Dyers Crossing: Where To Go / Sightseeing
Honeycomb Valley Farm
Just one minute off the Pacific Highway at Nabiac, this little farm is a small family run business doing things just a little bit differently!
Honeycomb Valley Farm boasts the biggest solar oven in Australia and has an inspiring five acre garden where each plant is either edible or can be use for a medicinal purposes. Learn all about Australian native bees at Australia's first sanctuary for these amazing little creatures and visit their unique bee motel. There is also plenty of friendly farm animals to pat.
Beautiful hand made goats milk soap, herbal teas and honey are available to purchase at one the regions many farmers markets.
Please note, they are only open for group bookings and on certain days of each school holidays.
3736 Wallanbah Road,
enter via Tenants Road
Nabiac, NSW, 2312
Located 5.3K from Dyers Crossing
Kings Creek Saddle Club
Kings Creek Saddle Club teach students how to handle and ride a horse safely and effectively and learn how to properly care for horses and form a bond with one.
They promote balance and co-ordination, patience, perseverance and interaction with the animals allowing you to form an understanding of basic horse behaviour and personality. The three lovely school horses, 'Tallulah', 'Felicity' and 'Skeeter' were bred, started and educated by Carla and Spud.
Kings Creek Saddle Club provide riding lessons for riders of all stages of development. Various types of private lessons are available - ridden, ground play, in the arena and along forest trails. They also cover the non-riding aspects of horses such as handling, natural behaviour and tack fitting which will help the rider develop a deeper understanding and form a firm bond with their horse.
84 Kings Creek Road
Krambach, NSW, 2429
Located 5.6K from Dyers Crossing
Clarendon Forest Retreat Horse Riding
Clarendon scenic horse riding offers some of the best riding trails in NSW.
At Clarendon they prize their horse riding for being fun and exciting. The trail horses are responsive and quiet and they offer options for every experience level.
The many different trails into the surrounding forest valleys will allow you to experience the magic of the State forests and reserves, sometimes alive with fascinating animal and birdlife. Many of these tracks allow long canters for experienced riders, gentle walking rides will be appreciated by others.
Long pants, and joggers are the minimum requirements, long sleeved shirts are suggested. A weight limit of 100 kilograms applies.
Horse trail rides must have a minimum of two riders.
Riding lessons are available outside of school holidays by appointment (enquire about availability).
Couples are able to have a two hour guided, private, escorted ride on request.
150 Coates Road
Possum Brush, NSW, 2430
Located 13.9K from Dyers Crossing
Big Buzz Fun Park
The Big Buzz Fun Park is 25 acres of adventure and fun, just south of Taree on the Lakes Way.
The park features a toboggan run, three open water slides, jumbo slide, toddlers slide, kamikaze slide, BMX and mountain bikes (enclosed footwear required), speed karts (enclosed footwear required), mountain boards, tricycles, shoot for the basket, half tennis court, swimming pool, beach volleyball, trampolines, swings, nine hole chip and putt short course golf, kiosk and plenty of undercover seating with free gas barbecues with shaded picnic area.
The park caterers for children's parties, social events, coach tours and has an open barn available for hire, which can accommodate up to 250 people.
Children under two years are admitted to the park for free, with use of the swimming pool and limited rides, toddler slide, trampoline and swings.
1733 The Lakes Way
Rainbow Flat, NSW, 2430
Located 17.8K from Dyers Crossing
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The purpose of the Tinonee Historical Society Museum is to preserve the past for current and future generations. It is a place for learning, remembrance and to honour the pioneers and founders of our local area, Tinonee.
Tinonee Historical Society Museum is a small unique museum where you can research the history of the area. Experience the local history with an inspection of the original Gaol Cell which is located inside the Museum.
32 Manchester Street
Tinonee, NSW, 2430
Located 20.2K from Dyers Crossing
Tinonee Orchid Nursery
Established in 1984, Tinonee Orchid Nursery is one of Australia's leading orchid nurseries. They specialise in the breeding and propagation of many genera of orchids, from native Australian orchids to most of the popular genera from many other countries around the world.
Cultural talks and morning tea facilities are available. Wheelchair accessible, with buses and club groups welcome. Free monthly growing classes and advice. Free catalogue and cultural notes are available on request.
During the year an open day is held which includes potting demonstrations and advice from experienced growers. Light refreshments and food are available.
768 Tinonee Road
Tinonee, NSW, 2430
Located 20.9K from Dyers Crossing
Dyers Crossing: Events
Nabiac Farmers Market
Nabiac Farmers Market is held on the last Saturday of every month (except December) at the Nabiac Showground Hall.
Stock up on seedlings for your vegetable patch and meet your local growers and producers who make such a variety of gourmet goodies available for you. Taste the organic coffee, new gluten free bakery with freshly baked biscuits and cakes, honey, goats milk beauty products, sourdough bread, nuts, gingerbread, fresh cut flowers, confectionery, regional wines, freshly laid eggs, seedlings, beef products direct from the producer, delicious cakes, fruit and vegetables, olives, local artisans and music to entertain you while you browse!
So come to Nabiac, be early for the best pick, have a coffee and sample the barbecue too.
Nabiac, NSW, 2312
Located 8.0K from Dyers Crossing
Markets feature local stallholders selling country crafts, preserves, produce, plants, chocolates, lavender, cakes, woodwork, handmade soap, gingerbread, silk painting and much more. Come early for delicious morning teas.
Krambach, NSW, 2429
Located 9.0K from Dyers Crossing
Hallidays Point Open Garden Day
Look out for our next Open Garden Day in early 2017.
Hallidays Point Open Garden Day will include seven gardens throughout the area. Map and lunch will be available from 10 Pacific View Drive, Hallidays Point, located within the Homestead Estate just off Black Head Road.
All money raised will go to the Manning Great Lake Riding for the Disabled.
10 Pacific View Drive
Hallidays Point, NSW, 2430
Located 18.1K from Dyers Crossing