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Tall Timbers Motel - 167 Dowling St Dungog NSW 2420

Convenient Location

Dungog CBD 1 min walk
Dungog Train Station 2 min walk
RSL Club 5 min walk
Swimming Pool 5 mins walk
Bowling Club 6 min walk
Golf Club 7 min drive

 

Towns Nearby

Barrington Tops 20 min
Chichester Dam 20 min
Clarence Town 20 min
Paterson 20 min
Stroud 20 min
Hunter Valley Vineyards 1.5 hr

 

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167 Dowling St
Dungog NSW 2420 [map]

 

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Phone: (02) 4992 1547

 

Great Reasons
To Stay With Us

Free WiFi Internet at Tall Timbers Motel Free WiFi Internet
Tall Timbers Motel is centrally located Centrally Located
All rooms are non-smoking at Tall Timbers Motel All rooms are non-smoking
All rooms are air-conditioned at Tall Timbers Motel All rooms are air-conditioned
Under carpet heating at Tall Timbers Motel Under carpet heating
Off street Parking at Tall Timbers Motel Off street Parking
Room Service Breakfast at Tall Timbers Motel Room Service Breakfast
Flat Screen TV at Tall Timbers Motel Flat Screen TV
Guest Laundry at Tall Timbers Motel Guest Laundry
Family Room at Tall Timbers Motel Family Room
Tall Timbers Motel is only 5 minutes to Dungog Hospital 5 minutes to Dungog Hospital
Tall Timbers Motel is located in the Hunter Valley Located in the Hunter Valley
Short picturesque drives to Chichester Dam, Barrington Tops National Park, Chichester State Forest Short picturesque drives to Chichester Dam, Barrington Tops National Park, Chichester State Forest

 

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Chichester Dam

Address:
Chichester Dam Rd,
Dungog NSW 2420

Opening Times:
8am - 5pm

Web:
www.hunterwater.com.au

Chichester Dam

Chichester Dam was constructed between 1917 and 1926 located at the top of the Williams River catchment. You will find picnic areas with wooden barbecues and an area for children to play. 

Chichester Dam was constructed as the Hunter’s first dedicated drinking water storage system. Chichester Dam is one of the Hunter’s most important freshwater storage facilities contributing about 35 per cent of the Lower Hunter’s portable water supply. 

Located at the top of the Williams River catchment the dam replaced the Walka Water Works at Maitland, which was unable to meet the water demands of a growing industrial region. The catchment for Chichester Dam is largely within the Barrington Tops National Park, which is a declared wilderness area. As a result it is one of the most pristine catchments in Australia with large areas unaffected by human activity.

Chichester State Forest

Address:
95 Castle Hill Rd,
West Pennant Hills NSW 2125

Web:
www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/forests/locations/chichester-telegherry

Chichester State Forest

Picturesque Chichester State Forest is located in the Lower Barrington Tops and offers free picnic and camping grounds, the majority located near creeks/rivers.

Telegherry, Frying Pan, Currawong and Coachwood camping areas are located in the lush south-eastern side of the forest, best accessed from Dungog. White Rock, Old Camp and Pademelon Park are camping areas on the south-western side of the forest, best accessed from Gresford. Allyn River Forest Park, also in this area, is a great place for a picnic whilst the famous Ladies Well swimming hole is within a short distance of camping areas.

Temperatures vary considerably between the foothills (170 metres) and the Barrington Plateau (1,577 metres). Night temperatures regularly drop below zero from June to November. Campers are advised to pack cold/wet weather gear, and take their own fresh drinking water. Dogs are permitted on leads, as is bushwalking, swimming, trail-bike and four-wheel driving.

Dungog James Theatre

Address:
6 Brown St,
Dungog NSW 2420

Tel:
(02) 4992 2294

Web:
http://www.jamestheatre.com.au

Dungog James Theatre

The James Theatre was the social hub of Dungog, not only for its film screenings, but its balls and dances, catered for by the Wattle Club ladies. The original kitchen, still in the building today, shows just what a challenge it would have been for those hard working ladies, who served supper to accommodate the large numbers of patrons.

The Theatre fell on hard times and fell into disrepair until it was purchased by the Dungog Shire Council in 1979 to provide a large function centre for the community.

Cinema screenings were continued during the 1980s and 90s and until 2007 by a dedicated Ken Reeve, in spite of the increasing challenges posed by television and videos.Since then the community has worked to keep the Theatre building operational for films, live performances and functions. Please visit the web site for more information.

Dungog Historical Museum

Address:
105 Dowling St,
Dungog NSW 2420

Tel: 
(02) 4992 2094

Opening Times:
10am - 1pm Wednesday
10am - 3pm Saturday
Other times by appointment.

Dungog Historical Museum

The Society was formed in 1963 and since 1968 has operated a museum in the former School of Arts building, which is heritage-listed. The purpose of the Museum is the collecting, preserving and interpreting of local heritage for everyone.  The Society aims to promote local history, including family history and the Museum collection, to the local community and the general public.

There is assistance with research inquires or by correspondence, the collection reflects the area's rural history, including dairying and the timber industry, and local manufacturing including items from Wade's Cornflour Mill Dungog.

Domestic items include household items and a photographic collection. Items that grandmother used for the daily running of the house, Dentist equipment for pulling teeth and medical items. Known Dungog Citizens stories and history. Carts and buggies that were pulled by horses plus shop items. There are guided tours of the museum, please ring.

Tocal Homestead

Address:
Tocal Road,
Paterson NSW 2421

Tel:
(02) 4939 8901

Email:
info@tocal.com

Opening Times:
Open Saturday and Sunday March to November 10am - 3pm.
Public Holidays March to November between 10am and 3pm.
Group visits can be booked for any day of the year

Web:
www.tocal.com

Tocal Homestead

Tocal Homestead is an important rural heritage site because much of the site, including barns, stables and the original residence built in 1822, remains intact.  The Homestead (built in 1841) is set on a 2200ha property encompassing natural wetlands, dry sclerophyll forests and rainforest remnants.

The Homestead is presented in the context of original outbuildings and sheds that contribute to the fascinating story of Tocal. 

Farm tours provide an opportunity to experience the beautiful 2200 hectare property. The tour includes the beef, horse, dairy and sheep enterprises as well as the natural features of the historic landscape.

Tocal is a working farm so visitors are able to view the seasonal activities of the farm operations. A two hour guided tour of the Homestead can be tailored to the interests of your group and will take in the highlights of the heritage site.

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