With one of the most pristine stretch of beaches in Australia, the Macleay Valley Coast is definitely a little slice of paradise and is located just a short drive from the Pacific Highway, between Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.
The 80km coastline is not only a surfer’s delight, but home to an abundance of bushland and wildlife making it the perfect place to get back to nature.
With a choice of beach, river and bluewater it’s easy to enjoy a kayak or day of fishing. There’s no shortage of bream, whiting, flathead, mud crabs and more. Did someone say dinner?
Turn off the highway at Kempsey for a scenic 30-minute drive to the Macleay Valley Coast surrounded by Hat Head National Park, Limeburners Creek Nature Reserve, Goolawah Reserve and the Arakoon State Recreation area.
There is so much to explore in this region including the incredible ruins of the Trial Bay Gaol and scenic walks up to the Smoky Cape Lighthouse.
Surrounded by untouched beaches, lush hinterlands, pristine waterways and charming oceanside towns, Macleay Valley Coast Holiday Parks offer five unique destinations set on the mid North Coast of NSW.
Find adventure with heart-pumping surfing at Crescent Head, world-class diving at Horseshoe Bay and breathtaking coastal bushwalking at Hat Head.
Or slow down and take the time to relax by casting a line at Stuarts Point or birdwatching at Grassy Head.
Discover the perfect nature-based holiday and wake up to paradise at Macleay Valley Coast Holiday Parks.