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  1. Chichester Dam

    Chichester Dam was constructed between 1917 and 1926 and is a minor concrete gravity dam, upstream of Dungog, in the Hunter Region. One of the Hunter's most important freshwater storage facilities contributing about 35 per cent of the Lo…

  2. Westwood Dungog Providores

    In the butcher shop in Dowling Street, Dungog they offer beautiful and local grass-fed beef and lamb, free-range pork and chicken, eggs, cheeses and other specialties. Westwood Dungog Providores can also supply you with their own free ran…

  3. Apex Lookout Dungog

    Apex Lookout provides excellent views over the township of Dungog, east towards Cooreei (a high hill overlooking the town) and also views to the north towards Barrington Tops. There is a table and benches available. Adjacent to the Look…

  4. Dungog James Theatre

    The James Theatre was once the social hub of Dungog, not only for its film screenings, but its balls and dances, catered for by the Wattle Club ladies. The Theatre fell on hard times and fell into disrepair until it was purchased by the …

  5. Allyn River Rainforest Walk

    The Allyn River Rainforest Walk is located in Chichester State Forest on the Allyn River. This beautiful short, looped walk takes visitors through stunning rainforest with towering trees, buttress roots and mossy logs creating a fairy-like…

  6. 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…

  7. Flying Duck Cafe

    Modern Country Cuisine and Fine Wine, This is a perfect location for small functions, meetings, birthdays and much more. The Café seats up to 50 guests comfortably at any one time. Group reservations are welcome, simply email them to recei…

  8. Farm Visit

    You will experience an authentic working dairy, get up close and personal with the cows, meet the farmer and discover there's so much more to a dairy farm than just beautiful animals and scenery. You'll learn about some of the products mil…

  9. Corker trail

    It’s not called Corker trail for nothing. This is a high altitude, high-octane adventure walk for fit and experienced bushwalkers in the rugged mountain country of Barrington Tops National Park. This challenging track follows the ridgeline …

  10. Settlers Arms Restaurant

    Settlers Arms Restaurant can design a menu to suit any occasion and cater for weddings, engagement parties, birthday parties and other special events. They can cater for up to 40 for a formal sit down meal or up to 100 people with a cocktai…

  11. 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 and probably Dungog's oldest bui…

  12. 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 in order to maximise t…

  13. Dungog Museum

    The Dungog Museum was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the heritage-listed former School of Arts building. The purpose of the museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of local heritage for everyone. The s…

  14. Clarence Town School of Arts Hall

    Clarence Town School of Arts Hall was established in 1915 and is maintained by a small group of Volunteers. The Hall has magnificent chandeliers, pressed tin walls and ceiling, original coloured glass windows and tin roof. There is a mai…

  15. Dungog Pizza

    This cafe doesn't only offer quality pizza it also has great meal options and takeaways. The toppings are amazing and are very tasty. The inside eating area is well presented. They offer outside dog friendly tables, or outside all under…

  16. Cooreei Bridge over Williams River

    The Cooreei Bridge over the Williams River at Dungog is listed under the NSW Heritage Act. Built in 1906, the Cooreei Bridge is an example of the Dare design. According to the pamphlet "Historic Bridges of the Hunter Valley" Harvey Dare…

  17. Dungog Common Recreation Reserve

    The common covers a little over 600 acres to the west of the small rural town of Dungog in NSW. The Trust is made up of seven trustees who aim to encourage the use of the common by locals and visitors who wish to engage in walking, running,…

  18. Dungog Arts Society

    Dungog Arts Society’s mission is to foster creative activities for all members of the community and to further develop artist awareness. They can be found at the foot hills of the World Heritage listed Barrington Tops National Park, on the…

  19. Anglican Church Op Shop

    The Op-Shop provides a treasure-trove of bargains – from clothing, household goods, books, bric-a-brac, to the lost Tupperware lid you have been searching for! Every week new items are donated, and it is well worth a regular visit. With Cup…