Getting to Dungog
Dungog is a 2.5 hour drive north of Sydney, a 1hr drive from Newcastle and a 45 minute drive from Maitland.
Dungog is accessible by train – North Coast Line and Hunter Line. Use the Transport NSW website to plan your public transport journey.
Dungog is easily accessed via Newcastle Airport. Car rental is available at the airport and we’re less then an hours drive from the airport
WHERE TO STAY
There are many fantastic and varying accommodation options in the Dungog Shire. Below are a few of the options on offer, but we also recommend looking at Visit Dungog for a larger selection
- Settlers Arms, dungog
- tall timbers, dungog
- Curlew cottage, dungog
- Airbnb dungog
- boydells CAMP, gresford
- CAMPING AT DUNGOG SHOWGROUND
WHAT TO DO
There are so many wonderful things to do in the Dungog Shire. We recommend you bring family and friends to not only enjoy the Pedalfest activities but the other wonderful events and activities taking place in Dungog in September. It is a wonderful place to disconnect, hike, bike, trail run, kayak and enjoy the many wonderful galleries, graft shops and eateries. As they say in Dungog. “life as it should be”.
On a Saturday morning you will find Dowling Street buzzing with farmers market, fresh bread van, seafood direct from the coast and coffee and brunch goers enjoying the Dungog hospitality.