Entrance Town

One of the most progressive places in New South Wales, 17 kms by road from Wyong. Good fishing Tuggerah Lake.

Fitzroy Falls | Fitzroy Falls

Named after Governor Sir Chas. Fitzroy, and one of the finest scenes in the State. The approach to the Falls is through Kangaroo Valley.

Gerringong Town | Gerringong

This South Coast town is popular with tourists and there are many features for a splendid holiday. Ourie Park has a good camping ground and another is at Seven Mile Beach, two kms from Gerringong.

Glasgow Arms Hotel | Ultimo

Glasgow Arms Hotel is an award-winning hotel. Refurbished rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Short stroll to Star City, Darling Harbour and Entertainment Centre.

Imbil Town | Imbil

Imbil is the largest town in the lower Mary Valley, in Queensland. Like most country towns, it has a warm community with many active groups, and that, combined with its picturesque main street perched on the banks of Yabba Creek, is one of its main attractions. There is an annual country show, local Sunday markets starting at 9.00am and the Friday night youth group, as well as various events...

Jerilderie Town | Jerilderie

In the Riverina district of wool and wheat. The town gained much publicity when the famous Kelly Gang lay siege to it, robbing the bank and terrorising the district.

Jervis Bay Town | Jervis Bay

A portion of Jervis Bay bay was acquired in 1915 by the Commonwealth from the State of New South Wales for use as a port for the Australian Capital, Canberra. It was for a while the site of the Royal Australian Naval College. In 1930 the College was removed to the Flinders Naval Base. Some of the buildings have been converted into guest-houses, and there are two hotels there. The resort is practic...

Kalgoorlie - Boulder City | Kalgoorlie

Kalgoorlie, a city in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, is located 595 kms east-north-east of the state captial Perth. The city was founded in 1893 during the Yilgarn-Goldfields gold rush, and is located close to the so-called "Golden Mile". Known as Kalgoorlie-Boulder, the city fringes the site of a huge gold mine. Kalgoorlie has had a huge impact on Australia’s history. ...

Kangaroo Valley Town | Kangaroo Valley

From Moss Vale via Fitzroy Falls, the town is set picturesquely on the river near the stone suspension bridge. Nowra is only fourteen kms distant via the inspiring Cambewarra Mountain. Kangaroo Valley is a favourite holiday and camping area, hemmed in between the Illawarra Range and the tablelands near Moss Vale by steep hills. Near the headwaters of the Kangaroo River and its tributaries is some...

Katherine Town | Katherine

Katherine is one of the largest towns in the Northern Territory. Located 320km south of the Darwin, the Town rests on the banks of the Katherine River. The Katherine Town Council is an established residential township with a commercial area and rural areas on the outskirts of the town. The original inhabitants of the town were the Jawoyn and Dagomen Aboriginal people. European settlement of the a...

Katoomba and Leura Towns | Katoomba

These two towns are very well placed for those who wish to enjoy the beauty of the Blue Mountains and to see the most popular scenic attractions. The climate is invigorating and there is good road and rail communication with Sydney, 68 kms away. These advantages have combined to make this a large tourist centre in Australia. Although there is plenty of accommodation, it is nevertheless necessary t...

Kiama Town | Kiama

Kiama is in a beautiful setting, near a rugged headland of chocolate-coloured rock, half-hidden among Norfolk Island pines, and in the shelter of steep green hills which descend from the Saddle-back Range. The principal attraction is the "Blowhole", situated on the southern side of the harbour. The water enters a cavern in the base of the cliff face, and when there are high seas, spray is thrown h...

Kuring-Gai Chase Natiional Park | Mount Kuring-Gai

Kuring-Gai Chase Natiional Park is situated on the magnificent Hawkesbury River. The Reserve is approximately 35,000 acres in extent and covers some of the most beautiful country in the State. The scenery combines mountain ranges, pleasant bays and inlets with bushland park and hand-carved sphinxes at the entrance, reached from Eastern Road, Turramurra.

Lake Macquarie | Lake Macquarie

A little to the north of the Hawkesbury district is a series of lagoons, salt-water leakes, and surfing beaches, admirably suited for holiday-making. Prominent among them are the Tuggerah Lakes, on the shores of which are situated several tourist townships. Near the outlet of the lagoon is The Entrance, with guest-house and hotel accommodation, where there are good fishing, surfing, boating, and ...

Lawson Town | Lawson

Lawson is a progressive Blue Mountain town. Amongst the numerous beauty spots worth a visit are Echo Point, Fairy Falls, Dantes Glen. The swimming facilities are good. The camping ground is situated at 'Wilson Park,' North Lawson, near the Olympic Swimming Pool.

Lismore City | Lismore

Lismore is the largest and most important city in this part of the State. It stands on the northern arm of the Richmond River, and is the centre of trade for the rich dairying districts surrounding it. For many years after its discovery by timber-getters in 1843, the district was covered with cedar forests and almost impenetrable jungle growth. Few traces of this remain, but those patches which ha...

Lithgow Town | Lithgow

Situated 156 kms from Sydney and is a prosperous coal mining town with modern facilities. The trip from Sydney over the Blue Mountains is full of delight. Arrangements to visit the Small Arms factory can be arranged. A worthwhile visit to Hassan's Walls can be made where local legend has fixed its association with "the old man of the mountains." Camping grounds are near the town on the Hassan's Wa...

MacLean Town | Maclean

MacLean is a Pacific Highway town on the banks of the Clarence River. The town is progressive and the centre of a dairying and sugar district. The scenery surrounding the town is very fine and many trips of scenic interest can be arranged.

Manilla Town

On the Namoi River and the centre of wheat and wool district. Mining is also an important industry. There are many facilities for outdoor sport including golf, tennis, fishing and bowls. The scenic attractions are of interest, combining mountain height and river flat.

Manly Beach, Sydney | Manly

When Captain Arthur Phillip made a preliminary survey of Port Jackson in 1788, he visited a beach on the north shore of the harbour. So impressed was he with the manly bearing of the natives that he named the spot Manly Cove. To-day Manly, with the advantage of both a harbour front and an ocean beach, is one of Sydney's leading pleasure resorts. Ferry steamers make regular half-hourly trips fro...