Dungog activities

  1. 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 …

  2. Shaw's Williams River Bakery

    Shaw’s Williams River Bakery now has an extensive range of pies and other products – 21 different savoury pies (including the very popular plain and cheese and bacon pies), sausage rolls, custard tarts, apple pies, vanilla slices, fruit fla…

  3. White Rock

    White Rock is a popular camping area in Chichester State Forest, on the Allyn River. Flat, with adjacent parking area, this camping area is metres from the beautiful Allyn River. Spend your days paddling in the crystal clear waters of th…

  4. Chic and Antique

    Chic and Antique is full of upcycled vintage and some antique furniture, and an eclectic range of vintage wares ....antique day bed, rocking chair, chairs that don't rock, beautiful Vintage Bear, candelabras, vintage wooden toolbox, mirror…

  5. Bunna Bunoo Olive Grove

    Bunna Bunoo is a family managed olive grove located on the Paterson River in the Hunter Valley Region of NSW. Like the climate of Southern Italy where their family originated, the hot summers and cool crisp winters of the area are ideal co…

  6. Dungog Common

    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,…

  7. 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…

  8. 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 …

  9. Gresford Heritage Museum

    The Museum shows the extensive and rich history of the area, extending back to the first settlements in the 1820’s. Collecting, preserving and making accessible the stories, artefacts, documents and photographs which chronicle this history…

  10. 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…

  11. Ladies Well

    Ladies Well is a special place, where visitors can enjoy the cool waters of the Allyn River surrounded by granite boulders and lush forest. Located within the eastern portion of Chichester State Forest on the Allyn River, and at the foothi…

  12. 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…

  13. Paterson Rail Motor Museum

    The depot in the old Paterson Goods Yards houses the Society's Museum collection of rail motors and other rolling stock items. The Museum is located opposite Paterson Railway Station on the North Coast Line to Brisbane. Road access and visi…

  14. Brig O’Johnston Bridge

    The Brig O’Johnston Bridge over the Williams River at Clarence Town was built in 1880 and is the oldest surviving timber truss bridge in NSW. The bridge is one of 26 bridges identified for conservation in the Roads and Maritime Timber Trus…

  15. 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…

  16. Williams River picnic area

    Williams River picnic area, in the southern section of the park is a beautiful place for a family day out. There’s a lovely grassy area for family games or spot for children to play while the adults get the picnic or barbecue lunch ready. …

  17. Burraga Swamp walking track

    Burraga Swamp walking track is a beautiful stroll to an intriguing natural wonder in Barrington Tops National Park, near Chichester State Forest. It’s well worth the effort for dedicated nature enthusiasts to take a tour of this remote wild…

  18. 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 …

  19. Erringhi Hotel

    Located in the small rural town of Clarence Town they have an old fashioned country pub with a great atmosphere and friendly staff. Beautifully located and full of rustic charm. Call in for a drink and a meal! They have a range of meals …

  20. Dungog Memorial Bowling Club

    Wednesday night Twilight Bowls is fun for everyone. Beginners are always welcome. Come along on Wednesday nights and give bowls a go from 6pm after their winter recess. Wednesday is called the Roll and Giggle night. While at the club enjo…

  21. 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…