Great Country Drives

You’ll enjoy some spectacular scenery together with historic places and significant landmarks around Dungog. Take a day or two to enjoy a warm welcome in this unique part of the world.

Upper Allyn

The Upper Allyn presents a rare opportunity to experience a diversity of natural environments and wildlife. The Allyn River country was home to the Gringai people for thousands of years.

Caravanning & Camping

With breath-taking National Parks and State Forests, including the World Heritage listed Barrington Tops, the Dungog Region is a camping wonderland.

Dungog Common

Breathe in some fresh air and explore the Dungog Common which consists of approximately 600 acres (260 ha) of land on the edge of Dungog.

Blue Gum Loop & Rocky Crossing Walk

These areas are a photographer’s paradise.