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What's your favourite Australian country town?

by Carolyn Hopping (follow)
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I'm a country girl at heart and love nothing more than to escape the city regularly and get out into nature. All around Australia there are many gorgeous country towns, some quite large and others just tiny hamlets.

What's your favourite Australian country town? Where is it, and what makes it so attractive to you? Do you live there, or have you visited there on your travels?

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I love ' Berry '- N.S.W.

It has some wonderful tea rooms and
also great little gift shops ect.You can spend a whole day there.

what happened to my little pic :( sad
by jonaja
It's too hard to pick just one. I like Berry too but there are many in Queensland that I really like. Pomona, Dayboro, Mt Mee
I love Penola in South Australia. It's absolutely divine.

I also live near Red Hill in Victoria. And it's a really popular, stunning place to go if you haven't already.
I have loads of favourites but a couple that I especially love are Dungog and Gloucester, two little towns in the foothills of the Barrington Tops, about an hour or two from Newcastle. They're off the main highways, which stops them getting too commercialised, and they still have all the charm of days gone by.

Other favourites are Denman (NSW), Cooktown in northern Qld and Balingup in WA.
I think mine is perhaps Margaret River in WA.

I love to eat and the food here is so good.

There are other great places in Australia that are similar however I guess I know this area better than all the others -also love the Blue Mountains and areas around there.

Margaret river seems to have everything -markets, great shops, quirky shops, fabulous food, wineries and beaches, as well as walks in the bush.
by Finy
I loved Hay. We visited it last year and I felt so at home there. A wonderful little town full of history. The housig was very reasonably priced too. The only trouble is that it is a little remote.
Just way too many from which to choose!

BUT I do love Katoomba!
So many beautiful natural attractions there, & nearby.

Could possibly live there, but I don't like the cold!

Have been there on my travels, with School Trips.
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