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Tourist Drive 2 - Bucketts Way

From the Pacific Highway at 12 Mile Creek near Raymond Terrace, From the Pacific Highway at Purfleet near Taree, Purfleet NSW 2430
The Bucketts Way is the second oldest tourist drive in the state, and for good reason, it is a scenic detour off the Pacific Highway. Tourist Drive 2 (the Bucketts Way) takes you through tall forest, rolling green valleys and pretty towns and villages. This scenic route is popular with motorcycle riders as it provides one of the best road touring experiences in NSW. Motorists will discover the historic town of Stroud, the beautifully located regional town of Gloucester, the hillside village of Krambach and the riverside village of Tinonee. Named after the Bucketts Mountains overlooking Gloucester, it was the former alignment of State Highway 10 (changed in 1931 to the Pacific Highway), between Raymond Terrace and Taree between August 1928 and 1952. The Bucketts Way provides a vital link to Barrington Tops via Gloucester and access to the New England region via Thunderbolts Way.
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Edgey's Manor

55 Farquhar Street, Wingham NSW 2429
Edgey's Manor is a Celtic Britain themed destination. It offers visitors a relaxed atmosphere to dine-in for breakfast and lunch (takeaway available). In the spacious Great Hall, regular functions are held with a medieval banquet theme. Edgey's Manor also offer activities such as gentle exercise classes and historical games such as chess. There are fully accredited massage, beauty and natural therapists available at the venue. The gift shop offers a fantastic range of gifts and homewares from a variety of cultures. Edge of Tranquillity is located in historic Wingham, just three hours drive north of Sydney.
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Bent on Food Cookery School

22 Bent Street, Wingham NSW 2429
Bent on Food Cookery School is all about the enjoyment of cooking and learning new skills, tips and chefs' secrets. It is located just three and a half hours north of Sydney in the historical town of Wingham on the NSW Mid North Coast. Classes are held in a modern purpose built, air-conditioned school and involve both demonstration and hands-on activities. Class sizes are small and participants usually work in small groups. Why not organise your friends and join a class together ? Bent on Food Cookery School offers a wide variety of classes to suit everyone with weekday, evening and weekend classes. Vietnamese, Spanish, Seafood and ever popular cheese-making classes are regularly on the schedule. You will find all the latest details on the Bent on Food website. Special classes for private groups or community organisations can be arranged.
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Manning Valley Historical Society and Museum

12 Farquhar Street, Wingham NSW 2429
Manning Valley Historical Society Museum and Archives is located in an historic building once used as a grocery and produce store, circa 1880. The museum overlooks Wingham Town Square (or Central Park) that is surrounded on four sides by heritage or historic buildings. Visitors to the museum are instantly captivated by the step back in time, demonstrating the differing lifestyles pioneers had and their tools/aids. On display are pioneer family portraits, old cedar furniture, lamp collections, scales, bottles, folk craft, clothing, fabrics, ironmongery, crockery, glassware, patent medicines and memorabilia related to our proud sporting achievements. At the rear of the Museum is Wingham's 19th Century police cell which housed Jimmy Governor (Blacksmith) following his capture and prior to his transportation to Sydney for trial and execution. Archive resources are also available. Researchers are in attendance on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am to 4pm.
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Not a Cafe

41 Isabella Street, Wingham NSW 2429
Not a Cafe is a beautiful shop in Wingham that sells all things local. It is Wingham's hub of creativity, assisting people to sell wares that have been made with love in the Manning Valley. It is where you will find local art, photography, books, toys, clothes, jewellery, soaps, woodwork, metalwork, craft and more! Not a Cafe also has a music room that has been designed to give local musicians somewhere to both sell their music and perform on a regular basis. The music room gives everyone, locals and visitors, the chance to browse through CDs and listen to music they're interested in via tablets/headphones. You're invited to come in and browse or spend time kicking back on the lounge taking in the arty surrounds or listen to the live music when it's happening.
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Wingham Self-Guided Heritage Walk

Wingham Township, Wingham NSW 2429
This self-guided Heritage walk around Wingham highlights a number of built and natural items significant to the history of the town. Wingham Museum is located along the walk. The full walk is approximately five kilometres long. As a guide, it is recommended that to visit all the items of interest you allow about 2.5 hours, take drinking water with you, and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to visit the many cafes and shops along the route or stop at the river for a picnic lunch. The heritage walk brochure is available at the Manning Valley Historical Museum in Farquhar Street, Wingham and the Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre on Manning River Drive, Taree.
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Wingham Brush Nature Reserve

