Discussion in 'Australia' started by Janice56, Aug 15, 2014.
blue mountains, the Mudgee, hunter valley and Port Stephens.
The Grand Pacific Drive is a fantastic stretch of road which I recommend. It covers the coastal side of south of Sydney and starts in the Royal National Park winding south to Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama. Along the way you pass over the amazing Sea Cliff Bridge, which curves around the cliff face...a memorable experience!
The Rainforest Way drive is awesome too as youâ€™ll see some amazing sights along the way such as the spike of Mt Warning, Minyon Falls in Nightcap National Park and Nimbin village (Australiaâ€™s counter-culture capital). You can start this drive from Murwilllumbah, Lismore, Casino or Kyogle but be sure you stop by the Murwillumbah World Heritage Rainforest Centre to check out the exhibits.
You can search everything on google.
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