Sunday 20 August 2017, Laurieton
The King of the Mountain is a five kilometre 'fun' run to the summit of Laurieton's North Brother Mountain. The event, conducted by the Camden Haven Surf Club, continues to grow and attracts runners from...
Step back in time with a visit to Timbertown Wauchope, where you can ride the steam train, experience the bullocky display, observe the timber craftsmen at work and smell the coals of the blacksmith.
Set amongst 87 acres of natural forest, Timbertown is an entire village, re-created to demonstrate the struggles and achievements of Australia's pioneers.
It's an authentic heritage township, where the steam train still runs, timber is still sawn, and the bullock team still hauls its heavy load. You'll smell the distinctive aroma from the steam engines, the smell of sawn timber, and the lure of freshly baked bread and hot roast beef.
Timbertown is considered by many to be one of Australia's finest heritage parks. Since opening in 1976, approximately 2,000,000 people have visited Timbertown from all parts of Australia and from around the world.
Timbertown's Cedar Creek Goldfield is a welcome addition to the park.