Dungog

Area

The Dungog area is a local government area (LGA) in New South Wales. This area is home to 43 locations and/or suburbs which you can explore in more detail by selecting from the list  below. The Dungog area is located approximately 168kms from the capital Sydney.

If you are planning a visit to this area we’ve put together some of the things you can see or do while you are here. These include, places to stay, tours and attractions, some upcoming events and places where you can grab a meal. Go ahead, try one ofthe buttons above. Every destination has something worth seeing so start exploring… If you know the area and think we’ve missed something, let us know and we’ll share it here.

Dungog

Area Area
Clarence Town

Clarence Town

Urban

Population: 1994 | Dungog

The area which became known as Clarence Town was first settled by white settlers following the...

Dungog

Dungog

Urban

Population: 2025 | Dungog

Set in rolling valleys at the foothills of the Barrington Tops is a picturesque necklace of...

East Gresford

Urban

Population: 306 | Dungog

Gresford

Gresford

Urban

Population: 245 | Dungog

The town of Gresford was named by its Welsh settlers after a town on the Allyn...

Paterson

Paterson

Urban

Population: 892 | Dungog

Paterson is one of the historic towns of the Hunter Valley, 18 kilometres north of Maitland....

Torryburn

Torryburn (Dungog)

Rural

Population: 142 | Dungog

The locality of Torryburn, about six kilometres south of East Gresford, is the setting for behind...

Alison (Dungog)

Rural

Population: 76 | Dungog

Allynbrook

Rural

Population: 64 | Dungog

Bandon Grove

Rural

Population: 119 | Dungog

Bendolba

Rural

Population: 205 | Dungog

Bingleburra

Rural

Population: 25 | Dungog

Brookfield

Rural

Population: 205 | Dungog

Cambra

Rural

Population: 30 | Dungog

Carrabolla

Rural

Population: 10 | Dungog

Chichester

Rural

Population: 29 | Dungog

Eccleston

Rural

Population: 35 | Dungog

Fishers Hill

Rural

Population: 36 | Dungog

Flat Tops

Rural

Population: 25 | Dungog

Fosterton

Rural

Population: 108 | Dungog

Glen Martin

Rural

Population: 172 | Dungog

Glen William

Rural

Population: 122 | Dungog

Halton

Rural

Population: 18 | Dungog

Hanleys Creek

Rural

Population: 4 | Dungog

Hilldale

Rural

Population: 195 | Dungog

Lewinsbrook

Rural

Population: 43 | Dungog

Lostock

Rural

Population: 58 | Dungog

Main Creek

Rural

Population: 88 | Dungog

Marshdale

Rural

Population: 44 | Dungog

Martins Creek

Rural

Population: 388 | Dungog

Mount Rivers

Rural

Population: 43 | Dungog

Munni

Rural

Population: 40 | Dungog

Salisbury

Rural

Population: 58 | Dungog

Stroud Hill

Rural

Population: 28 | Dungog

Sugarloaf

Rural

Population: 71 | Dungog

Summer Hill (Dungog)

Rural

Population: 55 | Dungog

Tabbil Creek

Rural

Population: 40 | Dungog

Underbank

Rural

Population: 34 | Dungog

Upper Allyn

Rural

Population: 12 | Dungog

Vacy School of Arts Hall

Vacy

Rural

Population: 625 | Dungog

Vacy came into existence around 1828 as a private township established by the Cory family. John...

Wallaringa

Rural

Population: 11 | Dungog

Wallarobba

Rural

Population: 172 | Dungog

Webbers Creek

Rural

Population: 30 | Dungog

Wirragulla

Rural

Population: 30 | Dungog