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The Barrington River is born in the high altitude wetlands of Barrington Tops.
The Gloucester River is born in the high altitude wetlands of Barrington Tops.
Martin Bridge at Taree spans the broad Manning River, the mightiest of all the major rivers born in the hinterland of the Barrington Coast.
Barrington Tops Parklands
Barrington Tops is the highest point of the Barrington Coast and its parklands offer a wildlife sanctuary of ancient rainforests, waterfalls and lookouts.
Dark Point Aboriginal Place
A rocky headland significant to Worimi people for at least 4,000 years.
At 200 metres, Ellenborough Falls is the tallest single drop waterfall in New South Wales and amongst the tallest in the southern hemisphere. It's an iconic experience of the Manning Valley area in the Barrington Coast.
Tapin Tops National Park
Tapin Tops National Park lies on a spectacular section of the Great Eastern Escarpment, high up in the mountains just northwest of Wingham.
Potoroo Falls Picnic Area
Potoroo Falls is located inside Tapin Tops National Park near Elands in the Barrington Coast