Cundletown is the first port of call for visitors flying into the Manning Valley as it houses our regional airport. Make sure you pick up a copy of the Manning Valley Visitor Guide and other helpful information on what to see and do, where to stay and where to eat throughout the region.


Cundletown also allows you to take a step back in time at the Lower Manning Historical Society’s Museum. Open from 10am-3pm Tuesday to Sunday, the museum sells coffee and local crafts and you’ll also find many displays and photos of industry from the early days.


Just north of Cundletown, along the Pacific Highway, lies Croki, a sleepy rural village on the river surrounded by lush dairy farms.  Here you’ll discover spectacular scenery over Oxley and Mitchell Islands to the South and the Brother Mountains to the North.


The giant Moreton Bay fig trees are great for picnicking under and there is a river pool to take a refreshing dip on those hot summer days. Croki is also home to a Riverside Caravan Park, set among a beautiful tropical garden of palms, hibiscus and gums with absolute river frontage.