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New South Wales North Coast - 2 - 3 Week Tour

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Sydney - Newcastle (4 hrs travel)
As you start your adventure and leave the outskirts of Sydney you'll soon reach Gosford.  Art lovers will want to stop in Gosford to see Gallery 460 And Sculpture Park 88 which is Australia's Largest commercial sculpture park (on 16 acres) as well as the Regional Arts and Gallery Centre with its delightfully serene Japanese Gardens.  Recreational opportunities in Gosford include the Brisbane Water National Park, Strickland State Forest, Bouddi National Park and the Central Coast Steam Model Co-op where you can ride the miniature trains.  Also of note is the Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum where you can get a sense of the life and inspiration of this great Australian poet.

Onward along the coast you will reach The Entrance where fishing enthusiasts can break out their rods for some blackfish and also catch prawns. If you're not quite into fishing why not sit back and watch the local pelicans at work? A large group of the local pelicans are fed daily at The Entrance.  Water sports are also possible at Tuggerah Lake with opportunity for use of catamarans, kayaks and pedal boats or the energetic can learn to surf at the Central Coast Surf School.  Art lovers can enjoy the Gorokan - Toukley & Districts Art Society where you can see the work of local artists or you can visit Seacam P/L and view the awesome aerial and ocean photography on display in their store while the natural splendour of native red gums is on display at Wyrrabalong National Park.

Newcastle (2 days stay)
First stop on your North Coast tour is Newcastle. Newcastle has five surf Beaches and two outdoor Ocean Baths (including Merewether which is the largest in southern Hemisphere) so there is little excuse not to get at least your feet wet.  For a sense of Newcastle's heritage why not ride Newcastle's Famous Tram which takes you on a three quarter hour tour of the towns history and heritage.  An abundance of history is on display for you to see with the Newcastle Regional Museum, The Newcastle Maritime Museum (boats, models, artefacts, housed in historic Fort Scratchley) and the Newcastle Police Station Museum with displays concerning the towns the civil era policing as well for the convict era from when the town was established. 

Further evidence of the town's convict laden past can be seen by visiting the Convict Lumbar Yard which was the main work area of the settlement.  The convict workforce left a lasting impression on the town with the Bogey Hole that was hard carved out of a cliff face by convicts in the 19th Century (to form a personal bath for the then military commander) and also by the breakwater they were directed to create by halving the height of Nobby's Headland. The now lowered headland which was named by Captain Cook (to whom there is a memorial fountain in the towns Civic Park) now also has a Lighthouse and with its very scenic views is a popular walking place.  It's also the starting point of the Bathers Way walk, a five kilometre scenic coastal walk that meanders from Nobby's Light House to Merewether.

Of the many scenic views in Newcastle the view from Queens Wharf Tower is also of note.  Captain Cook Memorial Fountain (Civic Park).  Overlooking Newcastle you will also find the Obelisk which was used in past as a maritime landmark for the approach to Newcastle, though originally it was only meant to be a flour mill used to grind the convict's wheat rations.
The natural splendour of the Newcastle region can be enjoyed at the Blackbutt Reserve with its many birds, kangaroos, Koalas and Wombats, the Kooragang Wetlands or the Hunter Wetlands Centre  where you can explore the extensive pond network in canoe.  Art lovers can visit the Newcastle Regional Art Gallery or the John Paynter Gallery while exhibitions of Aboriginal art and craft for sale can be seen at the Outback Art Mayfield and Aboriginal Artists of Australia Galleries.

Consider a ferry trip across the harbour to nearby Stockton with its impressive sweep of sandy beaches and dunes.  There is also the Shipwreck Walk along Stockton breakwater where 16 wrecked or scuttled vessels can be seen including the French ship Adolphe which actually has a viewing platform erected to make it even more accessible.

Also possibly worth a visit is the town of Toronto.  There you will find the Toronto City Art Gallery (includes the historic Awaba House, a sculpture garden, a mosaic pathway as well as a picnic garden and a cafe), easy access to Lake Macquarie, Dobell House (the studio and residence of renowned painter William Dobell) and the Westlake Retired Mineworkers Museum.
Shopaholics may also enjoy a brief detour to Cooks Hill where the Darby Street precinct will delight with its eclectic boutiques, bookshops and cafes.

