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.
Travel 90 minutes north on the M1 from Sydney and you'll find yourself in the Hunter Valley, a place of such bucolic perfection that you half expect to see hobbits crowning the horizon.
Fine food and wine, charming towns, ancient Indigenous sites and the longest river in Australia are just some of the attractions to explore in country NSW.