Here I am back down in Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid north coast. Yesterday we visited the lovely little township of Glenreagh
The half hour drive took us through some beautiful countryside until we reached the little town.
Glenreagh the south western gateway to the Clarence Valley, is a half hour drive along the Orara Way from Grafton (in the north) and Coffs Harbour (to the south east), through the picturesque Orara Valley.
We went to the Golden Dog pub for a great lunch. This is the most popular place in the town and it soon showed as it was filling up by lunch time.
If you would rather stop for a picnic there is Shannon Park down near the river where there are tables and seats and wood bbqs
After lunch we headed over to Nana Glen, Russel Crowe “country” where we stopped for coffee and dessert at the Idle Inn cafe.
We did also stop on the way to meet some of the locals.
The the final stop before heading back to Coffs was at the Two Tails winery where we sampled a few of the local wines. They make a wonderful selection including whites, red, bubbles and fortifieds. It was almost like being back in Italy.
This part of the mid north coast of NSW is just so picturesque and peaceful.