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    Locations and P.O.I - NSW

    After reading Laz's thread about Morrisett , it made me wanna go back there. I then started thinking what other cool places are out the and little known to us all.

    If anyone wants to add to this feel free

    Obviously the assylum - http://www.ausphotography.net.au/for...630#post976630

    Another place i found interesting was the Aberdare South Colliery - http://hosting.collectionsaustralia....reta/abds.html

    I done a little research on this place prior and actually found the sealed up mine shafts.


    The Glebe burrial ground. Only a few headstones and crypts but pretty old and full of emotion. - http://www.maitland.nsw.gov.au/Herit...meteries/Glebe



    Thats about all i have atm, keen to find some more though



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    Anyone care to add to this? i need some new places to explore
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    I want to go have a look at "The Drip" (a little way down the page)
    http://www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au/...national-parks

    Other areas are "The Lost City" near Lithgow, and "The Glow Worm Tunnel" in the same area. Especially worthwhile is to walk right through to the end of the tunnel to the spectacular grotto.
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    Like trains? Richmond Vale Rail Museum. Also Steamfest at the end of April.

    Fort Scratchley?

    If you want to go exploring you could maybe plan a drive up through some of the small villages in the Valley (e.g. Woodville, Paterson, Vacy, etc). I can't recall any specifics, but you would likely find old churches, bridges, pubs, etc.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezookiel View Post
    I want to go have a look at "The Drip" (a little way down the page)
    http://www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au/...national-parks
    Lived in Mudgee for a while now and never visited The Drip. have been to Hands On Rocks, which is very close. Happy to tag along with anyone that wants to head out there.(PM)
    BTW The Drip may have a limited life span due to ever encroaching coal mines and their effect on ground water.
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    Sorry double post for reasons I don't understand.
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