Macleay Valley Coast

North Coast NSW Australia

The Macleay Valley Coast area lies within the North Coast region of NSW Australia.

Bounded by Nambucca Valley in the north, the Tasman Sea in the east, Greater Port Macquarie in the south, and the New England High Country in the west. The Macleay Valley Coast is approximately 428 kilometres north of Sydney and 538 kilometres south of Brisbane.

The traditional owners of this area are the Dunghutti Aboriginal people. Extending from the eastern coast to the tablelands in the west, Dunghutti country encompasses Kempsey, Bellbrook, and the towns of the Macleay Valley Coast.

The Macleay Valley Coast stretches along the Legendary Pacific Coast, from Crescent Head in the south to Grassy Head in the north. Encapsulating Comara, Bellbrook, Grassy Head, South West Rocks, Hat Head, Crescent Head, Kundabung, Kempsey and everywhere in between.

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
~ Henry Miller

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The region includes the townships and localities of: