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The rewards of a visit to the Manning Valley are many. The region has four national parks, rare subtropical rainforests, and one of the largest drop waterfalls in the southern hemisphere. It is also home to 40km of coastline, providing a string of beautiful beaches and reputedly some of the best surfing on the New South Wales Mid North Coast.
The peaceful Manning Valley is a nature-lover’s dream. Visit the Crowdy Bay National Park, which covers vast tracts of coastal plains. Experience the Coorabakh National Park and Coopernook State Forest, where you’ll find Waitui Falls, Big Nellie Mountain, and Flat Rock Lookout.
Don’t miss the majestic Ellenborough Falls – one of the southern hemisphere’s longest waterfalls. Visit the quaint heritage towns of Wingham and Tinonee. Be awed by the 1000-year-old giant Moreton Bay fig trees in Wingham Brush. Savour the fabulous coastline views from Crowdy Head Lighthouse.
Camp with the kangaroos at Crowdy Bay National Park. Enjoy a BBQ and a swim at Saltwater or Old Bar Beach. Cruise the Manning River from Croki or Taree or hire a boat from the marina. Enjoy a riverside picnic in Taree, and savour the best fish and chips on the Mid North Coast.
Author Di Morrissey who grew up in the area is the roving Ambassador for the Manning Valley. Her book "The Valley" is based on the pioneering characters and places of the Manning Valley.
These are the rewards that make the Manning “a must”.
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