Local Attractions

There is just so much to see, do and to explore in the Manning Valley.

The Manning Valley offers 9 stunning National Parks and reserves, 45 kilometres of pristine coastline and the only double delta river system in Australia with two entrances to the ocean. This rugged natural environment was made for adventure with endless walking trails, mountain bike tracks, rapids, waterfalls, beaches, lookouts, fishing and more. Whether you're travelling by foot, bike, car or boat, you're sure to discover the hidden gems that lie within the Manning Valley.

The great outdoors might be our biggest draw-card, but our 26 seaside and hinterland towns a villages are equally impressive and waiting to welcome you. Each town comes with its own unique vibe and offerings, from cute cafes and farmer's markets to quirky festivals and vintage shops, we're certain you'll find something you love about each one.

The Manning Valley also features a wide variety of cultural and creative attractions. From quaint tea houses selling local crafts to galleries showcasing award-winning artists and entertainment venues, you're sure to find something that tickles your fancy.

Right across the road from Artisans is Mondrook Gardens, a delightful cafe in a lovely garden setting.

To find out more visit the Manning Valley Tourism Website or visit the Barrington Coast Facebook Page