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North Coast NSW is a beautiful region which stretches from just north of Sydney and the stunning Hawkesbury River regions northwards to just a few hundred kilometres short of the Queensland..
Greater Port Macquarie is steeped in maritime history, and at the Maritime Museum's 3 venues you have the opportunity to relive over 100 years of heritage as each provide a variety of..
Crescent Head is a pretty seaside village tucked into the lee side of Big Nobby, a volcanic remnant that slopes towards the sea in a tumble of basalt boulders. Between its summit and the..
It's the combination of beaches, river, national parks, hinterland and the close proximity to major city hubs such as Newcastle and Sydney that makes the Manning Valley the ultimate..
Diamond Head is home to the popular Camping Grounds in Crowdy Bay National Park and is located on the coast line.
Cedar cutting is the principle industry on which Kempsey has prospered since its foundation in the early 19th Century. Visit historic Trial Bay Gaol at
South West Rocks and the Wigay..
Old Bar is Taree's closest surfing beach, just sixteen kilometres from Taree. Attractions include long white sandy beaches, the mouth of the Manning River and reserve, and a barbecue..
South West Rocks is where the Macleay River's journey ends as it meets the sea. This beautiful area has clear aquamarine waters; tiny coves; a peaceful bay and is surrounded by lush green..
Tuncurry is part of the twin towns of Forster / Tuncurry and lies between the beautiful Wallis Lake and the Pacific Ocean. Offering extensive recreational waterways and fabulous surfing..
Located right on the coast just a short drive from centres such as Macksville, Kempsey and Nambucca Heads, Scotts Head offers the holiday maker a great spot to stay in a very picturesque..
Rainbow Reach is an area between the Cybucca turn to South West Rocks and South West Rocks, it is across the river from Jerseyville. Tourist Drive 12 passes through Rainboe Reach when..
The Arakoon State Recreation area is one of the most popular in the state
drawing over 1,000,000 visitors annually. This beautiful coastal area with beaches, barbecue and picnic areas..
The elevated coastal views from this seaside village, 20 kilometres south of Port Macquarie, are some of the most spectacular in the region.
Bonny Hills was originally home to the fishing..
The strip of green that flanks the golden coastline of Greater Port Macquarie is one of the state’s best kept secrets. The hills, valleys and forests are home to stunning natural..
The natural beauty of the Camden Haven is breathtaking. Quiet waterways, great fishing, spectacular national parks and family friendly beaches, are why holidaymakers return year after..
Midway between Taree and the Great Lakes region is the coastal area of Halliday's Point/Diamond Beach. Blackhead Beach at Halliday's Point is patrolled during summer and features..
Dunbogan is located 30 minutes south of Port Macquarie you’ll find the seaside villages of the Camden Haven strung out along the mouth of the Camden Haven River. On the north side of the..
Midway between Taree and the Great Lakes region is the coastal area of Halliday's Point/Diamond Beach. Blackhead Beach at Halliday's Point is patrolled during Summer and features ocean..
Jerseyville is a small village near Kempsey in New South Wales. The village lies between Spencers Creek and the Macleay River. The village consists of one street lined with houses...
Lake Cathie (pronounced ‘cat-eye’) is just 12 kilometres south of Port Macquarie.
A world where the essence of a perfect holiday is warm, crystal clear shallow waters full of splashing..
Lake Innes and Lake Cathie are joined by Cathie Creek to form an estuarine system which enters the ocean at the village of Lake Cathie, just ten minutes south of Port Macquarie. Prior to..
Laurieton is just 30 minutes south of Port Macquarie you’ll find the seaside villages of the Camden Haven strung out along the mouth of the Camden Haven River. On the north side of the..
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...
Tinonee was one of the earliest settlements in the Manning. During the 1900's it was an important shipping trade destination. Step back in time and visit the Tinonee Museum and..
Trail Bay is a great place for sailboarding and sailing. Walk around the crescent-shaped beach and discover the wreck of one of three vessels which where stranded there in early 1970s...
Wingham offers visitors a step back in time. Its rich heritage is evident in the many splendid National Trust listed Federation buildings which surround the town common modelled on the..
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