Dungog is the most popular entry point to the Barrington Tops National Park.
Baryulgil (pronounced Bay-ul-gil), like Malabugilmah, is a tiny Aboriginal settlement located 72 km north-west of Grafton, 112 km from Casino and 712 km north-east of Sydney.
Batlow is set in the beautiful low-lying mountains of the New South Wales south-west slopes.
Tiny historic township notable only for its pub and the surrounding scenery.
Bell's primary claim to importance is as a small village on the junction between Bells Line of Road and the Great Western Highway.
Bemboka is a small dairying village 451 km south of Sydney via the Princes and Snowy Mountain Highways and 36 km west of Bega.
Berrigan is a traditional small country town with a population around 1000 residents.
The Donnybrook Eco Retreat is located right in the heart of the Hunter Valley, a little more than a couple of hours' drive north of Sydney.