hinterland must do's

‘Ancient’ – is the only word to describe Alum Mountain. With its imposing rocky tors, lookouts, trails, a quarry tunnel from old mining days and beautiful picnic areas surround overlooking Bulahdelah and the Myall River Valley this place is well worth a visit.

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Fly Fishing! The thrill of catching a big Bulahdelah Bass – best kept secret on the coast.

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Australia’s early days can be discovered at Stroud with the original silos that were built to store grain in the ground for the early colonies survival.

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Visit a winery for a tasting and cellar door treats. Spend the afternoon talking with the grower.

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Be overwhelmed by the tallest tree in New South Wales – visit the Grandis

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Go horse riding with one of our experienced operators through lush rain forests.

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Beyond Stroud follow the track taken by gold carrying coaches of the late 19th century and see the Monkerai Bridge – oldest timber truss bridge in New South Wales built in 1877.

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The “Tops to Myalls Heritage Trail” joins Barrington Tops and Myall Lakes National Parks. It takes in Careys Peak, Gloucester Falls, Little Myall Subtropical Rainforest, the Wootton Historical Railway and Bombah Point before following the Mungo Track to Hawks Nest, Walk a section of the trail or the whole 220 kilometres. (Est. 11 days trek)

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hinterland must do's

‘Ancient’ – is the only word to describe Alum Mountain
. With its imposing rocky tors, lookouts, trails, a quarry t
unnel from old minin...

 
 

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