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Great Lakes Visitor Guide : NSW 2008
/ Myall River, at the foot of Alum Mountain, you will find Bulahdelah. The heart of the Great Lakes Hinterland is the perfect base to refresh your spirit and explore the many small villages spread throughout the region. Stroud - Journey along Thunderbolts Way and you will discover a unique town full of history. Stroud was planned by the Australian Agricultural Company in 1824 and overlooks the picturesque Stroud Valley. It has over 30 heritage buildings creating an irresistible mix of country charm, modern café culture and history. Throughout our hinterland you will discover a landscape full of natural experiences, secret boutique wineries, quirky antique shops, fres farm produce and country hospitality. Photographs main: Dilgry River below left to right: houseboats on the Myall River at Bulahdelah; dawn in Stroud 18 www.greatlakes.org.au