Manning Valley… naturally! is a region located on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
The region has numerous national parks, nature reserves, rare subtropical rainforests and pristine rivers including the Manning River which is a unique twin river system. Manning Valley is also home to one of the largest single drop waterfalls in the southern hemisphere. It is also home to 40 kilometres of coastline, providing many beautiful beaches and reputedly some of the best surfing on the New South Wales North Coast.
The Manning Valley is also a nature-lover’s dream with an abundance of National Parks including Brimbin, Crowdy Bay, Coorabakh, Tapin Tops, Wingham Brush and Saltwater, here you will find hidden waterfalls and caves, bush walks and great lookouts.
The Legendary Ellenborough Falls with a 200 metre drop waterfall and Wingham Brush Nature reserve with 100 year old Moreton Bay figs are not to be missed.