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Stones Oysters Seafood


Stones Oysters located along Harrington Road is renowned for having some of the freshest seafood and tastiest oysters on the coast. Their retail seafood outlet offers a great variety of produce cleaned and prepared for sale. Sydney Rock Oysters are our specialty, and they open oysters daily to ensure freshness.

At their oyster farm, they have the best technology and process strategies at their disposal. They ensure that the oysters they cultivate are of the finest quality and fresh stock is ready to go.

Stones Oysters specialise in fish and seafood platters for all occasions, so give them a call to discuss your needs.

To find out more about the wide range of products they offer, don't hesitate to contact the friendly seafood professionals at Stones Oysters today. They won't be beaten when it comes to freshness.

Open for retail sales, wholesale and to the general public.




479 Harrington Road
Coopernook, NSW, 2426

Located 3.7K from Jones Island

Cattai Wetlands


Just north of Taree past the Harrington turn on Spring Hill road lives the award-winning Cattai Wetlands, a beautiful coastal wetland and hidden gem of the Manning Valley.

Cattai Wetlands provide a sanctuary for over 180 species of birds, kangaroos, wallabies and regularly spotted Goanna's.

The Wetlands has over two kilometres of walking track and a board walk viewing deck for avid bird watches. Take a picnic and enjoy the surrounds with covered picnic area available for use.

The Cattai Wetlands are open to the public Friday to Monday 8am till 3pm and every day during NSW school holidays. Guided tours are available by appointment by calling Mid Coast Council.




Spring Hill Road
Coopernook, NSW, 2426

Located 5.8K from Jones Island

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 7.9K from Jones Island

Manning Point Beach


Manning Point Beach commences on the southern side of the sandy 500 metre wide Manning River entrance. It extends south west, initially as a low sandy 2.5 kilometre long spit, then as a steep, coarse narrow beach for a total of 10 kilometres to the southern mouth of the river, called Farquhar Inlet.

The riverfront town of Manning Point, with two caravan parks, is located south of the spit.

Manning Point Beach is the only four wheel drive access point for the camping ground at Farquhar Park. All vehicles driving on Manning Point Beach need a beach permit issued by either Greater Taree City Council or Great Lakes Council.




Manning Point Beach
Manning Point, NSW, 2430

Located 7.9K from Jones Island

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 8.0K from Jones Island

Coopernook Forest HQ


A favourite amongst caravan and campervan travellers, Coopernook Forest Rest Area within Coopernook State Forest offers a free stopover and rest area for those seeking respite from highway travel. Halfway between Taree and Kew and just off the Pacific highway, picnic facilities and toilet amenities are available within a peaceful eucalypt forest environment.

Coopernook Forest Rest Area features flat, grassy fields perfect for camping or spending the night. Free electric Barbecues are available in the nearby picnic shelter area and the Tall Trees looped walking track offers the opportunity to view local bird and wildlife.




Forest Road
Moorland, NSW, 2443

Located 8.1K from Jones Island

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 9.8K from Jones Island

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 9.9K from Jones Island

Manning Entrance State Park


Manning Entrance State Park is situated on the New South Wales Mid North Coast and comprises lands surrounding and including the Manning River's southern entrance.

The coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation opportunities while the protected tracts of littoral rainforests and other significant native vegetation provide habitat for many species of native fauna and flora.

The entrance is also well known as a breeding ground for the Little Tern colony which visits during the summer months for breeding. These birds are highly endangered and for this reason State Parks have erected fences to ensure humans and 4WD don't accidentally cause them harm.

Farquhar Park Camping Ground is also located here. A great spot for swimming, fishing, canoeing, wakeboarding and much more. Camping is on a first come-first serve basis with no booking faciltiy available. Farquhar park is accesable only at low tide.




Manning Entrance State Park,
Old Bar Road / Manning Point Road
Old Bar, NSW, 2430

Located 10.3K from Jones Island

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