Farquhar Street, Wingham NSW 2429
Located beside Manning River, just near Taree on the Mid North Coast, you'll find an oasis of subtropical lowland rainforest at Wingham Brush Nature Reserve. It provides a fantastic day trip and excursion for the whole family. Also known as 'The Brush', this reserve preserves one of only a few remnants of this rare rainforest type in Australia, and ... Visit website for more info
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Tinonee Orchid Nursery

768 Tinonee Road, Tinonee NSW 2430
Established in 1984, Tinonee Orchid Nursery is one of Australia's leading orchid nurseries. They specialise in the breeding and propagation of many genera of orchids, from native Australian orchids to most of the popular genera from many other countries around the world. Cultural talks and morning tea facilities are available. Wheelchair accessible, with buses and club groups welcome. Free monthly growing classes and advice. Free catalogue and cultural notes are available on request. During the year an open day is held which includes potting demonstrations and advice from experienced growers. Light refreshments and food are available.
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Mondrook Garden Cafe Gallery and Function Centre

699 Tinonee Road, Mondrook, Tinonee NSW 2430
Mondrook Garden, Cafe and Gallery offers you a warm country welcome and the friendly service you deserve. Experience the best nature has to offer. Explore the beautiful gardens, walk around the dam full of wild ducks and see lots other bird life, and yes if you're lucky enough you may even see the resident Koala in the tree tops. It's all so tranquil and relaxing! Available at the gallery and café are crafts and other gift items, home made jams, jellies and relishes, fresh light lunches, morning and afternoon teas, espresso coffee. The premises are family and wheel chair friendly. They also specialise in weddings, birthdays, functions and bus groups with seating for up to 50 people. .
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The Famous Tinonee Cafe and Gift Shop

6 Manchester Street, Tinonee NSW 2430
The Famous Tinonee Cafe is a destination cafe located on the Manning River in the quaint town of Tinonee. A five minute drive from Taree and around three and a half hours north of Sydney. The cafe serves light lunches, home baked cakes and slices and fine brewed coffee. There is an English lollies shop and smart little gift shop on site.
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Tinonee Museum

32 Manchester Street, Tinonee NSW 2430
The purpose of the Tinonee Historical Society Museum is to preserve the past for current and future generations. It is a place for learning, remembrance and to honour the pioneers and founders of our local area, Tinonee. Tinonee Historical Society Museum is a small unique museum where you can research the history of the area. Experience the local history with an inspection of the original Gaol Cell which is located inside the Museum.
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Club Taree

121 Wingham Road, Taree NSW 2430
Club Taree, located on the Wingham Road just north of the Taree central business district, is the largest club in the Manning Valley. Providing ample car and coach parking, the club also has a shuttle bus service. A joint RSL and golf club, they have a picturesque 21 hole golf course. Club Taree also has the largest, modern conference facilities in the area and is renowned for its weddings, functions, and premium entertainment. With weekly entertainment in the main lounge and a variety of regular activities including Charity Housie, raffles, bingo, and other promotions, you are sure to be thoroughly entertained. The Ironbark Restaurant/Bistro provides superior cuisine seven days a week with a range of daily specials available. Or visit the all new Lilly Pilly Cafe for light snacks and coffee.
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Taree Ten Pin Bowl

55 Muldoon Street, Taree NSW 2430
Everyone is welcome at Taree Ten Pin Bowling Alley. Enjoy a great day or night out with friends and family, or start up a regular social game. Specialising in birthday parties for groups of eight or more, Taree Ten Pin Bowling Alley can take care of everything, including the food. Glow Bowling is available on Friday and Saturday nights after 6pm. Facilities include wheelchair friendly access ramps, bowling ball ramps, and an on-site cafe serving great coffee and food. Fantastic offers and deals are available, especially during the school holidays. Visitors to the Manning Valley are most welcome, so phone and reserve your lane now!
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Taree Craft Centre

77 Pulteney Street, Taree NSW 2430
Located in a lovely historical building, Taree Craft Cottage displays and sells a diverse range of quality items handcrafted by their talented members. This is the ideal place to shop for that perfect gift for any occasion. There are also two large classrooms where regular craft classes are held as well as the Cottage Cafe serving home baked cheese cakes, scones, biscuits and quiches and good espresso coffee - eat in or take away.
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Mentges Master Meats

