Manning Entrance State Park
Manning Entrance State Park is situated on the New South Wales Mid North Coast and comprises lands surrounding and including the Manning River's southern entrance.
The coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation opportunities while the protected tracts of littoral rainforests and other significant native vegetation provide habitat for many species of native fauna and flora.
The entrance is also well known as a breeding ground for the Little Tern colony which visits during the summer months for breeding. These birds are highly endangered and for this reason State Parks have erected fences to ensure humans and 4WD don't accidentally cause them harm.
Farquhar Park Camping Ground is also located here. A great spot for swimming, fishing, canoeing, wakeboarding and much more. Camping is on a first come-first serve basis with no booking faciltiy available. Farquhar park is accesable only at low tide.