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NSW Midcoast Wanderer

NSW Midcoast Wanderer

Take some time to soak in the stunning coastline of the New South Wales' Mid North Coast. From the picturesque Manning River to the crystal clear waters of Forster Tuncurry, you will be recharged by the opportunity to relax and visit the local attractions including the National Motorcycle Museum, Crowdy Head Lighthouse and the Slim Dusty Centre in Kempsey.

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6 days



  • See dolphins frollicking in the bow waves of our cruise at Forster Tuncurry

  • View vintage bikes at the National Motorcycle Museum

  • Relax on board the Hasting River Sunset Cruise

  • Immerse yourself in an Australian Life in Song at the Slim Dusty Centre in Kempsey

  • Stroll through Sea Acres Rainforest Centre

  • Visit Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

  • Take a guided tour of Ricardoes Tomatoes


  • Ensuite accommodation – twin share basis

  • Taxi home pickup and return within the Greater Brisbane area*

  • Flights

  • 16 quality meals

  • Entries and attractions as shown

  • Modern luxury tour coach

  • Experienced Coach Captain and attentive Tour Hostess

  • Morning Tea



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Day 1

Brisbane - Coffs Harbour
Today is the start of a delightful tour highlighting the New South Wales Mid North Coast. Enjoy morning tea alongside the Nerang River before crossing the border. Stop for lunch in Ballina before travelling through picturesque scenery, arriving in Coffs Harbour for our overnight stay.

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Day 2

Coffs Harbour - Port Macquarie
After breakfast, travel to Kempsey for a visit to the Slim Dusty Centre. This multi purpose facility houses The Slim Dusty Museum, an 'Australian Life in song' along with an information centre and a merchandise shop with unique Slim Dusty gifts along with products from the local region. Take a journey through Birpai Country at the Sea Acres Rainforest Centre in Port Macquarie. Learn about the rich Aboriginal culture of the Port Macquarie region and be captivated as they showcase the local National Parks. This afternoon, check into our accommodation before enjoying a sunset cruise on the Hastings River. Return to the motel for a later dinner.

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Day 3

Port Macquarie - Harrington
This morning we make our way to Wauchope for a visit to Timbertown, depicting the colonial era of a sawmiller's village in northern New South Wales. Entry includes a steam train ride, horse and carriage ride, miniature train ride, gold panning experience and blacksmith demonstration. You can also see the steam sawmill, cottages, church and school house. Next we visit Kendall Craft Co-operative located at Kendall Railway Station, which offers a great range of bric-a-brac and treats. Continue on to Big Brother Lookout in Doorangan National Park before a visit to Laurieton. Late afternoon arrive at the seaside town of Harrington to settle in for the next three nights. Set on the banks of the picturesque Manning River, Harrington River Lodge is the perfect location to relax and unwind, offering stunning views of the river with the surrounding mountains as a backdrop.

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Day 4

Taree - Manning - Wingham
Our journey begins with a visit to Crowdy Lighthouse, one of five similar NSW lights designed by colonial architect James Barnett. Travel on to Taree which was established in 1854 as a private town, proclaimed as a municipality in 1885 and a city in 1981. It derives its name from the Aboriginal tareebin, referring to a local wild fig. Enjoy a catered morning tea and some time to browse at the Taree Craft Cottage. Continue on to Manning Point, situated on the southern side of the Manning River, for lunch before arriving in Wingham where a local guide will provide a town tour.

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Day 5

Wallis Lake Cruise - Nabiac Motor Museum
Today we explore the calm and pristine waters of Forster/Tuncurry's famous Wallis Lake. At roughly four times the size of Sydney Harbour, Wallis Lake is a vast and beautiful waterway, home to a variety of marine and birdlife so be sure to have your cameras ready. Following lunch, visit the National Motorcycle Museum. Motorcycles have played a very important part in Australia's transport history, as they provided a cheap method of motor transport. In the 1950s and 60s, many Australians' first motor vehicle was a motorcycle. Among the favourite machines on display are a Kenilworth scooter (1919), a twin cylinder water-cooled 2 stroke Scott and a Vincent Black Knight.

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Day 6

Harrington - Sydney - Brisbane
This morning we farewell our hosts before making our way to Karuah, stopping for morning tea on the waters edge. Continue on to Sydney for lunch before making our way to the airport for your flight back to Brisbane.

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B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner



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