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Things to do locally

  • Bird & animal watch on 100 acres of Fosterton Retreat with the following walks- Bellbird, Lemon tree and Driveway to Dam walk,
  • Swim in the Williams River- the wooden-Fosterton Bridge has been replaced by a concrete one, and is easily accessable. 
  • Balance some rocks and make a Rock tower. 
  • Walk a labyrinth or all 4 at our place- Fosterton Retreat.
Pirate Max says: "Look at all the free things to do locally...."
  • Sit under the stars by the light of a fire in your fire pit,
  • Bring your bikes & cycle the Fosterton Loop or at the Dungog Common,
  • Visit Chichester Dam or Chichester State Forest
  • Swim in the Allyn River, enjoy Ladies Well.
  • Walk to the Die Happy Creek.
  • Visit the historic town of Dungog
  • Explore the Barrington Tops National Park, only 35 minutes to the Jerusalem Creek falls, 45 to Blue Gum loop.
  • See artwork in Dungog by Design - an artisan collective with their own gallery/shop in town. (Bronny sells her artwork here & has also done some murals in the area, at the pool and local school).

Other fun things to do.....

  • Buy bread from the famous biodynamic Fosterton Farm bakery on the main st Saturdays.
  • Eat at one of the cafes in town or throughout the shire,
  • Visit the James Theatre in Dungog- the oldest purpose-built cinema still operating in Australia!
  • Unless covid intervenes, enjoy any of the local Dungog festivals: Sculpture on the Farm, Tea Cosy festival, or the Dungog Festival, October long weekend
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