Newcastle - Port Macquarie (3.25 hrs Travel)
As you then travel onward to Port Macquarie, the town of Raymond Terrace may delight with the Sketchely Pioneer Cottage Museum where you can indulge in local history, the beautiful Hunter Botanic Gardens or take a break from the drive and enjoy a relaxing picnic at Grahamstown Lake or Riverbank Park.
Slightly off route is Williamtown, but with Fighter World (aircraft, engines and armament showing 100 years of military aviation history), the Monarch Historical Museum, (ancient armour, military uniforms, lady's memorabilia, toys, photographs and more) and the whimsical Tomteland Fun Park (based on traditional Scandinavian folklore, there are children's rides, mini golf, waterpark, laser runner and more) there are great reasons to make a detour.

Back on track you'll next approach Bulahdelah.  Here you can enjoy the natural history of Myall Lakes National Park (fishing, sea eagles, koalas, kangaroos and pelicans), visit Nerong State Forest, Bulahdelah Mountain park or Wallingat River Forest Park all of which have wonderful picnic facilities and walking trails.  Don't forget to see the Grandis Tree which at 76m is thought to be NSW's tallest tree.  Local History is on display at the Bulahdelah Court House and can be enjoyed with the Wootton Historical Railway walk.
Continuing onward along the coast you will soon reach the town of Forster.  Great fishing  is available here with deep sea, river, lake, rock, beach for you to choose from. Aside from the spectacular views from Cape Hawke there is much to see with the Curtis Collection (a private collection of vintage cars, machinery, horse drawn vehicles etc), the Pebbly Beach Bicentennial Trail, the Tobwabba Art Gallery (contemporary Aboriginal Art) and Dolphin Cruises.   You can also enjoy the unspoilt beaches of Booti Booti National Park or visit the Forster Art and Craft Centre for a wide variety of local craft.

Port Macquarie (2 days stay)
Rich in both beautiful coastland and settlement history, Port Macquarie will prove a delightful place to stay.  Its history comes alive through such places as St Tomas' Anglican Church (built by Convict labour in 1824), the Mid North Coast Maritime Museum (chock full of memorabilia, models, charts and photographs), the Port Macquarie Historical Society (the building built circa 1836 and with over 20,000 artefacts in their collection such as convict made furniture, early shop windows, historic clothing etc.) and the Port Macquarie Museum (full of convict era artefacts and more) to name just a few. The Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve and Historic Cemetery may be worthy of a thoughtful pause as you walk among the graves of the early settlers of the region.

The surrounding areas abundance of wildlife can be seen by visiting the Macquarie Nature Reserve Koala Hospital, especially if you arrive at feeding time, and at the Billabong Koala Breeding Centre where you can see various farm and native animals, beautiful birds including talking cockatoos and you can pat the koalas or just relax near the Koi Carp filled lily ponds.

The other natural wonders of Port Macquarie are on display at the Sea Acres Rainforest Centre (three types of rainforest including one of few remaining coastal pockets and many endangered species of flora and fauna), the Lake Innes Natural reserve, the amazing vistas of the Goal Point Lookout and the Limeburners Creek Nature Reserve (a short ferry trip across the Hastings river) where you can enjoy swimming, bushwalking and abundant wildlife.
Enjoy a Camel Ride on Lighthouse Beach, a game of Hydro Golf or for the more serious visitor a round at the Emerald Downs Golf Course.  Finally, the Port Macquarie Observatory has wonderful displays to bring alive the night sky.

Nearby Wauchope is worth a side-trip with Timbertown (a pioneer village recreation of 1880's).  You can also travel slightly further to see amazing views from Bago Bluff and the natural beauty of the Boorgana Nature reserve, Werrikembe National Park & Willi Willi National Park (walking trails, rainforest) and the majestic Ellenborough falls at Bulga Plateau.
Also not too distant is Telegraph Point and enjoying the facilities at the Stoney Park Watersports & Recreation complex which include fishing and other water sports and include a wakeboard & water-ski school.

