Broken Hill is a heritage-listed city in the far west of New South Wales, its mining heritage and vibrant art scene blend together in the semi-desert landscape. (Note: Broken Hill is classified MMM5 – GP Synergy funding purposes)
Macksville is a small riverside town on the beautiful Nambucca River, apart from fishing and oyster-farming, the surrounding areas are known for bananas and other tropical fruits, vegetables, grazing, dairying and timber.
Located at the junction of the Namoi and Manilla Rivers, the town of Manilla has been a camping ground for Aboriginal people, a base for bullock wagons and now a rural service centre for the surrounding agricultural areas.
Merimbula and Pambula, less than 10 minutes apart, are located on the Sapphire Coast of NSW, a spectacular coastal region of picturesque villages, beautiful beaches, calm lakes, and pristine national parks.
Nambucca Heads is a coastal town at the mouth of the Nambucca River, popular as a holiday destination. The smaller nearby town of Valla Beach is well known for its beautiful beaches and resident dolphins.
The small township of Urunga is located at the ocean junction of the Bellnger and Kalang Rivers. It's location off the Pacific Highway, and low level of development, give it a quiet and unhurried feeling.