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Glenthorne: Where To Go / Sightseeing

YMCA Manning Aquatic and Leisure Centre


The YMCA Manning Aquatic Leisure Centre is located just north of the central business district in Taree.

There is an outdoor, 50 metre, eight lane swimming pool open between October and April. The 25 metre, six lane heated pool is open all year round. The indoor leisure pool has a large permanent water-slide that opens on weekends and during school holidays.

The centre offers learn to swim lessons with accredited instructors and Squad level in both junior and adult squads are available

The centre has a fully air-conditioned Health Club and Group Fitness Room consisting of bikes, treadmills, rowing machines and stepping machines. Group Fitness Room offers classes in Yoga, Pilates, Pump and much more.






51 Manning River Drive
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 1.4K from Glenthorne

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 1.6K from Glenthorne

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 1.6K from Glenthorne

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 1.6K from Glenthorne

Manning Regional Art Gallery


The Manning Regional Art Gallery provides a range of cultural and artistic experiences to residents and visitors in the Manning Valley.

The gallery is committed to curating more than 12 exhibitions each year and is responsible for providing access to touring exhibitions otherwise unavailable to residents of the Manning and surrounds.

A number of education programs are developed by the gallery each year to involve community participation with the aim of increasing public access to, and understanding of art. The gallery is also available for event hire and is a unique space offering a great ambience.

The gallery is supported by Friends of the Manning Regional Art Gallery, a volunteer group of supporters who provide a link between the gallery and the community. Their activities raise the profile of visual arts in the Manning Valley. For more information on events and exhibitions please visit their web site.





12 Macquarie Street
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 1.7K from Glenthorne

Glenthorne: Events

Taree Aquatic Powerboat Easter Spectacular


Taree Aquatic Powerboat Club Easter circuit race meeting attracts the best and fastest boats from around the country. Boats from all classes (hydroplanes, displacement inboards and outboards) compete for some of the most important Australian and NSW championships as well as the most sought after and prestigious memorial and tribute titles. This event has been held every Easter for over 30 years and this year will be held between March 30 and April 1.


Event Dates
2018
      30th Mar
      30th Mar
      31st Mar
      31st Mar
      1st Apr
      1st Apr


Endeavour Place
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 1.2K from Glenthorne

A TasteFest on the Manning


Taree Lions Club will again be coordinating this very successful and engaging community event. TasteFest on the Manning brings this community and producers event to Manning Valley for the people of the Mid Coast region and its visitors. Please join them as they take your taste-buds and other senses on a wild ride at TasteFest, on the beautiful foreshore park of the Manning River. There will be lots of shade whilst enjoying the coastal breeze.

TasteFest will showcase the best the Manning Valley and beyond has to offer and will include craft beer, food, wine, entertainment and music, as well as activities on the river.

TasteFest on the Manning is conducted by Taree Lions club as a charity that benefits the community and celebrates life in the Manning Valley. They look forward in having you join in the fun, fine food and festive spirit.

Sample TasteFest from 10am through to 9pm in Queen Elizabeth Park in the central business district of Taree.

Visit the TasteFest on the Manning Facebook page and register your interest in coming.


Event Dates
2019
      13th Jan


Manning Street,
Manning River Foreshore
Taree, NSW, 2430

Located 1.7K from Glenthorne

Glenthorne: Travel Tips

Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre


The Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre can provide a wealth of information on the facilities and services available in the area, including accommodation and motel bookings, information on local attractions, local tours and transportation, and area dining. Their friendly and well informed staff are always ready to assist you.

The Manning Valley Visitor Information Centre also offers a large range of locally made produce including local honey, chutneys, and pickles. They have an extensive range of gifts and souvenirs.

The centre also stocks a wide variety of free maps and guides. They offer free tea and coffee to the weary tourists and have ample of coach, caravan, RV and car parking. They have disabled access to the centre and disability friendly amenities.

The centre also boasts a large theatre which can be hired for meetings, conferences, theatre events, and art shows.





21 Manning River Drive
Taree North, NSW, 2430

Located 1.6K from Glenthorne

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