Rivers & lakes
From brunch to bush tucker, surf shops to sleeping spots, our directory is where you’ll discover local businesses, accommodation providers, tour operators and more, all looking to make your trip to the Barrington Coast an unforgettable experience.
Directory Rivers & lakes articles
The Barnard River passes through the remote and beautiful Curracabundi National Park before ending at Bretti Reserve where it joins the Manning River.
The Myall River located at the southern boundary of the Barrington Coast offers spectacular boating opportunities.
The Karuah River is renowned for its calm scenic beauty that's perfect for boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, swimming and scenic cruises.
The Barrington River is born in the high altitude wetlands of Barrington Tops.
A scenic picnic spot with swimming at the Barrington River near Gloucester.
Great Lakes Sailing Club
On the edge of Wallis Lake in Booti Booti National Park lies a family friendly oasis
Neranie campground and picnic area is ideal for young families with swimming, liloing, boating, paddling and easy walks on the edge of Myall Lakes, north of Bulahdelah.
Myall Lakes Ramsar Wetlands
An extraordinary place of huge diversity, internationally recognised under the Ramsar Convention.
Martin Bridge at Taree spans the broad Manning River, the mightiest of all the major rivers born in the hinterland of the Barrington Coast.