Wallace Street Braidwood NW 2622
Visit historic Braidwood where there are some grand examples of 19th century buildings along Braidwood's main street. There are also some 1950s workers' cottages scattered throughout the side streets and also in the surrounding villages.
Head to the National Parks that surround Braidwood like the Deua, Budawang, Morton, Monga and Tallaganda National Parks, where visitors will find ample bush walking and picnic spots. Rivers may be accessible for fishing, swimming and white-water rafting.
There are natural geographic attractions such as the Big Hole, Marble Arch, Bendethera and Wyanbene caves in the Deua National Park, Oallen Ford near Nerriga, Mt Budawang in the Budawang National Park, and the rare fauna and flora in the Monga National Park.
Corang River, New South Wales, Australia
Guests have access to the Corang River from our property, where you can swim in the crystal clear water, fish, or try your luck at gold panning. For guests wishing to kayak, we recommend putting your kayak in at the driveway entry to the property.
122 Oallen Road, Nerriga
Moss Institue of Motocross and Supercross
Located a short 5 minute drive from Corang River B & B is the infamous Moss Institute. Run by Greg Moss who is renowned for his teaching and training methods. Check out the Moss Institute online for their upcoming events.
Budawang National Park
Budawang National Park is declared a wilderness area, with hiking, river camping, swimming and scenic views for advanced, well-equipped travellers.
Budawang National Park is wilderness, full of steep mountainsides and tall forests. You will lilely see black cockatoos, wallabys and a myriad of wildlife and flora.
This park is suitable for the adventurous and experienced bush walkers / hikers. Ensure you are well prepared with gear including compass and water.
Monga National Park
Monga National Park has something for everyone. There are 4WD routtes walking tracks and you can even ride your horse in some areas. There is lots to discover.
Take time out and enjoy all that nature has to offer. Take a picnic to enjoy along the banks of the Mongarlowe River.
The historic Corn Trail walking track is a must for the experienced bush walker, or horse riders.