Lot 12 Kanangra Drive, Taree NSW 2430
Mentges Master Meats is a very unique continental smallgoods shop. For over 700 years this German family of artisan butchers has been handing down their traditions, and their methods remain unchanged. Today, Rudi Mentges is manufacturing meat goods from the same traditional recipes in his Taree shop. Through his hands, 700 years of tradition comes to life. The genuine flavours of Europe without artificial colours or flavourings. People come from all over NSW to partake in this wonderful tradition. Mentges Master Meat products are of very high quality. All of the 40 different traditional continental meat products, as well as terrines and hams, contain no artificial colourings, and are gluten and preservative free. The friendly staff offer in store taste testing, and you will not be disappointed.
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Royal Hotel Taree

202-204 Victoria Street, Taree NSW 2430
Situated in the middle of the Taree town centre, this local is open 10am till late everyday. The surrounding beer garden has stunning river views and a great atmosphere with friendly staff. The bistro cooks up mod oz cuisine with fresh ingredients so why not come in for a meal and stay a while.
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Manning Regional Art Gallery

12 Macquarie Street, Taree NSW 2430
The Manning Regional Art Gallery provides a range of cultural and artistic experiences to residents and visitors in the Manning Valley. The gallery is committed to curating more than 12 exhibitions each year and is responsible for providing access to touring exhibitions otherwise unavailable to residents of the Manning and surrounds. A number of education programs are developed by the gallery each year to involve community participation with the aim of increasing public access to, and understanding of art. The gallery is also available for event hire and is a unique space offering a great ambience. The gallery is supported by Friends of the Manning Regional Art Gallery, a volunteer group of supporters who provide a link between the gallery and the community. Their activities raise the profile of visual arts in the Manning Valley. For more information on events and exhibitions please visit their web site.
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Manning River Hotel

20 Oxley Street, Taree NSW 2430
The Manning River Hotel was built in the late 1950's and has been a regular drop in spot for locals and visitors staying in the surrounding motels. The Manning River Hotel is a family friendly hotel and is home to newly renovated Channels family restaurant and Barista Bar which can cater for any function you desire. The hotel also has a courtesy bus service that runs from 5pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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YMCA Manning Aquatic and Leisure Centre

51 Manning River Drive, Taree NSW 2430
The YMCA Manning Aquatic Leisure Centre is located just north of the central business district in Taree. There is an outdoor, 50 metre, eight lane swimming pool open between October and April. The 25 metre, six lane heated pool is open all year round. The indoor leisure pool has a large permanent water-slide that opens on weekends and during school holidays. The centre offers learn to swim lessons with accredited instructors and Squad level in both junior and adult squads are available The centre has a fully air-conditioned Health Club and Group Fitness Room consisting of bikes, treadmills, rowing machines and stepping machines. Group Fitness Room offers classes in Yoga, Pilates, Pump and much more.
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Cundletown Self-Guided Heritage Walk

21 Manning River Drive, Taree NSW 2430
In 1825, 15,000 acres were granted to Hart Davis and Son by Lord Bathurst of the Colonial Office,. Around 1844 the town was surveyed. In 1855 the grant was purchased by a group of businessmen in Sydney and the first auction of land was held on 31st October 1855. Cundletown was a major shipping port until the railway line went in 1913. This self-guided walk around Cundletown highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately four kilometres. Allow about two hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to stop and finish your tour at the Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society and Museum.
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Tinonee Self-Guided Heritage Walk

21 Manning River Drive, Taree NSW 2430
Tinonee was the second Government town established in the lower Manning to service the farming communities on the west bank. The village was approved in 1854. This self-guided walk around Tinonee highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately 2.2 kilometres. Allow about 1.5 hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. Please click on the Visit Manning Valley website to download a copy of the walk.
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Wingham Self-Guided Heritage Walk

21 Manning River Drive, Taree NSW 2430
Wingham was the first government town established in the Manning area. The village was proclaimed in 1844, three years after the first land grant to Mr George Rowley. The first grant was located in the bight of the river above Wingham, now known as Bungay. This self-guided walk around Wingham highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately five kilometres. Allow up to two and a half hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to visit the many cafes and shops along the route, or stop beside the river for a picnic lunch.
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Taree Leagues Sports Club

43 Cowper Street, Taree NSW 2430
Taree Leagues Sports club provides a friendly, relaxed atmosphere for members and guests, and is an ideal venue for socialising, or just enjoying a nice meal in the restaurant. Taree Leagues Sports Club also offers a wide range of entertainment. The dining room is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through to Sunday. Live bands, Bingo, Raffles and plenty more are happening regularly at the club. There are also a range of activities, from Bowls, Darts, Social Tennis, Social Golf, Cricket and the Travel Club. Club Keno, TAB Facilities and an ATM are all available. The Club Courtesy bus is also available. To book, contact the club. Taree Leagues Sports Club invites you to enjoy their excellent range of cuisine. Phone now to reserve your table.
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Manning Entertainment Centre

