Greater Port Macquarie NSW 2439

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Located within the Greater Port Macquarie region of the Mid North Coast; Kendall sits on the banks of the Camden Haven River.

The Camden Haven area includes all townships from Lake Cathie in the North, Johns River to the South and inland to Comboyne.

Let us be your family-friendly guide to Kendall. Go where the locals go! Explore local, choose local and support local.

“If we experienced life through the eyes of a child, everything would be magical and extraordinary. Let our curiosity, adventure and wonder of life never end.”
~ Akiane Kramarik

Explore Kendall

Halfway between Taree and Port Macquarie, Kendall is approximately 35 kilometres south of Port Macquarie via Pacific Highway A1, less than 3 kilometres west of the Kew exit.


Kendall NSW 2439

Explore Kendall

Kendall for Families

Checking all the boxes for nature lovers, the region’s natural beauty speaks for itself.

Accommodation for Families

Discover exceptional family-friendly stays and an array of activities tailored for kids within Laurieton and the Camden Haven area.

Educational Discoveries

Embark on a learning journey with abundant educational resources and opportunities awaiting families in the Laurieton area.

Event Planning

Planning a family event? Uncover resources and services perfect for family gatherings in the Laurieton area.

Health & Wellbeing Support

Access local health services and a wealth of resources dedicated to enhancing your family's physical and social well-being in the Laurieton area.

Shop Locally

Delve into local retailers offering unique products crafted in the Laurieton area, supporting the community and discovering treasures.

Sporting Pursuits

Discover sports centres, clubs, and activities designed to keep the whole family active and engaged in the Laurieton area.

Things To Do

Explore a plethora of fun, family-friendly activities awaiting discovery in Laurieton and the Camden Haven area.

Did you know…

Kendall is named after the Australian poet Henry Kendall who lived in the area from 1875 to 1881.