Frederickton’s “Fredo Pies” are so popular with travellers that sometimes there are more cars parked outside this little bakery than there is traffic driving past! It’s just a quick turn off the highway, and definitely worth the stop – try the famous croc pie.

Situated on a hill overlooking the Macleay River, Frederickton was once a private town named after Frederick Chapman, and has a history of shipbuilding, timber getting and agriculture. Its charming old homes and nine-hole golf course are a drawcard, but it’s the pies that keep everyone coming back.

From the park take in views of the Macleay River and Australia’s longest Bridge, which is part of the Frederickton – Kempsey Bypass.