What is there to do in a coastal region when the weather turns chilly? The answer is, plenty, especially when winter in the Macleay is mostly blue clear skies and crisp, cooler days.
Here are our top nine ways to enjoy winter on the Macleay Valley Coast.
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There is the iconic point break at Crescent Head and one of the world’s best cave dives off South West Rocks. Camping in the national parks is popular, too.
Kayaking on the Macleay River is a wonderful way to experience the natural beauty of both the hinterland and the coast. The meandering waterway flows through the valley and into the sea at South West Rocks. Bring your fishing rod and cast a line for freshwater fish upstream or estuary fish.
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The Macleay Valley welcomes visitors to our beautiful area. From beachfront and creekside caravan parks to the space and tranquillity of one of our National Parks and Reserves to the picturesque hinterland, you’ll find a range of camping options in the Macleay Valley Coast.