How to find us
Eungai Creek – just off the Pacific Highway approx. 15km south of Macksville, 35km north of Kempsey. GIS Cordinates: Lat/Long -30.83560, 152.8972
The Nambucca Valley
Nambucca Valley, North Coast NSW is a central location on the Pacific Highway halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. The Nambucca Valley is the southern gateway to Sub Tropical Australia. As well as being part of the Pacific Coast Touring Route the Nambucca Valley is the Southern coastal end of the scenic Waterfall Way.
Pristine beaches, historic towns and villages, productive farmland and tranquil rainforests make this an ideal holiday destination. Coffs Harbour, Dorrigo, Bellingen, South West Rocks and Kempsey are less that a one hour drive away – Port Macquarie is just a little further afield.
‘Unspoilt’, ‘Unpretentious’, ‘Natural’ and ‘Friendly’ are words most often used to describe the Nambucca Valley. It is a place you remember visiting when you were a child – and it is still just as memorable. It is also the place for those wanting a Sea Change.
The eastern boundary stretches from Scotts Head in the south to Valla Beach in the north – 23 kilometres of picturesque coastline broken only by the Nambucca River joining the ocean at Nambucca Heads. The western boundary stretches to the mountain rainforests of the Great Dividing Range.
Whilst the original industries of timber and dairy farming are still important to the Nambucca Valley economy, they have been joined by other crops and ventures. Beef cattle, bananas, macadamia nuts and oyster farming have become important primary industries. Herbs, bush tucker and cut flowers are growing industries. Various manufacturers have discovered the economic and lifestyle advantages of this region and are relocating to the industrial areas in Macksville and Nambucca Heads.