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FITZROY FALLS WERE set aside as a public
and has been a tourist drawcard ever since. Shelters, tables
and paths were constructed to assist day-trippers. So popular
was this site in the 1800s that the Prince of Wales' birthday
was celebrated by hundreds at the Falls, with a feast
prepared by the Sydney Catering Company.
LITTLE TOWN THAT'S HARD TO LEAVE
ONCE YOU GET THERE...
TAKE A DRIVE out to picturesque Burrawang on the weekend
for a relaxing breakfast or stay for a late lunch and dinner at
the revamped general store.
Browse through the antiques and enjoy local wines with
your guests as you boast about this wonderful find.
The pub in Burrawang is renowned for its cosy
atmostphere, good food and service. Children can roam
around the gardens and play while adults enjoy the bistro
and drink wine in the sunshine. A nearby playground keeps
the little ones busy.
The village is secluded and a wonderful hideaway for that
A haven for artists who, along with the community, support
a School of Arts established at the end of the 19th century.
c reserve in 1882
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
• Stop at the Visitors' Centre, where
National Parks & Wildlife displays natural
• Fill your backpack with goodies from the
café and head for the picnic area
• Walk 200m to the lookout at the top of
Which Aboriginal tribe occupied this
region at the time of settlement?
ANSWER: The WADI WADI tribe were the Aboriginal tribe that occupied Burrawang.
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