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Driving Australia's New South Wales

© Scott Riley Driving Australia’s New South Wales

Photo: Scott Riley

Take an unexpected ride through New South Wales. Drive from Sydney to Mollymook to Huskisson and back over a leisurely and wine-filled three days.

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Inspired by: Driving Australia's New South Wales — by Bruce Schoenfeld, Published Oct. 2008

Hotels (2)

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    Bannisters Point Lodge

    The hotel is propped on a Pacific Coast headland, in a town that attracts both surfers and migrating whales. During the past four years the propert

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    Paperbark Camp

    Guests can hire an indigenous guide to take them on a traditional search for pipi, the local mussels, which tend to be found on pristine stretches

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Restaurants (5)

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    Berry Sourdough Bakery & Café

    The menu is small but ambitious—saltimbocca, duck rillettes, complicated pizzas. Order the bouillabaisse, Marseilles-style, with mussels, scallops,

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    Fresh at the Bay

    Come for the bacon served with a harbor view.

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    North St. Café & Bar

    This tiny establishment of a few metal tables serves up squid salad with dried cherries, followed by pan-fried John Dory and vanilla-bean panna cot

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    Pearly Oyster Bar & Farm

    Every year, the Clyde River estuary supplies nearly 12 million Sydney Rock and Native Flat oysters to restaurants across Australia. Here, the farm

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    Icebergs Dining Room & Bar

    If this Bondi Beach restaurant had a motto, it might be “by the sea and of the sea.” Opened in 2002, it's located by the sea, specifically atop the

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Activities (4)

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    Coolangatta Estate

    Located on the site of the first European settlement on New South Wales’ coast, this former convict village now supports the largest and only five-

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    Fo Guang Shan Nan Tien Temple

    The temple belongs to the Taiwanese Fo Guang Shan sect. Said to be the Southern Hemisphere’s largest Buddhist shrine, it’s billed as an internation

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    Kangaroo Valley Fudge House & Ice Creamery

    Mick and Paula Woodney purchased the Kangaroo Valley Fudge House and Ice Creamery in 2011 with the goal of returning the old-timey candy shop to it

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    Murramarang National Park

    This 29,000-acre national park on Australia’s southeast coast has Spotted Gum and Eucalyptus forests, lake, 27 miles of undeveloped coastline, and

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