekend retreat...

  9. Lighthouse Beach

    Lighthouse Beach is seven kilometres south of Port Macquarie, and is a nine kilometre stretch of south-east facing sand heading to Lake Cathie. It is a favourite surf beach offering protection from the summer north...

  10. Morisset picnic area

    Enjoy a family picnic on the foreshore, bring along a fishing line and try your luck. The area is also great for spotting sea eagles and cormorants. Be sure to remind the kids to keep an eye out for sea turtles along...

  11. Laurieton Track

    Laurieton track is a challenging walk on a rough trail, perfect for the intrepid adventurer. It’s easily accessible, quickly transporting you from the bustle of life in Laurieton and Port Macquarie to the serenity of...

  12. Broken Head Picnic Area

    Indulge in some picnicking, swimming, surfing, and birdwatching, while discovering a secluded paradise where lush rainforest meets the beach.Just a short drive or bike ride from Byron Bay, and you can enjoy...

  13. Glasshouse Shop

    The Glasshouse Shop is home to exquisite glassware, handcrafted jewellery, corporate gifts or something for that extra special person in your life. Choose from individually designed ceramic objects, local produce or...

  14. Shark Bay

    Shark Bay is a small, semi-secluded beach next to the southern break wall of the Evans River.It is very popular with board riders and families with small children.The board...

  15. Scotts Head Beach

    At the southern end of Nambucca Shire, Scotts Head is an idyllic place for families to visit. The sands of Main Beach stretch for miles to the north making it the perfect place to enjoy a solitary walk, build a...

  16. Coachwood Loop Walking Track

    This short loop walk in Wallingat National Park begins at Sugar Creek picnic area and wanders gently through striking cabbage palms and tall eucalypt forests. A little further on, the coachwoods appear – their smooth...

  17. The Clarence River

    The Clarence River, being the largest river on the eastern seaboard, lends itself to extraordinary estuary fishing. It is a living link between the rugged highlands of the upper Clarence and the golden beaches that...

  18. Coldstream Gallery

    Coldstream Gallery is a gallery promoting local artists and artisans predominately from the Clarence Valley region. Showcasing new and emerging artists from a diverse range of disciplines. Based in the beautiful...

  19. Razorback Lookout Evans Head

    Razorback Lookout is situated on Ocean Drive, South Evans head. Razorback Lookout offers stunning panoramic views of Evans Head and the surrounding Coast and Hinterland. The Lookout is equipped...

  20. Yacaaba Head Walk

    Yacaaba is the largest headland of Port Stephens and marks the northern entrance to the port. The track begins from Bennetts Beach ( Hawks Nest Beach) and the initial section is a well informed path, winding its way...

  21. Powder Magazine walking track

    Powder Magazine track is an excellent short walk to the historic powder magazines on the headland at Arakoon National Park on the North Coast.  Only one of the constructions still stands, but you can still admire the...

  22. Submarine Beach Walking Track

    When you hanker for the feel of sand between your toes, this short and lovely walk will get you there. It links Yagon campground to the golden sands of Submarine Beach in the northern reaches of Myall Lakes National...

  23. Forest Sky Pier

    The Forest Sky Pier is located at Sealy Lookout, within Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, Orara East State Forest - only five kilometres from Coffs Harbour. The Forest Sky Pier offers the visitor an amazing panoramic view...

  24. Mountain Biking Trails

    Glenrock State Conservation Area provides excellent opportunities for mountain bike riding. With 14 kilometres of purpose-built bike trails and 20 kilometres of linked management trails in the northern section of the...

  25. 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...

  26. Bongil Bongil National Park

    Bongil Bongil National Park, south of Coffs Harbour, has plenty to offer, including wild beaches, sweeping coastal views and peaceful streams.The park is popular with locals for a spot of fishing, either on...

  27. Diamond Beach

    Diamond Beach is a beautiful, six kilometre long beach, ideal for fishing, surfing or just enjoying a long beach walk watching the dolphins frolic in the waves.The peaceful atmosphere of the area...

  28. The Big Banana

    The Big Banana is Australia's original and most famous 'Big Thing'. No trip along The Coffs Coast is complete without a stop!The Big Banana Fun Park now boasts a brand new Water Park with four huge...

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