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Kew

Kew is the gateway to Greater Port Macquarie. Kew is a busy service centre on the Pacific Highway. Close by explore the Hinterlands and National Parks, beaches and waterways.

Kew: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Kerewong State Forest


Swans Crossing in Kerewong State Forest is a popular picnic and camping area for families set on a former dairy/beef property owned by the Swan family. Now, surrounding regenerated native forest and hardwood plantations provide a lush backdrop to this beautiful expansive area. The nearby shallows of Upsalls Creek provide a cool, quiet swimming spot. The historical Longworth's Tramway Heritage Walk is only a short drive away, with connecting bushwalking trails offering even more for the nature lover.




Upsalls Creek Road,
(Kew)
Kendall, NSW, 2439

Located 0.2K from Kew

Kendall Tennis Club


Kendall Tennis club is one of Australia's most awarded tennis clubs. With three new hard courts to complement the three synthetic grass the club can enjoy six courts for its 300 members. They have Paralympian and Australia's Wheelchair player Janel Manns training and playing in regular competition.

The club won Tennis Australia's AOBlitz Tennis power town in 2014 and 2015 in which Rafa and Novak were playing for Kendall during the Australian Open. John Fitzgerald along with the Australia Open trophies visited the town for the opening of the new courts in August.

The club is a feeder club for the Sydney International Ball Person Squad. It's more than just a tennis club offering youth activities, fun days,social events,coaching,day and night competitions for all standards, Hot Shot tennis,club championships and court hire. The club promotes social inclusion, health and wellbeing and is run by volunteers.






Graham Street
Kendall, NSW, 2439

Located 1.9K from Kew

North Brother Mountain


Situated in the Dooragan National Park, North Brother Mountain offers some of the most accessible, panoramic views on the east coast of Australia. The immediate view is over the magnificent Camden Haven Inlet with the Camden Haven River winding between Queens and Watson Taylors Lakes. Views extend to Crowdy Head in the south and as far as Mount Yarrahappini in the north. The mountain is a 'mecca' for para-gliders and hang gliders. If you are looking for than a view, then try the challenging Laurieton Track - if you dare!




Captain Cook Bicentenary Road
Laurieton, NSW, 2443

Located 5.2K from Kew

Bird Tree and Benaroon


Bird Tree and Benaroon, two of the biggest Blackbutt trees in New South Wales are situated in the Middle Brother National Park. Benaroon is rated as the largest Blackbutt in Australia and has a girth of 15 metres. Bird Tree, is 69 metres high, with a girth of 11 metres. Scientists estimate these trees predate the arrival of Captain Cook to Australia. The Bird Tree day use area provides a loop walk past the two giant trees.

This park is home to the largest and highest of the Three Brother Mountains in the Camden Haven region of the New South Wales mid north coast. Middle Brother or Yoorigan stands 558 metres above sea level and is a dominant feature when travelling the Pacific Highway.

The summit of Middle Brother is a mecca for para and hang gliders. A ramp has been installed by local pilots for these sports.





via Batar Creek Road
Kendall, NSW, 2439

Located 6.9K from Kew

Camden Haven Historical Society Museum


The Camden Haven Historical Society Museum is situated in the beautiful School of Arts building at Laurieton on the NSW Mid North Coast. The museum, which is run by local volunteers, features displays on timber-getting, fishing, marine activities, farming and more. The focal point of the museum is the Camden Haven Valley and its villages. It is a work constantly in progress with history, as they say, 'starting with the morning's news'. The Museum Society also sells a range of books on local history.

The Museum is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am to 1pm.




Bold Street,
Corner Laurie Street
Laurieton, NSW, 2443

Located 7.2K from Kew

Kew: Events

Camden Haven Show


The Camden Haven Show holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Kendall and the surrounding districts, having maintained its rural charm and agricultural focus.

Events and exhibitions include: horses and cattle, poultry, flowers, fruit and vegetables, baby show, stalls, dog show, showgirls, art exhibition, chainsaw racers, photography, tractor display, Camden Haven Concert Band, rides and amusements and wood chopping.






Batar Creek Road
Kendall, NSW, 2439

Located 2.4K from Kew

King of the Mountain


The King of the Mountain is a five kilometre 'fun' run to the summit of Laurieton's North Brother Mountain.

The event, conducted by the Camden Haven Surf Club, continues to grow and attracts runners from around the state. The course follows the road to the summit and climbs 450 metres over the five kilometre duration.

The event is open to all levels of fitness and teams are welcome. Prizes are awarded for King and Queen of the Mountain, junior entries, team entries and participation.


Event Dates
2017
      20th Aug


Laurieton Track,
North Brother Mountain Track
Laurieton, NSW, 2443

Located 6.5K from Kew

Summer Showcase Art Exhibition and Sale


Come and view the Summer Showcase Art Exhibition and Sale at the Laurieton United Services Club (LUSC).

Hastings Valley Fine Art Association presents their annual Summer Showcase Art Exhibition and Sale, which features the AUD1,000 Mid North Coast Open Art Prize.

All works are for sale, both framed and unframed as well as original gift cards.

The official opening and awards presentation will be on Wednesday, 28 December 2016 from 6.30pm.

The exhibition is open daily from 10am to 4pm.


Event Dates
2016
      28th Dec
      29th Dec
      30th Dec
      31st Dec
2017
      1st Jan
      2nd Jan
      3rd Jan
      4th Jan
      5th Jan
      6th Jan
      7th Jan
      8th Jan


Seymour Street,
Laurieton United Services Club
Laurieton, NSW, 2443

Located 7.2K from Kew

Riverwalk Markets


Held on the third Sunday of every month at Bruce Porter Reserve, on the banks of the beautiful Camden Haven River at Laurieton, the Riverwalk Markets showcase local produce, gourmet foods, arts and craft, plants, and bric-a-brac. Stall holders come from as far as Newcastle and the Hunter Valley, such is the popularity of the markets. Pony rides and a jumping castle are regular features, as well as live music.


Event Dates
2016
      18th Dec
2017
      15th Jan
      19th Feb
      19th Mar
      16th Apr
      21st May
      18th Jun
      16th Jul
      20th Aug
      17th Sep
      15th Oct
      19th Nov


Tunis Street,
Bruce Porter Reserve
Laurieton, NSW, 2443

Located 7.2K from Kew

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