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Uki is a historical town and certainly worth a visit, even just to have a famous Uki Pie.
Almost in the shadow of Mt. Warning, Uki is another tiny town that comes alive on market days. The third Sunday of the month is Uki's turn to host the roving craft and produce market. The market here is not as big and comprehensive as those of Byron Bay, Bangalow and The Channon, but nevertheless…
Uki (pronounced yook-eye) in the heart of the 'Green Caldera', Northern NSW. This historic village of diverse and friendly people, and a thriving arts and crafts community, is situated in the foothills of The Three Sisters and Mt. Warning. Known locally as Wollumbin, Mt Warning is also called…
It is 15 minutes drive north and is a quaint, friendly town with great coffee and pies. Or Mt Burrell convenience store , also licensed to sell alcohol, which is only 2km from the Farmhouse, has most essentials and the cafe next door has great meals and beverages too.
A tiny little town with a great big huge antique store in the old butter factory, worth a trip.