Activities

There are so many activities and things to see and do in the Manning Valley!

If getting back to nature is your thing, the Manning Valley offers 9 stunning National Parks and reserves, 45 kilometres of pristine coastline and the only double delta river system in Australia with two entrances to the ocean. This rugged natural environment was made for adventure with endless walking trails, mountain bike tracks, rapids, waterfalls, beaches, lookouts, fishing and more.

The great outdoors might be our biggest draw-card, but our 26 seaside and hinterland towns a villages are equally impressive and waiting to welcome you. Each town comes with its own unique vibe and offerings, from cute cafes and farmer's markets to quirky festivals and vintage shops, we're certain you'll find something you love about each one.

The Manning Valley also features a wide variety of cultural and creative attractions. From quaint tea houses selling local crafts to galleries showcasing award-winning artists and entertainment venues, you're sure to find something that tickles your fancy.

Lookouts

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If you love views and vistas, the Manning Valley has many inspiring lookouts that are great photo opportunities during your visit.

So make sure you pack you camera and get snap-happy when you visit the below lookouts:

Tinonee Museum

A visit to Tinonee is not complete without a trip to the Tinonee Museum located in Manchester Street, where you will find the town’s original ‘lock-up’ on display.

In the years when the rivers were the roads, Tinonee was the heart of the Manning River where majestic sailing ships were an everyday sight as Tinonee buzzed with commerce and industry. Around 1860-70 Tinonee had five hotels, a post office, flour mill, sugar mills, sawmills, three churches, blacksmith shop, broom factory, bakery, newspaper, office, hospital, school, bacon factory, brick kiln, butchery, bank and of course, Captain Gollan’s shipyard. These were the base of a thriving community!... continue reading.

Contact details
Phone:02 6553 1571
Email:
Website:http://tinoneemuseum.org.au/
Address:32 Manchester Street, Tinonee NSW 2430

Artisans On The Hill

Artisans On The Hill Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of the magnificent Manning Valley. Set on five acres overlooking the picturesque Manning River and luscious green dairy country, Artisans is ideally located only minutes from the village of Tinonee and the larger centres of Wingham and Taree. Whilst you are staying at Artisans Retreat peruse the unique craft gallery. Enrol in one of the various craft hands-on…

Facilities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Book Online
  • Breakfast Available
  • Conference Facilities
  • Disabled Access
  • Free Parking
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Spa Bath
  • Tea & Coffee
  • TV / DVD
  • Water Views
  • Website
  • WiFi / Internet
Contact details
Phone:02 6553 1199
Email:
Website:http://www.artisansonthehill.com.au
Address:702 Tinonee Road, Mondrook, NSW 2430

Tourist Drive 2

The Bucketts Way was established as early as 1840, making Tourist Drive 2 one of the oldest tourist drives and a great scenic alternative to the Pacific Highway. It is also the main access road to the World Heritage Listed Barrington Tops National Park.

Distance 149km
Taree • Tinonee • Krambach • Gloucester • Stroud • Raymond Terrace
Along the way: On one of the oldest tourist drives enjoy Tinonee Museum, Krambach Golf Course, Mograni Lookout and Barrington Tops National Park.

You will start the drive in the river town of Taree which is the major commercial centre of the Manning Valley boasting great shopping and restaurants.... continue reading.