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Ghinni Ghinni

Ghinni Ghinni is approximately 9 kilometres north of Taree on the Pacific Highway. The aboriginal name for Ghinni Ghinni means the home of the mud crab. Located at Ghinni Ghinni is Ghinni Wines, a boutique winery on the banks of the mighty Manning River. The winery specialises in fruit and vegetable style wines such as Raspberry, Blueberry, Chilli and Pumpkin. There is also the Other Side Cafe, Gallery Teahouse. A very popular Cafe for people travelling and locals alike.

Ghinni Ghinni: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society Inc


The Cundletown Lower Manning Historical Society is the ideal place for people seeking to explore their family history in the lower Manning Valley.

The museum contains many displays and photos of industry and business from early days, with a large display on dairy and related industries.

The museum, open 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Sunday, also has a coffee and craft shop selling home made products and craft.






Cundletown Hall,
Main Street
Cundletown, NSW, 2430

Located 3.7K from Ghinni Ghinni

Cundletown Heritage Walk


This self-guided heritage walk around Cundletown highlights a number of built and natural items of special significance to the history of the village.

The walk is approximately four kilometres long. To ensure that you have the opportunity to visit all the items of interest you will need to allow about two hours. Please remember to take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes.

You may also like to allow time to stop along the river for a picnic lunch, or finish the tour at the Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society and Museum.






Cundletown Township
Cundletown, NSW, 2430

Located 3.8K from Ghinni Ghinni

Manning Mall


Manning Mall is one of two shopping centre located in Taree and is home to Coles, Target, Telstra, Cotton On, Jeans West and a host of specialty stores, bakery and eateries.

The Mall is located on one level and has easy access for wheelchairs, prams and seniors, with free car parking available adjacent to the centre entrance.

Open seven days for your convenience, why not become a member of the Manning Mall Mighty Monkeys Kids Club? All of their members receive regular newsletters to keep up to date with what's happening in the centre, their great school holiday activities, as well as some fantastic competitions! Check out website for more details.






Corner Albert and Manning Streets
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 4.0K from Ghinni Ghinni

Taree Central


Taree Central is located in the middle of the Taree Central Business District and is home to Woolworths, Big W, Susan, Katie's, Millers, Mather's and over 30 other specialty stores. The centre also has a food court and bakers delight.

Free three hour undercover parking is available below the centre and accessible via a lift or escalator.

Both bus stop and taxi rank are located outside the store entrance and the Taree railway station is a flat 10 minute walk.

The centre also runs fun activities for the kids during New South Wales school holidays.





Corner of Albert and Manning Streets
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 4.0K from Ghinni Ghinni

The Manning River


The Manning River is a double delta river system with two openings. The main mouth of the river is at Harrington with the second opening located at Old Bar. It is one of Australia's few large river systems not to be dammed for water supply purposes anywhere along its catchment.

The lower part of the river has several channels dividing coastal land into large islands, such as Mitchells and Oxley Islands.

The Manning River and its tributaries have long been havens used by visitors, holiday makers, locals, oyster farmers, anglers and transportation during the early pioneering days.

There is an increasing number of public ramps, wharves, pontoons, riverside parks, commercial tourist destinations and towns and villages scattered along the river.





Manning Valley
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 5.7K from Ghinni Ghinni

Manning Entertainment Centre


Manning Entertainment Centre offer first class facilities for the performing arts, from school productions and amateur theatre to artists of national and international acclaim.

The Manning Entertainment Centre is a 505 seat theatre in Taree, New South Wales and serves the residents of the Manning Valley, Great Lakes, Gloucester and Camden Haven regions.

The Centre was built as a bicentennial project in 1987 at a cost of AUD2.4 million and has a long history of attracting the highest quality performers to the region including The Australian Ballet, Dame Joan Sutherland, Circus Oz, Guy Sebastian and the Doug Anthony Allstars.

The Manning Entertainment Centre is an important asset for local performers, with regular use by local schools, dance schools and groups including the Taree Arts Council, Manning Valley Choral Society and Taree and District Eisteddfod.




31 Manning River Drive
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 5.8K from Ghinni Ghinni

Wingham Self-Guided Heritage Walk


Wingham was the first government town established in the Manning area. The village was proclaimed in 1844, three years after the first land grant to Mr George Rowley. The first grant was located in the bight of the river above Wingham, now known as Bungay.

This self-guided walk around Wingham highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately five kilometres. Allow up to two and a half hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes.

You may also like to allow time to visit the many cafes and shops along the route, or stop beside the river for a picnic lunch.




21 Manning River Drive
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 6.9K from Ghinni Ghinni

Cundletown Self-Guided Heritage Walk


In 1825, 15,000 acres were granted to Hart Davis and Son by Lord Bathurst of the Colonial Office,. Around 1844 the town was surveyed. In 1855 the grant was purchased by a group of businessmen in Sydney and the first auction of land was held on 31st October 1855. Cundletown was a major shipping port until the railway line went in 1913.

This self-guided walk around Cundletown highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately four kilometres. Allow about two hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes.

You may also like to allow time to stop and finish your tour at the Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society and Museum.




21 Manning River Drive
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 6.9K from Ghinni Ghinni

Tinonee Self-Guided Heritage Walk


Tinonee was the second Government town established in the lower Manning to service the farming communities on the west bank. The village was approved in 1854.

This self-guided walk around Tinonee highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the village. The walk is approximately 2.2 kilometres. Allow about 1.5 hours to visit all the items of interest. Take drinking water and wear comfortable shoes.

Please click on the Visit Manning Valley website to download a copy of the walk.







21 Manning River Drive
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 6.9K from Ghinni Ghinni

Ghinni Ghinni: Events

Envirofair


Envirofair is a community event that takes place annually in the beautiful river city of Taree, in the Manning Valley and proudly presented by Manning Valley community radio station 2BOB 104.7FM.

The aim of Envirofair is to raise awareness about environmental protection, and the local environment from its natural assets to the people who live and work within it. The event is a fun-filled family day of entertainment featuring: music, dancing and performance artists; fabulous food from 2BOB Radio's famous Global Cafe and local epicureans; innovative market stalls; displays and demonstrations of ecologically-friendly products and ideas for living; and inspirational environmental speakers.

Kids are sorted with a variety of cool activities and workshops for their entertainment, including candle and kite making, circus skills, and face painting, you can even fashion your own instrument from recycled objects with Junk Music, plus heaps more.

The event is sponsored by Greater Taree City Council, Mid Coast Water, JR Richards, MidCoast Waste Services, Sea Acres Rainforest Sanctuary, Greenpatch Organic Seeds, Manning River Times, Taree Hire, Holiday Coast Credit Union and 2BOB Radio volunteers.


Event Dates
2017
      12th Jun


Corner Macquarie Street and Albert Street,
Taree Park
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 6.9K from Ghinni Ghinni

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