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Located only 3.5 hours from Sydney, Taree is a diverse town fringed by rolling hills and pristine beaches. The town is home to a fascinating mix of historic buildings, excellent seafood restaurants, relaxed alfresco cafes and specialty shops and there are several popular fishing, surfing and boating spots at picturesque coastal towns nearby. Escape into one of the region’s National Parks to explore a huge playground of lush rainforest and untamed grasslands or embark on a relaxing cruise along the magnificent Manning River at sunset.

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Taking its name from an Aboriginal word that means ‘the meeting of the waters’,  Bulahdelah is known as the gateway to Myall Lakes National Park; a sprawling network of sparkling saltwater lakes, rivers and channels that extends across the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. The region is a natural playground for boating and fishing enthusiasts, while wine buffs will find plenty of opportunities to sample the finest Australian wines at boutique local wineries.

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Home to the Brisbane Waters, beautiful National Parks and a number of premier family attractions, the Wyoming/Gosford region is one of the most popular places to visit in New South Wales. Hand feed crocodiles with the kids at the Australian Reptile Park, set out on a sailing adventure on the famous sparkling waterways or spend an action packed day at Gosford Racecourse and greyhound track – there’s something for everyone!

Hill End

Hill End is a former gold mining town set in a secluded valley bordered by rugged mountains and gorges. Today, visitors can immerse themselves in the history of the Gold Rush by venturing into an underground mine, admiring the restored heritage buildings, or enjoying a meal at the iconic last-standing pub of the Gold Rush era, The Royal Hotel. You can even pan for gold!

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Cowra’s most famous attraction is its multi-award winning Japanese Garden; a five hectare haven of beautifully manicured hedges, tumbling waterfalls and rocky outcrops that wins over all ages with its beauty and simplicity. The region is also quickly becoming known as a premier food and wine destination thanks to its many organic wineries and superb local dining scene.

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Rich in history, Forbes is known for its beautiful heritage buildings, gold rush era artefacts and notorious bushranger graves. You can pay a visit to Forbes Cemetery to see the final resting place of ‘Australia’s Robin Hood’ Ben Hall, take the Forbes Heritage Walk or drop by the Forbes and District Historical Museum for a fascinating overview of the town’s unique history. Nature lovers will find a spectacular landscape to enjoy in and around Forbes with beautiful natural landmarks such as Lake Forbes, Gum Swamp Wildlife Refuge and Goobang National Park waiting to be explored.


With its perfect beaches, beautiful parks and gardens, high adrenaline adventures and exceptional dining scene, Wollongong has something for everyone. Set out on a hiking adventure through dense rainforest at Mount Keira, take in awe inspiring views from Bald Hill Lookout or sky dive onto the beach at the only beach skydive location in NSW. Foodies can take their taste buds on a journey of exotic flavours with cuisine from all over the globe on offer at the city’s many fine dining restaurants, cafes and bistros.


Bargo features some of the most breathtaking natural scenery in New South Wales, with a vast landscape of bushwalking trails, quiet country roads and spectacular lookout points just waiting to be discovered. The beautiful Nepean and Avon Dams provide an unforgettable setting in which to stroll, picnic and barbecue, while the picturesque Mermaid Pools offers a refreshing natural swimming pool surrounded by sandstone canyon walls. Popular local attractions such as the Wirrimbirra Wildlife Sanctuary and the Bargo Dingo Sanctuary are sure to delight animal lovers of all ages.


Set on the magnificent Murray River, Moama has something to excite and inspire everyone. Pay a visit to the famous Holden Museum, sample the finest local wines in a nearby vineyard or enjoy lunch on a relaxing paddle steamer cruise along the river. The Echuca-Moama region is home to a fantastic selection of cafes and restaurants and is said to enjoy more days of sunshine per year than the Sunshine Coast, making it the perfect destination for a relaxing break any time of year.

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Tocumwal is a haven for sand and sea worshippers, with a total of 24 beaches located within five minutes east and west of the town. The Murray River is the town’s other leading natural attraction, with many returning year after year to enjoy the fantastic local fishing, boating and swimming. Tocumwal Golf Club, located on the banks of the river, is a major draw card for sports lovers thanks to its picturesque natural setting and fantastic facilities.

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Tenterfield is one of the cultural epicentres of New South Wales and features a myriad of museums, historic buildings and heritage tours to enjoy. Famously declared “the birthplace of our nation” by Sir Henry Parkes, the town is surrounded by more than 10 stunning National Parks, offering plenty of opportunities to picnic, bird watch and hike amid rugged mountains and dense green forest. The region’s wine industry is award winning and few will be able to resist the opportunity to sip boutique vintages in a sundrenched vineyard and buy right from the cellar door.

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