They are not to be confused with Dangars Falls near Armidale, although many people do.
If someone tells you that Dangar Falls is dry, you know they are talking about the wrong ones. The World of Waterfalls blog from some US visitors shows some of the more technical aspects of the falls, and also how little known they must be. At the top, adjacent to the carpark and the picnic area and children’s playground, you get the view of the falls that everyone is familiar with.
And then, David Clark’s exhibition of the work of 21st Century Australian designers, which he has inserted into the permanent collection. Unexpected, witty and intelligent juxtaposition of beautiful, quirky and sometimes, odd objects somehow seem at home in this setting.
After the Dorrigo National Park Rainforest Centre, the must see place in Dorrigo is Dangar Falls.
Canowindra is a picturesque village located in Central West NSW .
Each April sees our skies fill with a visual spectacle of the Canowindra Balloon Challenge with the pinnacle event the Balloon Glow and Night Market.Attached to the rear of the main building is a modern cafe and state of the art kitchen.Dining is available within the cafe, on the surrounding verandahs or in the tranquil gardens adjoining the cafe.I have to confess that I had never visited Old Government House in Parramatta before the opening of at home: Modern Australian Design on 11th November.David Clark was curating an exhibition of work from some of Australia’s best designers within the permanent collection of this historic house, and I knew that it would be interesting. Firstly, Old Government House itself – set in the Domain, Parramatta Park which is a World Heritage site – is a wonderful example of simple Georgian architecture – it was the ‘country home’ for the first 10 Governors of NSW dating from 1799.