wootton is situated 10kms north of bulahdelah on the old pacific highway, now called wootton way
The small hill top town is surrounded by cattle farms, equestrian enterprises, state forest and national park as well as an active community based around the community centre and café boasting ‘food without fumes’ made from locally grown produce. Behind Wootton are acres forests – perfect for bike riding and trekking.
The area is also a great day trip away from the coast. Nearby the Wootton Historical Railway Walk can be found in the Wang Wauk State Forest. This six kilometre walk starts off at Sam's Camp Picnic Area, with Wang Wauk Forest Way marking its halfway point. The first section of the walk takes in rainforest and cleared, grassy areas used by logging vehicles in the early 1900s. The walk follows significant remnants of old logging railways and mossy bridges, passing by waterfalls, creeks and through gully rainforests and magnificent flooded gums, before finishing at the remains of what was once a trestle bridge.
For more info: http://www.wootton.org.au