Top things to do

It can be a bit overwhelming deciding what to do when you come to a new place, which is why we’ve put together a list of the top things to do in the Manning Valley.

We hope you find this helpful and enjoy your time in our beautiful region!

Ellenborough Falls

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From Wingham follow the Tourist Drive 8 signs to the legendary Ellenborough Falls at Elands.

At 200 metres, Ellenborough Falls is one of the longest single drop waterfalls in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the Manning Valley’s biggest natural attractions. If you’re coming to the area, visiting this natural beauty is a must-do!

Admire the natural beauty from the viewing platform at the top, or for the more adventurous, take the 641 timber steps to the bottom of the valley where you’ll get so close you’ll feel the spray and hear the roar of the falls.... continue reading.

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Address:Ellenborough Falls Road, Elands NSW 2429

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:

Wingham Brush Nature Reserve

Wingham Brush

For a nature reserve with a difference, head to Wingham Brush, located in the historical river town of Wingham.

This subtropical rainforest remnant is part of the last remaining 10 hectares of floodplain rainforest in NSW. It showcases giant Moreton Bay figs towering over a gently winding boardwalk, and is one of the largest permanent breeding populations of the endangered grey-headed flying fox.

If you get to the Brush on sunset, the sight of thousands of flying foxes heading out for the evening meal is just amazing.

There is also overnight camping available for self-contained vehicles at the entrance to the brush on Wingham Reserve.... continue reading.

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Website:http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/
Address:Farquhar Street, Wingham, NSW, 2429, Australia

Tourist Drive 8

Tourist Drive 8 is a beautiful drive that meanders through some of the most lush and fertile land on the Mid North Coast.

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Distance: 99km
Along the way: Bent On Food, Wingham Brush, Wingham Museum, Ellenborough Falls, Timbertown.

From Taree you will head to the historic township of Wingham where you’ll discover 10 ha of subtropical flood plain rainforest at Wingham Brush.... continue reading.

Wingham Akoostik Music Festival

The Wingham Akoostik Festival is a three day celebration of music showcasing local artists as well as some of Australia’s best loved musicians. In 2018, the festival will run from Friday 19 October to Sunday 21 October inclusive. Feature acts include Diesel, Dragon, Backsliders, Hat Fitz and Cara, Round Mountain Girls, The Swamp Stompers, Lachy Doley, Grizzlee Train and many more. The celebration will also include Smokin’ the Valley (BBQ…

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Phone:0417 570 359
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Website:http://www.akoostik.com.au/
Address:1292 Gloucester Road, Wingham, New South Wales, 2429, Australia
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Wingham Museum

Wingham Museum

The museum was famously opened in 1968 by Australia’s great aviatrix Nancy Bird Walton, and is housed in one of Wingham’s most historically significant buildings – its first general store. The collection is lovingly curated by a team of dedicated volunteers, and includes the original lock-up that held famed bushranger Jimmy Governor among its many relics. Wander through our many large rooms of themed displays that house antiques ranging from…

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Phone:02 6553 5823
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Website:http://www.winghammuseum.com.au
Address:12 Farquhar Street, Wingham NSW 2429
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