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Diamond Beach

Diamond Drive, Diamond Beach, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
Diamond Beach is a beautiful, six kilometre long beach, ideal for fishing, surfing or just enjoying a long beach walk watching the dolphins frolic in the waves. The peaceful atmosphere of the area makes you feel like you are miles from anywhere, when, in fact, you are only 10 minutes from the towns of Taree and Forster. With exclusive resorts, family holiday parks, holiday units and cottages, the area is fast becoming recognised as a lifestyle paradise. There are four and four and a half star rated accommodation properties at Hallidays Point and Diamond Beach. For walking enthusiasts there is a walking track which takes you from Diamond Head through to Shelley Beach (south of Diamond Beach).
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Black Head Beach

Black Head Road, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
Located midway between Taree and Forster is the coastal area of Hallidays Point, taking in Black Head Beach. Black Head Beach is a multi-award winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful Program. It is patrolled during summer and regarded as one of the best swimming beaches in the Manning Valley. It features shady Norfolk Island Pines, an ocean pool, excellent fishing opportunities, picnic areas, and barbecues. Black Head has a supermarket, cafés, bowling club, and surf lifesaving club. The Black Head Markets are held in Wylie Breckenridge Park on the first Sunday of the month, from September to May. The Black Head Surf Lifesaving Club overlooks the beach, and is available to hire for functions. Meander along the rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms and rare tracts of littoral rainforest, a must for nature lovers and keen photographers. Accommodation includes holiday parks, cabins, holiday units, and cottages.
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Red Head Beach

Red Head Road, Red Head, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
Red Head Beach at Hallidays Point is a quiet beach area just north of Black Head Beach, ideal for relaxing strolls. Meander along the rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms as well as rare tracts of littoral rainforest: a must for nature lovers and keen photographers. The walk takes in two headlands - Black Head and Red Head - and is joined by Black Head Beach. Information about the walk is available from the Visitors Centre in Taree or the Hallidays Point Library. Accommodation close to Red Head Beach consists of a holiday park which has a large number of self-contained ocean and surf villas, powered and unpowered camping sites. There are also self-contained apartments available for rent. Car parking is available adjacent to the beach at the end of Red Head Road.
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Black Head Bowling Club

Main Street, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
Black Head Bowling club is situated on the headland in Black Head village with panoramic views overlooking the scenic coastline. Facilities at the Club include TAB, pokies, Keno, cable television, sports bowling greens, fishing club and community centre. When visiting the area, you are welcome to come and join with the locals for a game of bowls. Marg's Bistro is open seven days and has a wide variety of meals including everything from delicious hamburgers to a selection of seafoods. Courtesy bus available.

Hallidays Point

Hallidays Point, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
The coastal area of Hallidays Point is located Midway between Taree and Forster and includes Black Head, Diamond Beach, Red Head and Tallwoods Village. Black Head Beach is a multi-award winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful Program. Patrolled during summer, it is regarded as one of the best swimming beaches in the Manning Valley. It features shady Norfolk Island Pines (planted in the 1920s and the 1940s), an ocean pool, excellent fishing opportunities, picnic areas and barbecues. Meander along the rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms and rare tracts of littoral rainforest. The walk takes in both Black Head and Red Head. With exclusive resorts fringing its beaches (at Diamond Beach), the area is fast becoming recognised as a lifestyle paradise. The luxury development at Tallwoods features a championship golf course surrounded by spectacular housing. ...

Black Head Beach

Black Head Road, Hallidays Point NSW 2430
Located midway between Taree and Forster is the coastal area of Hallidays Point, taking in Black Head Beach. Black Head Beach is a multi-award winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful Program. It is patrolled during summer and regarded as one of the best swimming beaches in the Manning Valley. It features shady Norfolk Island Pines, an ocean pool, excellent fishing opportunities, picnic areas, and barbecues. Black Head has a supermarket, cafés, bowling club, and surf lifesaving club. The Black Head Markets are held in Wylie Breckenridge Park on the first Sunday of the month, from September to May. The Black Head Surf Lifesaving Club overlooks the beach, and is available to hire for functions. Meander along the rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms and rare tracts of littoral rainforest, a must for nature lovers and keen photographers. Accommodation includes holiday parks, cabins, holiday units, and cottages....