THINGS TO DO & SEE

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Hill End Historic Site

A unique collection of buildings, relics and sites from the 1872 gold rush. Photo: B.Hlavica

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The Bogey Hole

Convict-built ocean baths hewn out of a rock face for the personal use of Major James Morisset in 1819. Photo: Newcastle Tourism

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Willandra Homestead

The homestead, cottage and men’s quarters are instilled with the history of NSW’s wool industry. Photo: B.Hlavica

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Hay Gaol

This prison from the 1880s was also a place of internment of Japanese prisoners of war during World War II. Photo: M.McClelland

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St Thomas Anglican Church

This historic Anglican church was built by convict labour between 1824 and 1827 when Port Macquarie was a penal settlement. Photo:T.Sullivan

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Braidwood

A historic town dating from 1839, with local art galleries, historical buildings, museum and surrounded by state forests. Photo: R.Conroy

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HMAS Parramatta shipwreck and memorials

Shipwreck site of the World War One warship HMAS Parramatta. Photo: T.Smith

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The Entrance Ocean Pools

Dating from 1938, what was a simplerock pool has grown into an Olympic-size swimming pool. Photo: S.Watters

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Brewarrina Aboriginal Fish Traps/Baiame's Ngunnhu

These Aboriginal fish traps are the largest and oldest known in Australia. Photo: B.Hanna

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Saumarez Homestead

A rural property from the 1830s once owned by the White family, it can also be hired for functions. Photo: Destination NSW

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Ottery Mine

This abandoned mine was one of the oldest arsenic mines in Australia. Photo: D.Barnes

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Collingwood

Once known as Bunker’s Farm, this is a rare surviving example of a Governor Macquarie era residence. Photo: S.Watters

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