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 Walks articles
Potoroo Falls Picnic Area
Potoroo Falls is located inside Tapin Tops National Park near Elands in the Barrington Coast
Sugar Creek Trail
Sugar Creek trail is a lovely walk or mountain bike trail for the whole family, with great birdwatching and picnicking opportunities.
Booti Hill and Wallis Lake walking track
The Booti Hill and Wallis Lake walking track touches both the ocean and the shores of Lake Wallis.
Diamond Head Loop Track
Diamond Head loop walk offers scenic coastal views across Crowdy Bay National Park. Expect beaches, lookouts, and glinting rock faces, giving Diamond Head its name.
Wingham Brush Nature Reserve
Wingham Brush Nature Reserve near Taree on the Barrington Coast, makes a great family day trip. See flying foxes, enjoy birdwatching and easy walking in the rainforest.
Starrs Creek Boardwalk
Great for picnicking and birdwatching, Starrs Creek picnic area in Coorabakh National Park also offers an elevated boardwalk that opens up the rainforest on an easy walk.
Newbys Creek walk and Cave
A short walk along Newbys Creek in Coorabakh National Park takes visitors to a scenic cave, where a large overhanging rock creates a natural shelter above the stream.
Cattai Wetlands provides a sanctuary for over 180 species of birds, kangaroos wallabies and regular spotted goannas.
Seal Rocks is a quintessential Barrington Coast village surrounded by the greens of Myall Lakes National Park and blues of the Pacific Ocean.