Photographs courtesy of Stephen White Photography
Welcome to beautiful Hallidays Point. Situated on the mid-north coast of NSW between the Manning River and Wallis Lake is the coastal area of Hallidays Point. There are four villages; Black Head, Red Head, Diamond Beach and Tallwoods. Black Head Beach is a safe swimming beach and is patrolled during summer and the Black Head Ocean Pool is perfect for small children and swimming laps. There are excellent rock fishing spots, lookouts, picnic areas and barbecues for family outings.
As well as magnificent beaches, Hallidays Point has extensive Littoral Rainforest reserves and beautiful parks. Dedicated locals work together to ensure the environment is protected and maintained. Help protect the environment, stay on the tracks and keep dogs on leads at all times in parks and reserves. Some Rainforest tracks are now dog free areas. Please don’t collect firewood from bushland reserves or light fires on the beach. In 2013 Black Head Beach won the NSW Environment award from Keep Australia Beautiful through their Clean Beach program.
This web site compiles information about Hallidays Point not-for-profit groups and is managed by Hallidays Point Landcare. We have included a Local Business Directory (although it is often out of date). We do not take responsibility for the content of the pages of other groups.
Hallidays Point Lions Club has the Community newsletter online. See your local news in colour!
Click HERE for current information about the Black Head Bazaar
The next Bazaar will be on 7 September 2014.
Find out more about the Manning Valley at www.manningvalley.info.