Only slightly further on (only forty five minutes form Port Macquarie) is the town of Kempsey whose rich history can be seen by visiting the Trial Bay Gaol and Monument, the Macleay River Historical Society (for regional history) and the Macleay River Museum and Settlers Cottage.  Awesome Limestone Karsts can be seen at the Yessabah Nature Reserve, while the views are phenomenal from the Apex Historical Lookout and the Rudder Park Lookout.  Don't forget to browse a number of local galleries as well as the Woodshed where local crafts are on offer.

Port Macquarie - Byron Bay (3.5 hrs travel)
The next destination is Byron Bay, but on your way there consider taking a brief pause at Fredrickton to take in the views at the Collombatti Lookout (360 degrees of Macleay River Valley) and admire the historic buildings  such as the hotel, Public School and Headmasters Residence.
Next up is Macksville where you'll find Mary Boulton's Pioneer Cottage (recreation of early settlers buildings), more beautiful surf beaches and some great fishing in the Nambucca River.

At Nambucca Heads more of the North Coast's beautiful unspoilt beaches await you, so why not enjoy them via the Lions Riverfront Walk where you can see the very unusual Vee wall (a concrete breakwater where holidaymakers have recorded their impressions of the town).  The history of the town and region can be seen at the Historical Society Museum (historical records, photographs, aboriginal artefacts, pioneer built Bullock Wagon) while nearby Gordon Park rainforest will delight many.

The town of Urunga has the Honey Place where you can see busy bees at work in glass hives, see honey extraction being done and walk amongst the lush fernery on the property.  Nearby Kalang river where you can catch bream is a great opportunity for fisherman.
Perhaps stop at Sawtell for a round of golf at the Bonville International Golf Club or relax at either Bongil Bongil National Park or Coffs Coast State Park.
Coffs Harbour is definitely worth a pause in your journey.  The Big Banana Theme Park Horticultural World with its Big Banana out front has multi-media presentations on the industry as well as an ice-skating rink and toboggan run.  Not to be outdone, the Pet Porpoise Pool Oceanarium has Seal and dolphin shows, seal kisses and dolphin handshakes, as well as sharks, reef fish and turtles to view. The miniature Dutch village called the Clog Barn will also prove a delight, whether it's riding the railway or browsing the Dutch pottery and large selection of collectable spoons.

From a historical aspect, take some time to visit George's Gold Mine (a working re-creation of early gold diggings), the Coffs Harbour District Historical Museum, or ride the Glenreagh Mountain Railway.  View art at the Coffs Harbour City Gallery or the Bunker Cartoon Gallery (for something slightly different).  The Natural history of the area can be see via the Syndicate Ridge Walking Track, Pine Creek State Forest, Bindarri National Park (which includes many spectacular waterfalls) or arranging to visit the Solitary Islands Marine Park (includes sign-posted areas where fishing, diving and collecting are allowed).  If you just want to relax the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden, the beautiful pristine beaches or a round of golf at the Coffs Harbour Golf Club may beckon to you.

Next onward is Woolgoolga where you can see the serene Guru Nanak Sikh Temple (one of the first built in Australia), the natural beauty of Wedding Bells State Forest and Yuraygir National Park, more beautiful Beaches and local art on display at the Woolgoolga Art Gallery.
Grafton has some fine art and crafts to see with the Grafton Regional Art Gallery (which includes photographs from the Lindt collection), the Bentleg Market and Gallery (highlighting local artists and craftspeople) and the Clock Tower Gallery.  The areas heritage begins to come alive via the Grafton Heritage Trail as well as the Schaeffer House Museum, the Glenreagh Memorial Museum and the beautifully preserved Saraton Theatre Grafton with its historic, iconic interior reflecting the golden age of cinema and where they are still regularly screening films.  For Natural wonder consider a visit to Washpool National Park or in the middle of town Susan Island  where one half is rainforest and has the largest fruit bat colony in southern hemisphere with a walking track leading to the other half where there are excellent picnicking facilities.

At Maclean visit the Bicentennial Museum and Stone Cottage (folk museum) and walk the Heritage trail.  Also to be enjoyed are the Maclean Lookout and Bundjalung National park.