31 Manning River Drive, Taree NSW 2430
Manning Entertainment Centre offer first class facilities for the performing arts, from school productions and amateur theatre to artists of national and international acclaim. The Manning Entertainment Centre is a 505 seat theatre in Taree, New South Wales and serves the residents of the Manning Valley, Great Lakes, Gloucester and Camden Haven regions. The Centre was built as a bicentennial project in 1987 at a cost of AUD2.4 million and has a long history of attracting the highest quality performers to the region including The Australian Ballet, Dame Joan Sutherland, Circus Oz, Guy Sebastian and the Doug Anthony Allstars. The Manning Entertainment Centre is an important asset for local performers, with regular use by local schools, dance schools and groups including the Taree Arts Council, Manning Valley Choral Society and Taree and District Eisteddfod.
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The Manning River

Manning Valley, Taree NSW 2430
The Manning River is a double delta river system with two openings. The main mouth of the river is at Harrington with the second opening located at Old Bar. It is one of Australia's few large river systems not to be dammed for water supply purposes anywhere along its catchment. The lower part of the river has several channels dividing coastal land into large islands, such as Mitchells and Oxley Islands. The Manning River and its tributaries have long been havens used by visitors, holiday makers, locals, oyster farmers, anglers and transportation during the early pioneering days. There is an increasing number of public ramps, wharves, pontoons, riverside parks, commercial tourist destinations and towns and villages scattered along the river.
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Manning Mall

Corner Albert and Manning Streets, Taree NSW 2430
The Manning Mall is located on the corner of Albert and Manning Street in the centre of Taree (opposite Taree Centre). Manning Mall is host to Coles, Target and a variety of specialty stores and eateries. Free parking is available in the above ground car park. Designated parking areas for Mums with Prams, Disabled and Seniors are all available in the centre, adjacent to centre entrances.
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Taree Central

Corner of Albert and Manning Streets, Taree NSW 2430
Taree Central is the place for all your shopping needs, home to Woolworths, Big W, over 30 specialty stores and a food court. The centre is located on the corner of Albert Street and Manning Street in the centre of Taree (opposite Manning Mall). Free parking is available at Taree Central in the underground car park. Designated parking areas for Parents with Prams, Disabled and Seniors are all available in the centre, adjacent to centre entrances.
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Cundletown Heritage Walk

Cundletown Township, Cundletown NSW 2430
This self-guided heritage walk around Cundletown highlights a number of built and natural items of special significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately four kilometres long. To ensure that you have the opportunity to visit all the items of interest you will need to allow about two hours. Please remember to take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to stop along the river for a picnic lunch, or finish the tour at the Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society and Museum.
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Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society Inc

Cundletown Hall, Main Street, Cundletown NSW 2430
The Cundletown Lower Manning Historical Society is the ideal place for people seeking to explore their family history in the lower Manning Valley. The museum contains many displays and photos of industry and business from early days, with a large display on dairy and related industries. The museum, open 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Sunday, also has a coffee and craft shop selling home made products and craft.

Taree Leagues Sports Club

43 Cowper Street, Taree NSW 2430
Taree Leagues Sports club provides a friendly, relaxed atmosphere for members and guests, and is an ideal venue for socialising, or just enjoying a nice meal in the restaurant. Taree Leagues Sports Club also offers a wide range of entertainment. The dining room is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through to Sunday. Live bands, Bingo, Raffles and plenty more are happening regularly at the club. There are also a range of activities, from Bowls, Darts, Social Tennis, Social Golf, Cricket and the Travel Club. Club Keno, TAB Facilities and an ATM are all available. The Club Courtesy bus is also available. To book, contact the club. Taree Leagues Sports Club invites you to enjoy their excellent range of cuisine. Phone now to reserve your table....

Wingham Self-Guided Heritage Walk

Wingham Township, Wingham NSW 2429
This self-guided Heritage walk around Wingham highlights a number of built and natural items significant to the history of the town. Wingham Museum is located along the walk. The full walk is approximately five kilometres long. As a guide, it is recommended that to visit all the items of interest you allow about 2.5 hours, take drinking water with you, and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to visit the many cafes and shops along the route or stop at the river for a picnic lunch. The heritage walk brochure is available at the Manning Valley Historical Museum in Farquhar Street, Wingham and the Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre on Manning River Drive, Taree. ...

