Category Archives: NSW – North Coast


NSW North Coast – Great Lakes to Forster

The Great lakes of NSW include Myall, Wallis and Smiths lakes. The Myall lakes system alone is triple the area of Sydney harbour. The lakes form a complex ecological system with wetlands, dunes, rainforest and […]

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People watching at Byron Bay

Byron bay is located in the far North of the NSW coast and has been on my must visit list for many years. Unfortunately I seem to have left it too long – the town […]

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NSW North Coast – Hawks Nest /Tea Gardens and National Park Drive

These two pleasant towns are only separated by a bridge across the mouth of the Myall river and are located on the junction of the river and the ocean. The larger towns of Port Stephens […]

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NSW North Coast – Bulahdelah

We left Graeme’s and headed North without any real itinerary. Went up the Putty Road which  had a few twists and turns but also stunning views of Woolemi National Park. Sorry, no photos as there was […]

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NSW North Coast – Inland to Stroud and Gloucester

There is a nice inland day trip including Stroud and Gloucester which is well worth it if you have the time. Going clockwise, we climbed the escarpment towards Booral – there were great views but […]

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