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Tenterfield & Glen Innes Attractions | Tenterfield

Bald rock! A massive igneous rock similar to granite but with a different mineral content is the central natural feature of Bald Rock National Park and the Tenterfield Glen Innes region. The rock rises 200 metres above a tall eucalypt forest well watered from runoff streams. The rock is about 750 metres long and 500 metres wide and is the largest granite monolith in Australia. A three-hour return...

Bourke & Cobar Attractions | Bourke

Darling River is the central feature of Bourke Cobar region. The Darling is the longest river in Australia draining a vast area of New South Wales and Queensland. The Darling flows for about 2,700 kilometres from its source near Stanthorpe, south-west through New South Wales all the way to Wentworth on the Victorian border. Here the Darling joins the mighty Murray on its route to the sea at Lake A...

Byron Bay Attractions | Byron Bay

Magnificent Byron Bay and its beautiful beachs are the central features of this region. Before the arrival of Europeans, the clearing behind Byron Bay Surf Lifesaving Club was a place of tribal significance to the Aboriginal people, known as Cavanbah or meeting place. Today Byron is a meeting place for backpackers, scuba divers, surfing enthusiasts as well as the rich and famous all drawn by the i...

Trainworks | Thirlmere

Trainworks is located in Thirlmere, just over an hour from Sydney. It is the home of Australia's newest and biggest rail experience. Trainworks is a comprehensive showcase of New South Wales’ rail heritage featuring the largest collection of rolling stock in Australia, with interactive exhibits and displays of artefacts and memorabilia