Wingham was settled in 1853 at the highest navigable point of the Manning River.
Step back in time as you admire the National Trust listed buildings and visit the Historical Museum.
The pretty town boasts some gorgeous boutique stores and award-winning cafes where you can savour the fresh local produce.
Wingham Brush: Down by the Manning River you'll discover Wingham Brush, a rare and beautiful nature reserve.
Covering 10 hectares of subtropical floodplain rainforest, it's one of only a few remnants of this rare rainforest type in Australia.
Giant Moreton Bay figs tower over a gently winding boardwalk, with wandering scrub turkeys and a large colony of endangered grey-headed flying foxes.