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Take some time to explore the magic of the Manning Valley

Nearby you will discover unspoilt beaches at Old Bar, Wallabi Point and Saltwater where you can take a quiet stroll along the beach, go for a surf, swim, do a bit of whale spotting or enjoy a cappuccino at a local café. There are 40km of magnificent beaches in the Manning Valley area.

The Manning River has 150 kilometres of waterways to explore. Bring your own boat, hire a dinghy, go on a cruise, go fishing or just enjoy a relaxing riverside picnic.

Also nearby are forest trails, parks and nature reserves or you may prefer to take a leisurely drive in the country and experience the beautiful and diverse range of scenery and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the southern hemisphere.

There are many local markets, wineries, craft shops, Antiques and Art Galleries to visit in the region and a wonderful range of cafés and tea houses which offer great Devonshire Teas, specialty coffees, or delicious lunches and light meals.

For those who enjoy a round of golf or a game of bowls, there are many venues to choose from all within easy reach.

Taree is the major commercial and cultural centre of the Manning Valley and only a five minute drive away. Taree offers excellent shopping venues and has many cafés, takeaways and restaurants to choose from if you wish to dine out during your stay. For those who enjoy seafood, our local produce is excellent!

Mescal has plenty of maps and local brochures to help plan your days outing.

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