The Myall River is one of several beautiful rivers born in the hinterland of the Barrington Coast. Between the towns of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest, the river is crossed by the famous Singing Bridge, whose railings play mournful sounds during strong winds, acting as a wind harp.

The Jean Shaw Koala Reserve is located at its northeastern end, part of a wildlife corridor to the Myall Lakes. Koalas have been known to cross the bridge at night.

The Myall River is renowned for its calm scenic beauty that's perfect for boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, swimming and scenic cruises.