Get yourself to Grassy Head to discover one of the Macleay Valley Coast’s unspoiled gems. Grassy Head is a great holiday spot for families, thanks to its abundance of fish and birdlife, kilometres of white sandy beaches and dense, natural bushland. The headland itself offers a beautiful view of the Macleay Valley Coast.
The beach has gentle waves, is safe for swimming and is patrolled during the school holidays, excluding winter. The rainforests of the Way Way State Forest and Pines Picnic Area are just behind Grassy Head, and there is Four-Wheel Drive tracks within the Way Way State Forest and Yarriabini National Park for those seeking adventure.
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Kempsey Shire Council acknowledges the land of the Thungutti/Dunghutti Nation. We pay respect to Elders past and present. We acknowledge the role of emerging leaders to continue to guide us in the future. We acknowledge the Stolen Generations and the need to change practices to be inclusive. This land always was and always will be Thungutti/Dunghutti land.
Macleay Valley Coast is the destination brand of Kempsey Shire Council
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