For a change of scenery, visit this remote camping spot high on the plateau of Barrington Tops National Park; it provides fresh mountain air and refreshing landscape to match. Load up the 4WD with your mountain bikes and head to rustic Horse Swamp campground - a remote natural getaway, between Scone and Gloucester. Set up camp among the rippled ... Visit website for more info...
Moonan Brook Forestry Cottage and its large fenced paddock, was the Moonan Brook school during the Denison gold rush era.
Today this historic cottage offers family and club groups a chance to step back in time and reunite with each other. A real 'get away from it all' break. No television, video, air-conditioning, supermarket and scant mobile coverage.
A great place to explore the Barrington Tops, go fishing, bird watching, and hiking. Children can camp and play in the large paddock safely whilst the adults enjoy each others company.
Victoria Hotel is a traditional Australian hotel pub at the bottom of Barrington Tops. The Hotel was established in 1849 and it is frequently occupied by locals from the village and traveller's heading over to Barrington Tops and Gloucester. It is also a popular accommodation for bikers during weekends. Guests will feel right at home in the friendly atmosphere and relaxing environment.
There are options to suit singles, couples and families. All rooms include a ceiling fan, bar fridge, bed-side table, wardrobe, tea and coffee-making facilities, linen and towels, toiletries, iron/ironing board, free Wifi and shared bathroom access. There is laundry available for guests to use. Housekeeping is limited. All guests receive a complimentary continental breakfast including cereal, bread, jam, milk and butter. They also offer an additional option for a full Australian cooked breakfast with juice and a hot drink for an extra fee.
Facilities on offer at Victoria Hotel include an outdoor swimming pool, bar, cafe/restaurant, barbecue area, beer garden, children's playground, games room and pool table. Guests can also stroll across the swinging bridge and get a glimpse of some Platypus in the Hunter river that backs onto the Pub....