The Kempsey Visitor Information Centre is the place to get the latest information on where to go, what to see and where to stay.
The Kempsey Visitor Information Centre is located within the Val Melville Centre, amongst the leafy green trees in South Kempsey Park on Lachlan Street, south of Kempsey’s Central Business District.
The Val Melville Centre was designed by award winning Architect Glenn Murcutt and houses the Visitor Information Centre as well as the Macleay River Historical Society Museum and the Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery.
Manned by our amazing team of friendly and informative staff, the centre also boasts a large range of brochures, maps and souvenirs.
Its a great spot to break your journey & stretch your legs, there’s even a kids playground to wear out the littlies! There is plenty of parking for cars, caravans, motorhome and buses with a shelter shed in the park along with BBQ facilities. There is an off-leash area behind the Visitor Information Centre between the oval and railway fence so the dog can stretch its legs too and there is plenty of grass for travellers with horses.
South Kempsey Park has ample toilets with a toilet block separate to the Val Melville Centre as well toilets at the front of the building, this includes wheel chair accessible toilets.
Freecall: 1800 642 480 or 02 6563 1555
Open 7 days
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 10:00am – 4:00pm
Val Melville Centre
South Kempsey Park, 62-118 Lachlan Street
Call: 1800 642 480