Envirofair

Corner Macquarie Street and Albert Street, Taree NSW 2430
Envirofair is a community event that takes place annually in the beautiful river city of Taree, in the Manning Valley and proudly presented by Manning Valley community radio station 2BOB 104.7FM. The aim of Envirofair is to raise awareness about environmental protection, and the local environment from its natural assets to the people who live and work within it. The event is a fun-filled family day of entertainment featuring: music, dancing and performance artists; fabulous food from 2BOB Radio's famous Global Cafe and local epicureans; innovative market stalls; displays and demonstrations of ecologically-friendly products and ideas for living; and inspirational environmental speakers. Kids are sorted with a variety of cool activities and workshops for their entertainment, including candle and kite making, circus skills, and face painting, you can even fashion your own instrument from recycled objects with Junk Music, plus heaps more. The event is sponsored by Greater Taree City Council, Mid Coast Water, JR Richards, MidCoast Waste Services, Sea Acres Rainforest Sanctuary, Greenpatch Organic Seeds, Manning River Times, Taree Hire, Holiday Coast Credit Union and 2BOB Radio volunteers....
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Nundoobah Retreat

200 Woola Road, Taree NSW 2430
Escape to tranquillity and experience the true luxury of this 4.5 star property. Nundoobah Retreat, which means"Place of the Grass Tree" in the local Biripi language, is situated in the picturesque Manning Valley, just three hours north of Sydney. Nundoobah Retreat offers just that - a retreat from the pressures of everyday life while providing a beautiful setting. Nundoobah Retreat consists of two romantic cottages and associated guest facilities set on the banks of the magnificent Dawson River. ...

Wingham Annual Show

Wingham Showground, Wingham NSW 2429
The 131st Wingham Annual Show will be three days full of competitions and rides with all the fun of a true agricultural show. Wood chopping, chainsaw competitions, a cattle section and campdrafting. Popular exhibits will be on show in the Exhibition Hall and also, the popular poultry sections, for the children to enjoy. The Friday night Rodeo will have the crowd on their feet with all the excitement happening in the rodeo ring. Saturday will be the People's Family Fun Day from 8am right through until the fireworks at 7.30pm. A crowd favourite, the Demo Derby will be on Saturday afternoon followed by the fireworks spectacular. The main ring will come to life with families filling all vantage points for a view of the action once again. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the Wingham Show in March 2016. ...

Melaleuca Retreat

108 Sandridge Road, Taree NSW 2430
Melaleuca Retreat consists of luxury rustic country cottages on a private 100 acre beachfront property, set in coastal bushland, providing maximum privacy and seclusion. Situated on Mitchells Island, where the North arm of the Manning River enters the sea, it is just three hours from Sydney and a short drive from Old Bar and Taree's shopping districts. The fully self-contained cottages are fitted out to provide every possible comfort. Relax in your private spa pool, pamper yourself with a full body massage, play a game of tennis, wander about the 100 acre property, take a walk along 10 kilometres of white sandy beach, or just sit under a tree or on the beach, relax, and read a book. ...

Taree Heritage Walk

Around Taree, Taree NSW 2430
The Manning Valley was first explored by John Oxley in late 1818 but the first town did not appear in the Valley until 1850's. Taree did not start to prosper until the 1920's when the arrival of the railway saw the town increase in popularity and industry start to establish itself in agriculture, forestry and dairying due to reliable access to the Sydney markets. This self-guided walk around Taree highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the city. The walk is approximately five kilometres. Allow up to two and a half hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to stop along the river bank for lunch. The Western Walk begins and ends at Fotheringham Park, and features the Manning River, Taree West Conservation Area, churches, and public buildings. ...

The Hub Markets Taree

Taree Showground, Taree NSW 2430
Held on the third Saturday of the month, this is Taree's biggest markets selling everything from books, crafts, candles, unique gifts, and plenty of locally grown produce....

VRA Weekend on Wheels

Cowper Street, Taree NSW 2430
Weekend on Wheels is a family friendly event held each year in May. All proceeds go towards the Manning Volunteer rescue squad. Major stands and displays include both NSW Police and Fire Brigade. Children can look forward to a visit by Big Dog. Vintage cars and hot rods will be on display both days, as will a bike display, food stalls, markets, and entertainment for all ages....

Hub Market

Taree Showground 24 Muldoon St, Taree NSW 2430