Fun things to do in Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region. With only an hour of drive away from the New South Wales ...
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The ‘magnificent four’ waterfalls of the Blue Mountains

Travel 50 kilometres northwest of Sydney to reach the famous Blue Mountains. The national park is known for its magical ...
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Dolphin-watching in the waters of Port Stephens

Travel 200 kilometres northeast of Sydney to Port Stephens. It usually takes at least 3 hours of drive to reach ...
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Boozing with vodka, schnapps, and liqueurs in Hunter Valley

Being Australia’s oldest wine region, Hunter Valley is known for its wines and no one can contest this fact. The ...
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Scenic World and the ‘scenics’ of Katoomba

Katoomba is a quaint town at the heart of the Blue Mountains about 100 kilometres from Sydney. The tourism town ...
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The ranges and peaks of the Blue Mountains

Couple watching the sunset from the Three Sisters, Katoomba A rugged mountainous region of New South Wales comprising of canyons, ...
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Free scenic attractions on the Blue Mountains

Tourism is all about fun. But there are also places where you find yourself caught in a tourist trap. Everything ...
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Crossing the Great Dividing Range

Crossing some parts of the Great Dividing Range would be an interesting road trip. From the Hunter Region, Putty Road ...
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Hitting the summer beach in Mornington Peninsula

It’s summertime. Two lovers walk on a sandy beach adorned with colourful beach boxes built in the 1800s. Not far ...
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The iconic Three Sisters of the Blue Mountains

Under the azure sky stand the three pillars of stone, the Three Sisters is naturally formed by soil erosion throughout ...
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