Stuarts Point is a quiet, riverside village situated on the arm of the Macleay River as it empties into the Pacific Ocean. If you have a boat or love your fishing, this place is a dream come true. There is a boat ramp and mooring available, and an almost unlimited choice of beach and river fishing spots.
A quaint timber footbridge allows you to cross the river and walk through the sand dunes to access the beach. If you fancy exploring a little further afield you can take an easy walk all the way to Grassy Head to see the former mouth of the Macleay River. Walk along the river or (alternatively) along the beach and over the headland. Both walks take about an hour.