One of Australia’s best holiday hideaways lies on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. Beachside of Kempsey, you’ll find the Macleay Valley Coast.
For decades surfers from all over the world have flocked to this section of beach; famous for one of the longest and most legendary point breaks in Australia.
While the secret of one of Australia’s top holiday spots is out, you’ll still find a little piece of paradise to have all to yourself; if you don’t mind sharing the vista with dolphins, whales, turtles, kangaroos and magnificent birdlife.
There’s a choice of great places to stay along the Macleay Valley Coast with a large selection of camping, caravan, cabin and bungalow accommodation either right on the water or nestled against the rainforest at Crescent Head, Hat Head, Horseshoe Bay, Stuarts Point and Grassy Head.
All the Macleay Valley Coast Holiday Parks are in close proximity to great surfing spots, excellent fishing, beautiful beaches for swimming and snorkelling, national parks where the rainforest meets the sea, tranquil creeks, world-class dive spots including Australia’s only dive-through cave, beachside villages and interesting places of historical significance.