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Rollands Plains

Rolland Plains is located half an hour west of Port Macquarie with a country village feel to the township.

Rollands Plains: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Fruit Salad Tree Company


A fruit salad tree, developed by the West family, who established the Fruit Salad Tree Company in 1990, in New England, New South Wales, bears up to six different fruits of the same family on the one plant. All fruits retain their own individuality, with staggered ripening times.

The Fruit Salad Tree can be grown in the ground as for normal fruit trees, or in pots for those people with very limited space. Instead of having numerous different trees with more fruit than your household can consume there is only one tree with all of the fruits ripening naturally over a period of months. There can be more than one variety of an individual fruit on a tree, thus extending the picking time.

Visit the orchard and purchase your own Fruit Salad Tree. See how they are grafted and put together for one tree with many varieties of fruit.




596 Littles Loop Road
Rollands Plains, NSW, 2441

Located 7.8K from Rollands Plains

Stoney Park Waterski Wakeboard Park


World famous Stoney Park is situated at Telegraph Point, which is about 15 minutes north of beautiful Port Macquarie. At Stoney Park, they have created the ultimate skiers paradise, with two man made lakes which are fully equipped with slalom courses, jumps, sliders and kicker ramps. The lakes have been specifically designed at right angles to each other, to allow for optimum skiing conditions behind the two powerful, sleek MasterCraft Pro Star performance defining ski boats.

Stoney Park is home to many international champions in slalom, trick and jump and is a popular training destination for American, Asian and New Zealand skiers.

When you're not skiing, Port Macquarie is known for many famous tourist destinations, from visiting the Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park, to surfing at world famous beaches.





16 Hacks Ferry Road
Telegraph Point, NSW, 2441

Located 13.0K from Rollands Plains

Banyandah Studio


Situated less than 15 minutes from Crescent Head, Banyandah Studio offers beautiful surroundings including a working Alpaca Farm and fruits in season.

The ancient form of Encaustic Art using beeswax as paints is demonstrated on site. Also, contemporary art featuring surfing and local landscape are available for sale. It is also the home of 6Ps Surf Films where from time to time editing takes place, and can also be demonstrated.

You are always welcome to come and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in lush coastal surroundings.






1248 Maria River Road
Crescent Head, NSW, 2440

Located 18.5K from Rollands Plains

Mount Boss State Forest


Only a short drive from Wauchope, Mount Boss State Forest is the local's secret spot!

Cobrabald visitor areas offer two separate camping areas. Wild Bull is the larger of the two, with barbecue facilities, picnic shelter and a deep, cool waterhole just perfect for a summer dip - it's also home to some catfish! Further down river, the Bluff Picnic Area features interesting rock formations, swimming holes and a quiet, secluded spot perfect for couples or small groups.




Cobrabald Road
Wauchope, NSW, 2446

Located 20.5K from Rollands Plains

Rollands Plains: Events

Meals in the Fields


Meals in the Fields is a celebration of local, ethical pasture raised produce sourced from the fields that provide the sublime setting for the event, and are partnered with wine, beer and cider from nearby Mid North Coast producers.

Utilising pork from Near River, and poultry from Burrawong Gaian, each course is accompanied with the farms fresh vegetables, and feature flavours from the native boundary and shelter plantings.

Originally an annual event, 2016 sees Meals in the Fields running each season.

To find out about the unique events, join their newsletter, as the organisers offer their mailing list the first opportunity to purchase tickets for these sell out paddock to plate celebrations.


Event Dates
2016
      11th Sep
2017
      8th Jan
      11th Mar
      17th Jun


1466 Pappinbarra Road,
Near River
Hollisdale, NSW, 2446

Located 17.8K from Rollands Plains

Grown and Gathered Community Market


This local community market is fast becoming known as the region's friendliest market.

The premise of the market was originally based on the idea of "re-use, recycle, repurpose" with local valley residents bringing their farm produce excesses to the local hall to barter and share with other residents. Since then, this little market has grown to include fantastic food, great coffee, eclectic and interesting stalls including jewellery, artworks, metal work, recycled clothing, knitwear, jams, preserves and plenty more. It changes each month so there's always something new to see.

The drive is about 45 minutes from Port Macquarie through the gorgeous Pappinbarra Valley past Beechwood. If you enjoy a scenic drive with a fantastic destination at the end, come and see them on the First Sunday of each month from 9am-12noon.


Event Dates
2016
      4th Sep
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      4th Dec


1493 Pappinbarra Road
Hollisdale, NSW, 2446

Located 18.1K from Rollands Plains

Wauchope Farmers Market


The Wauchope Farmers' Market is held on the fourth Saturday of the month.

The Wauchope Farmers' Market provides an opportunity for local farmers and food producers to sell a large variety of produce and hand crafted gourmet food products direct to the public.

It is a well established community market built on a philosophy of providing the freshest, the best, and the healthiest alternatives to the community, with produce and product often hand-picked the day before the market.




High Street
Wauchope, NSW, 2446

Located 20.4K from Rollands Plains

Wauchope Lasiandra Festival


The first Lasiandra Festival was held in 1984 and it has continued annually since then, always taking place from the second Saturday in March to coincide with the floral spectacular of the lasiandra in bloom. The festival is run entirely by volunteers and proceeds from the festival are used for the promotion and beautification of Wauchope. The festival continues through the entire month of March.

Festival Program highlights include Purple People Shopping Day, Lifeline Garden Party, Lasiandra Rock N Roll Dance, Jazz in Bago Vineyard, Twilight Lasiandra Fashion Parade, Veteran Ladies Golf Day, the Annual Lasiandra Festival plus much more.

Fun for all the family.


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Wauchope
Wauchope, NSW, 2446

Located 20.5K from Rollands Plains

Grape Stomping Championships


Join the public Annual Grape Stomping Championships and regular Sunday Jazz in the Vineyards. Teams of two jump in wooden barrels to see how much juice they can stomp out of 10 kilograms of grapes in 60 seconds. You could see your name added to the grape stomp honour board at the Cellar Door and become part of Bago Vineyard history.

The fun doesn't stop there, get lost in the biggest hedge maze in the southern hemisphere. So, bring along your picnic rugs and umbrellas, pick a spot on the lush rolling lawns, and settle in for a great day.




Bago Road
Wauchope, NSW, 2446

Located 20.5K from Rollands Plains

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