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.
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.
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.