 

Byron Bay  (2 days stay)
In recent times Byron Bay became a Mecca for an amazing number of artists and artisans of all different types and so has a slightly alternative flavour to many towns.  The natural splendour of the Byron Bay area is definitely noteworthy with Julian Rocks Aquatic Reserve (diving, photography and very limited line fishing), the Cape Byron walking track and the Broken Head Nature Reserve (subtropical rainforest with walking tracks) along with beautiful beaches and a highly enjoyable social culture.

With Byron Bay as your base, consider venturing to Woodburn, only an hour out from Byron Bay, has Hand Crafted Creatures (work of various artists in area), Woodburn Bowling Club, Wooddburn Evans Head Golf Club, New Italy Museum (cafe, celebration of contribution of Italian immigrants) and Gurragai Arts and Crafts (artwork, clothing and jewellery from local indigenous Bundjalung people, some for purchase)
Also easily accessible from Byron Bay is the Broadwater National Park (contains a lookout, fishing, surfing and varied water sports) and its not very far to reach the Broadwater Bowling Club for a social game.

The nearby town of Ballina also has much to offer. Militaria buffs can enjoy the Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum (ships and armaments of World War II, the fascinating Pacific Ocean traversing raft among other things) but to many the most important activity will be surfing at Lennox Head sometimes referred to as the "Surf capital of the Far North Coast".  Of course, if it's not a good day for surf why not enjoy the facilities of the Ballina Olympic Pool and Waterslide.  For those not wishing to get wet, the scenery around the Richmond River Lighthouse will be rewarding while if visiting between June and October there is a strong chance of seeing Humback Whales Migrating past the coast.  The Natural beauty of the interior of the region is visible at the Victoria Park Nature Reserve where you can enjoy flora and fauna while traversing the Boardwalk and on the banks of Lake Chickiba.  Also worth visiting are the lovely landscapes of the Ballina Pioneer Memorial Park and the Bicentennial Garden.  Finally, for a change of pace, try Ballina Fishing Park stocked with prize quality Bream, Jewfish and other ocean fish for either catch-and-release or to keep.

Byron Bay - Glen Innes (4 hrs travel)
Onward now to Glen Innes.   On the way is Lismore whose history and culture can be uncovered at the Richmond River Historical Society Museum with a number of exhibits including Colonial cedar furnishings, aboriginal artefacts and historical photographs.  As part of this, take a moment to visit the Cedar Log Memorial, a giant cedar log placed in memory of the pioneering timber cutters who first settled the town.  Some of the original rainforest that covered the area before historical logging can still be seen at Victoria, Tucki Tucki, Rotary, and Wilson Park Nature Reserves. 

Also nearby is Nightcap National Park with spectacular waterfalls such as Minyon falls and Protestor falls well worth the visit.  With the abundance of natural forest there is also an abundance of native wildlife and the Koala Care Centre treats sick and injured Koalas from the region before releasing them back into the wild while allows visitors to wander through the nursery and see these amazing animals up close.   Also of note is the Lismore Regional Art Gallery, third oldest in NSW, with an impressive collection of local and nationally acclaimed Australian artists including Albert Namatjira.

Next interesting stop is at Casino where you can follow the Casino Heritage Walk and peer into the past at the Casino Folk Museum where they have a large collection of photos, early appliances and historical artefacts.  Even further back into local history are the Aboriginal Rock Engravings which can be found nearby on Tenterfield Road and also Dyraaba Road.  A reflective moment is recommended at the Mafeking Lamp War memorial. Originally created to commemorate local participation in the Boer War (Mafeking was a town successfully relieved from siege during that campaign) further plaques have been added for subsequent wars making it a significant regional monument.  The area's natural history can be sampled beginning at the Platypus Pool where wild Platypus can sometimes be seen in their natural environment in the early morning or late afternoon.  The region's rainforests are represented at the Richmond Range National Park while exotic birdlife can be watched with ease from the viewing platform and walking trails of the Jabiru Geeneebeinga Wetlands.  Further attractions/activities include the Casino Golf Club, Casino RSM (Lawn Bowls), the Skate Park and BMX Track and the Pacific Coast Railway miniature Train.

