Nature in Taree
Taree's location on the Manning River and by the beautiful Manning Valley makes it a great position to explore the area's golden beaches and lush rainforests. The town is a popular fishing spot, with a large section of the Manning River reserved for recreational fishing.
Taree is an excellent base for exploring the many natural attractions of the beautiful Manning River Valley. Scenic drives around Taree are some of the best in NSW; don't miss the route through the Coorabakh National Park, from Wingham to Elands, with Ellenborough Falls a highlight, and through Tapin Tops National Park. The sub-tropical rainforest at Wingham Brush Nature Reserve has a boardwalk to follow.
Boating, fishing, swimming and surfing are popular at pretty coastal towns from Wallabi Point to Old Bar and Crowdy Head. Don't miss fishing and surfing at Old Bar and Wallabi Point, 15 km south-east of Taree, or the beautiful beach at Saltwater, just south of Old Bar. Crowdy Head Lighthouse, a 40-minute drive from Taree, has sensational ocean panoramas and is a great spot for whale-watching (in season).
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The Hub Market Taree Held on the third Saturday of the m
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Taree Night Bazaar Introduced in 2014 to showcase the
Fly into Taree Airport
Taree Airport is 5 km from Taree’s town centre. Use the taxi services to make the short trip northeast. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the regions of Manning Valley and the Great Lakes at your own pace.
Regional Express services the airport with direct flights to and from Sydney and Newcastle. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney to travel into Taree.
Pelican on Manning River near Taree. Image Grahame McConnell
Views from Taree Apex Lookout. Image Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre
Aerial of Manning Point looking back towards Taree. Image Karl Bayer, Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre