Killick Creek is a small estuary on the mid-north coast of NSW connected to the ocean adjacent to the township of Crescent Head. Killick Creek is the principal natural waterway through the township and consequently is used by residents for a variety of recreational activities. Located immediately adjacent to the southern foreshore of Killick Creek is the Crescent Head Caravan Park.
During the holiday season (early October to late April), the caravan park and other holiday accommodation within the town attracts a large number of tourists to Crescent Head, who also utilise Killick Creek, especially swimming within the entrance channel.
The Killick Creek footbridge is an iconic feature in the village of Crescent Head and people can often be found taking photos on it or fishing from it.