At Tenterfield you will find a range of historical sites.  There is the Henry Parkes Memorial at the School of the Arts (where he made an impassioned plea for Federation of the Australian states in 1889), a variety of other historical buildings such as the Court House, the Railway Museum, the Thunderbolt's Hideout (natural caves attributed as the home of this notorious bushranger) and the World War II Tank Traps that are a remnant of the Brisbane Line (second line of defence in case of Japanese invasion from the North).  Other military history of the region is reflected in the Centenary Cottage Museum which, aside from local history, includes a memorial to Harry Chauvel whose Light horse regiment served in the Boer War.  Don't leave without considering visiting the Boonoo Boonoo National Park (where you can see Boonoo Boonoo Falls and peek down from the viewing platform to see the water fall (210 metres) or enjoy a picnic at the Basket Swamp Picnic Area), or visit Bald Rock National Park (where you can see Australia's Largest Exposed Granite Rock) or see the view from Mount McKenzie Lookout and see not only the town and its surrounds but into neighbouring Queensland as well.

Glen Innes  (1 day stay)
Stopping for a day a Glen Innes, make sure to sample the wonderful regional wines and fresh produce, perhaps while enjoying the Glen Innes Heritage Walk (around thirty Heritage listed buildings).  Glen Innes has a very strong Celtic heritage as shown by the Land of the Beardies History House (folk museum, early farm machinery, horse drawn vehicles, photo and artefacts) and the Australian Standing Stones (the official national monument to Australia's Celtic pioneers with food and gifts at the Crofters House).   Local Aboriginal culture is not without representation however with the Cooramah Aboriginal Cultural Centre (arts, crafts and bush tucker). 

Of interesting historical note is the Convict Carve Tunnel, and the mining heritage and rich mineral seems of the region can be discovered first had at Glen Innes Sapphire Centre (where you can view gemstone processing or purchasing of sapphires) or at Wellingrove Fossicking Reserve (find treasure amongst the sapphire-bearing gravel).  The regions flora and fauna are on show within the Washpool National parks rainforests and you can see impressive Granite Tors at the Gibraltar Range National Park.  Watersports (swimming, rapids) can be enjoyed at Mann River Nature Reserve while in the middle of town the Glen Innes Parklands makes for a beautiful picnic area with its picturesque ponds and playground equipment for children to enjoy.

Glen Innes - Tamworth (3.75 hrs travel)
Leaving Glen Innes and heading to Tamworth, Armidale makes a lovely stop.  You can either enjoy a Heritage Walk or Heritage Drive, visit the New England Regional Art Museum (containing over 1200 works and including many Australian works from the early days of settlement), the Armidale Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Keeping Place (where Aboriginal arts and crafts are for sale, and there are regular exhibitions of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal artists) and the Armidale Railway Museum (showcasing the history of Great North Railway and the people who built it).  Natural splendour accessible around Armidale includes the Cathedral Rock National Park (bushwalking, 360 degree panoramic views from the top of the rock), and the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park (which holds the Wollomombi Falls, the second highest vertical Drop in Australia, among other waterfalls, as well as an expanse of "Dry" Rainforest).  Also in the nearby areas are a number of wineries and excellent trout fishing in the local creeks and rivers.

At Uralla you can find bushranger Captain Thunderbolt's Grave clearly marked amongst the pioneers graves in Old Uralla Cemetery.  A plaque to Constable Walker, the man who killed Thunderbolt, and a statue of the legendary bushranger can be found in the town.  Other history can be observed on the Uralla Heritage Walk, at the McCrossin's Mill Museum (local history) and at Hassetts Military Museum (vehicles and wartime memorabilia). Aboriginal heritage can be encountered on the Mount Yarrowyck Aboriginal Cultural Walk which takes you to see Aboriginal Rock Art.  Aside from excellent views from Mount Mutton Lookout there is also another opportunity to fossick, this time for Gold at the Uralla Fossicking Area.

