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Published: March 14th 2010
We stopped here for morning tea
Steve and I drove to Gloucester today, stopping at Wards River on the way.
Gloucester is located on the northern boundary of the Hunter region in the foothills of the Barrington Tops World Heritage Area; forming part of the hinterland of the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. A rural community with spectacular scenery encompasing pristine rivers flowing around the Bucketts Range of mountains.
* Famous for gold deposits and the bushranger "Captain Thunderbolt"
* 271 km north-east of Sydney, population 2,600
After setting up camp, we went for an afternoon drive into the Barrington Tops National Park. We stopped at Devil's Hole Lookout and at Poleblue Camping Area.
It was very hot when we returned to the van so we went down to the river to cool off.
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