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  1. Gloucester Country Club

    The Gloucester Country Club has a picturesque nine hole, par 36 golf course with great views of the Bucketts Mountain range. The course must be the prettiest in the state and you'll have trouble keeps your eyes off the stunning views! T…

  2. Hidden Treasure Track

    Hidden Treasure track is an easy walk through dry rainforest following Copeland Creek beneath a canopy of grey myrtle, shatterwood, yellow tulip and other dry rainforest species. This hike also takes you past remnants of the area’s mining h…

  3. 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 exchange. Art, Arts Culture and …

  4. Wallarobba Memorial Hall

    Wallarobba Hall was built in 1936 and therefore is a typical Hall of that era. A supper room is adjacent to the main hall area with a new kitchen with basic kitchen facilities. Toilets are new. The hall has a ramp and disabled toilet facil…

  5. Morpeth Museum

    Morpeth Museum, located at The Courthouse, is home to a range of exhibitions and displays. Exhibitions range from early and family history to specific industries as well as the modern perspective. The exhibitions are ever changing as new an…

  6. Cunning Culinarian

    Situated on High Street, the Cunning Culinarian is an elegant cafe with a range of fine foods and exquisite coffee. A brand new coffee destination in an old-fashioned atmosphere. Stop in to relax or order your caffeine fix from the window. …

  7. Stomp! Wines

    Stomp! Wines is a family owned and operated boutique wine company based in the Hunter Valley wine region. With two stunning contemporary brands, Stomp! and Pssst 'n' Broke, their wines are a must for those searching for authentic, stylish,…

  8. Rover Coaches

    Situated in the heart of Wine Country, Rover Coaches is one of the largest still family owned bus companies in New South Wales with a rich and proud history dating back to 1925. Visitors to Wine Country can sip, swirl and savour a day on …

  9. Faulls Ridge Winery

    Faulls Ridge is perched atop the scenic ridges above Gloucester, just like a European vineyard but with a relaxed Australian feel with charming hosts Debbie and John. Open most weekends by appointment, visitors are welcome to Faulls Ridge…

  10. Country Elegance Gardens and Gifts

    Set within lovely landscaped grounds, you will find a great variety of indoor and outdoor plants to choose from as well as gifts and homewares, pots, statues, outdoor furniture, garden art, a florist and much more that will surely give you…

  11. Cottage Museum

    This cottage has an interesting history - after being built as a home it was used by a number of banks before reverting to a home and is now a museum and the headquarters for the Merriwa Historical Society. Take a poke around this fascinati…

  12. Aberdeen Golf Club

    Aberdeen Golf Course is a nine hole (18 tee) course set on the banks of the Hunter River in Aberdeen NSW. The par 70 course provides a good challenge to all levels of golfer. Although some holes are quite short in distance, the challenge i…

  13. Almighty Tours and Transport

    Experience the difference of Almighty Tours friendly, personalised and direct service, offering flexible pick up and drop off at reasonable rates. They take away the hassle and stress of getting to and from your destination and pride themse…

  14. Ducks in the Field

    Just a short drive from Morpeth historic village, Ducks in the Field offer a set menu of high tea with a view of the beautiful maintained grounds. This unique experience is all about the quirky and colourful details, and a menu changing se…

  15. 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 National Park are of international s…

  16. Dungog Area Birding Route

    While you are staying in or visiting the beautiful Dungog Shire call into the Visitor Information Centre and pick up one of their Birding Drive brochures. Dungog is a wonderful place to go bird watching because seeing birds is easy, they…

  17. Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre

    The Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre is located on the New England Highway, three hours drive northwest of Sydney and two hours from Newcastle. The town of Muswellbrook lies in the Upper Hunter region among a diverse rural and industrial e…

  18. The Artisian Emporium

    The Artisian Emporium is an art gallery for local artists who can display their work and sell for exclusive home and gift wares. Commissions and art classes are available, as well as, one on one interior design when hanging artworks. This…

  19. Krinklewood Biodynamic Vineyard

    Krinklewood's French inspired cellar door is set amongst beautiful Provencal gardens, urns and fountains overlooking the vineyards and olive trees, and nestled in the picturesque Broke Fordwich Valley. Krinklewood is a Certified Organic…