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Australian Regional Food Store and Cafe
Pokolbin
This produce caf
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce;
Ballabourneen Wine Co
Lovedale
Like most young winemakers worth their salt, Dan Binet craved the opportunity to make his very own wines. Blessed with good training, a great mentor, and 'buckets' of ambition, that dream is now a reality in Ballabourneen Wine Co.
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Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre
Gloucester
The Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre (BOAC) offers a wide range of half, full and multi-day tours in the Barrington Tops wilderness area. The exciting experiences include white water kayaking, canoeing and downhill mountain biking adventures that are easy for anyone to do. They provide a high quality outdoor experience with a friendly, personal and flexible service.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Barrington Tops National Park
Gloucester
Carved out of an ancient volcano, the Barrington Tops National Park rises from near sea level to over 1500 metres. In the lower valleys, you will find World Heritage-listed subtropical rainforests. Up on the plateau, there is subalpine woodland which regularly sees snow in winter. Six rivers rush through the forests of this mountainous park.
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Barrington Tops State Forest
Gloucester
Located halfway between Gloucester and Scone is Barrongton Tops State Forest. Within the forest, on the banks of the Manning River in cool highland forest,is a stunning camping and picnic area popular with 4WD enthusiasts and freshwater fisherman. Cobark Lookout is on the eastern edge of Barrington Tops State Forest, and provides beautiful views looking south.
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Bimbadgen Winery
Pokolbin
Located high on a hill in the heart of Hunter Valley Wine Country, Bimbadgen is a striking winery and vineyard encompassing an expansive Cellar Door, award-winning Esca Bimbadgen Restaurant, Cafe, outdoor amphitheatre, modern tasting rooms and accommodation all in the one stunning location.
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Blackbutt Reserve
New Lambton
Blackbutt Reserve occupies approximately 182 hectares of land six kilometres from Newcastle city centre. It offers visitors many opportunities to link recreational activities and environmental education with conservation and research programs.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Blacksmiths Beach
Blacksmiths
Blacksmiths Beach is a patrolled beach at the southern end of a nine-mile stretch of coastline. It is popular with families, as it is known as being safe for swimming. The breakwall, which acts as the border between the beach and the Swansea Channel is also popular with walkers, cyclists and fishermen. Blacksmiths Beach is also home to Swansea/Belmont Surf Lifesaving Club.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Bluetongue Brewery Cafe at Hunter Valley Resort
Pokolbin
The Brewery Cafe opened in January 2004 and offers six boutique beers. All that separates you from the brewery is a glass wall behind the contemporary bar where guests enjoy the relaxed atmosphere including a pool table. Included in the line-up is a full flavoured premium lager, a traditional pilsner, a premium light, a premium black ale and a truly unique alcoholic ginger beer.
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Categories: Classes, Lessons and Workshops; Dining and Eating Out; Entertainment; Farming, Food and Produce; Galleries, Museums and Collections; Shopping; Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries;
Bogey Hole
Newcastle
Take a dip in the Bogey Hole, which was cut into ocean rocks by convict labour in 1819. You will realise the convicts amazing achievement when you see the waves crashing into the pool.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions;

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