208 Moylans Road Fosterton NSW 2420 Australia

Fosterton Lodge is located on the eastern edge of the Barrington Tops World Heritage listed National Park and State Forests all within 10 minutes of the town of Dungog and only 2.5 hrs from Sydney on the F3.


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Sydney to Fosterton Lodge retreat via the F3 Freeway

Hit the trip meter reset button at the Wahroonga entrance onto the Freeway. Stay on the Freeway, At 120 km you will come to the End Freeway sign, then some 6 km later to a sign indicating a roundabout ahead.

Alternative “A” Route to Dungog via Maitland

Straight ahead through the roundabout is “National 15 – Brisbane via New England Highway”, marked with a “Maitland Tamworth” sign. This is Weakley’s Road and runs about 2 km before meeting the New England Highway at a T-junction. Turn LEFT at this junction and follow on the divided carriageway through East Maitland and into Maitland to the first roundabout. Take the Paterson/Shopping Centre exit, then immediately cross a railway bridge to another roundabout – follow the Paterson exit again. Under a kilometre to a third roundabout – straight ahead following the Paterson sign again. Then very soon a cross road and traffic lights – straight across here following the Paterson/Dungog sign. Now it’s plain sailing to Dungog.

Alternative “B” Route to Dungog via Raymond Terrace

Turn right at the roundabout following the signs to Taree via the Pacific Highway. At Hexham you veer left over the Hunter River and soon leave the highway for Raymond Terrace at a roundabout. Almost through Raymond Terrace, at MacDonalds take the left turn marked to Dungog. Proceed to Dungog passing through Seaham and Clarence Town. Now it’s plain sailing to Dungog.

Once you get to Dungog

At Dungog follow the Shopping Centre sign, then down the main street through the Bank Hotel/National Bank crossroads (cenotaph in middle of junction). Before the railway gates, turn left on the Fosterton Road. Enjoy the winding sealed road which follows the Williams river for 10km. After crossing the river, turn left on Moylans Road. You are a mere 2km from your retreat stay. After crossing several small bridges and weirs, look for the 208 marker and signs.

Directions for car travellers from Newcastle

First travel to Dungog via Raymond Terrace, Seaham, and Clarencetown, or via Maitland and Paterson. At Dungog follow the Shopping Centre sign, then down the main street through the Bank Hotel/National Bank crossroads (cenotaph in middle of junction). Before the railway gates, turn left on the Fosterton Road. Enjoy the winding sealed road which follows the Williams river for 10km. After crossing the river, turn left on Moylans Road. You are a mere 2km from your retreat stay. After crossing several small bridges and weirs, look for the 208 marker and signs.