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Main Creek: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Cooreei Bridge over Williams River


The Cooreei Bridge over the Williams River at Dungog is listed under the NSW Heritage Act.

Built in 1906, the Cooreei Bridge is an example of the Dare design. According to the pamphlet "Historic Bridges of the Hunter Valley" Harvey Dare re-worked Allan's design (e.g. the bridge over the Paterson River at Vacy) to produce a composite truss without pins. The result stronger and maintenance was easier.

The bridge is listed under ... transport activities associated with the moving of people and goods from one place to another, and systems for the provision of such movements.

Photos courtesy Ivan Skaines.




Corner Brown and Dowling Streets
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 8.3K from Main Creek

Dungog Country Antiques


You will find Dungog Country Antiques housed in a heritage listed building in Dungog.

Dungog Country Antiques showcases an eclectic collection of antiques and vintage items from fine art to bric a brac. Looking for an impressive collection including furniture, metal ware, silver, glass, bottles, tools and memorabilia? You will find it all at Dungog Country Antiques.




254 Dowling Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 8.9K from Main Creek

Chic and Antique


Chic and Antique is full of upcycled vintage and some antique furniture, and an eclectic range of vintage wares ....antique day bed, rocking chair, chairs that don't rock, beautiful Vintage Bear, candelabras, vintage wooden toolbox, mirrors, some beautiful old wicker Baskets and some fabulous old bits of fancy iron work.




211 Dowling Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.0K from Main Creek

Dungog James Theatre


The James Theatre was once the social hub of Dungog, not only for its film screenings, but its balls and dances, catered for by the Wattle Club ladies.

The Theatre fell on hard times and fell into disrepair until it was purchased by the Dungog Shire Council in 1979 to provide a large function centre for the community. Cinema screenings were continued during the 1980s and 90s and until 2007 by a dedicated Ken Reeve, in spite of the increasing challenges posed by television and videos. Since then the community has worked to keep the Theatre building operational for films, live performances and functions.

The James Theatre is available for hire for film, music or dramatic events as well as weddings, parties, dances, educational uses and meetings. Events happening throughout the year.





6 Brown Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.1K from Main Creek

Main Creek: Events

Fox Rollercoaster Superflow Series Round Six


A brand-new venue for the Fox Rollercoaster Superflow final series event is waiting for its racers at Dungog.

A fun course that will challenge endurance and technical skills of the riders. You ride to the top of the race tracks un-timed - there is no start-order and the riders get to pick the sequence of race tracks themselves. Ride with your team mates, kids and partners all day long.

Why Superflow - because this event combines "super flowy" trails with a rollercoaster of riding and racing up and down some fun tracks.

Rider can register online ahead of the event, spectator entry is free.


Event Dates
2017
      1st Oct


Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 7.2K from Main Creek

Annual Dungog Rumble


The 5th Annual Dungog Rumble is a family day out. Come and view the Hot Rods, Custom Classics, Restored Vehicles and Motorcycles. There will be a free sausage sizzle for all. Live music, raffles, giveaways and a great car show.


Event Dates
2017
      22nd Oct


270 Dowling Street,
Bank Hotel
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 8.8K from Main Creek

Dungog Local Growers Stall


The Local Growers Stall brings you fresh produce grown by local farmers, market gardeners and back yard growers.

Every week you will find different, super-fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, cut flowers, honey, eggs, and seedlings. Much of the produce is fully organic or chemical free. Bring your own shopping bags to the market.

Supporting the community and encouraging local food production.

Markets are held each Saturday throughout the year except January.



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205 Dowling Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.0K from Main Creek

AGOG


A Feast of Foreign Films is presented and organised by the Friends of the James Theatre. The aim is to bring to the local community and further afield as many quality foreign or short films as they can.


Event Dates
2017
      1st Sep
      2nd Sep


6 Brown Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.1K from Main Creek

Down Memory Lane


Down Memory Lane is a rare chance to enjoy classic Hollywood fare on the big screen: The Thrill of it All (1963).

Subscriptions are available, or buy your ticket at the door. Tickets include a classic movie preceded by live music for half an hour. Morning tea available for purchase.

Presented by Friends of James Theatre Inc.


Event Dates
2017
      3rd Sep


6 Brown Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.1K from Main Creek

Wallarobba to Dungog Walk


The Wallarobba to Dungog Walk starts at Wallarobba Railway Station southwest of Dungog (22 kilometres, hard). Meet at Dungog Railway Station, Brown Street, Dungog.

The aim of Dungog Dawdlers Walking for Pleasure is to provide a safe, friendly and healthy walking group for locals and visitors to the area. They have walks each month in varying locations, and with varying distances.

Participants should wear loose comfortable clothing and flat well cushioned shoes, wear a hat in hot weather and use a sunblock on exposed skin. Bring along a snack and drink in a lightweight back pack.

Each walk is graded as very easy (suitable for wheelchairs); easy (relatively gentle grades and good surfaces which are suitable for most people); medium (includes rough or steep sections some of which may require clambering over natural obstacles); and hard (strenuous walks involving steep ascents or descents over rougher terrain which are suited to fit and experienced walkers).


Event Dates
2017
      26th Oct


198 Dowling Street
Dungog, NSW, 2420

Located 9.1K from Main Creek

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