Tamworth (2 days stay)
Tamworth, the Country Music Capital of Australia, not surprisingly has a wide range of country music historical and cultural attractions.  Beginning with the Hands of Fame park and Cornerstone (the cornerstone recording in concrete  the hand prints of some 200 country music artists), the Walk a Country Mile Interpretive Centre (covering country music history), the Gallery of Stars Wax Museum (which also has the 12m high Golden Guitar in front), the Australian Country Music Roll of Renown (plaques dedicated to the pioneers of Country Music in Australia) and the Australian Country Music Foundation Museum.

The other areas of Tamworth's history and heritage can be explored by walking the Heritage Trail, exploring the Powerstation Museum (first steam powered electricity generating museum in Australia and celebrates Tamworth having had first electric street lights in Australia in 1888), viewing the Oxley Anchor (the original anchor from Surveyor-General John Oxley's ship as a memorial to where he crossed the Peel River on his expedition to the coast) or by sharing a picnic in the tranquil surroundings of Anzac Park with its memorial and gardens. Also relevant are Bicentennial Park with the history of Tamworth recorded in granite (picnics and pleasant walkways) and the Calala Cottage Historical Complex which has over 200 significant items on display.  Motoring history comes alive at the Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum where motorbikes from the 50s to the 80s (including some current limited editions) are on show.

Other attractions in Tamworth include the Oxley Scenic Lookout which provides marvellous views of the city, the natural surrounds of the Kamilaroi Walking Track, the beauty of the Tamworth Regional Botanic Gardens, the fascinating art of the Tamworth City Gallery (one of the oldest regional galleries in NSW) and finally the wildlife at the Endeavour Drive and Oxley Marsupial Park (a sanctuary for Kangaroos, among other animals).
At nearby Gunnedah the Large Koala population allows you to go koala spotting around town as you do the Lions Town Tour (self drive depicting the many points of interest).  Reasonably close contact with the local wildlife is on offer at Waterways Wildlife Park, while those looking for a little more exercise might like to try the Bindea Walking Track (in a big 22k or various shorter loops) may hold attraction as it takes you past a myriad of interesting sights.  For a better feel for the towns culture and history stop by the Gunnedah Rural Museum (farm machinery and firearms) and see the Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Wing (Author of the Poem "My Country") at the Visitors Centre. 

An important historical Aboriginal leader, Cumbo Gunnerah who was a great leader of Gun-e-darr people, is honoured by the Red Kangaroo Memorial which has inscriptions in both the local Aboriginal dialect and in English. Nearby Lake Keepit also makes a range of watersports possible including wind surfing, fishing and power boating to name a few.

Tamworth - Sydney (5.25 hrs travel)
Heading back to Sydney now, you'll pass through Scone where a pause in your Journey lets you see the Australian Stockhorse Museum (photos and memorabilia) and the Scone Historical Museum (war memorabilia and an interesting collection of early toys among other things) as well as allowing you to visit the Burning Mountain Nature Reserve.

The town of Muswellbrook is a great place to access a number of wineries and to sample local produce such as cheeses and olive oil.  You could also visit the Muswellbrook Regional Art Gallery or the Muswellbrook Vietnam Memorial Grove (519 trees planted in memory of the Australians killed in Vietnam). Finally relax at either Lake Riddel Recreational Area where you can enjoy picnicking with the wildlife, Fish at Lake Glenbawn for Murray cod and giant perch or enjoy a round of golf at the Muswellbrook Golf Club.

Singleton is the last major stop before reaching Sydney which will take approximately 2.5 hours so a break in the drive is definitely recommended.  Here you can refresh yourself before the last section of driving by perhaps doing the heritage Walk, briefly visit the impressive Wollemi National Park (where the Pre-historic Wollemi Pine was found) or marvel at the ancient Aboriginal cave paintings (Bulgar Creek).  There is also the Singelton sundial at Rose Point Park (at 30 tons, among the worlds largest) which will certainly impress, the Singelton Historical Museum (where a sense of the towns history can be gained) and the Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum (items dating from 1885 to present including memorabilia, weapons, uniforms, exhibitions) to consider before taking the last leg to complete your New South Wales North Coast tour.

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