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Welcome to the beautiful Manning Valley on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia.

Located less than 3 hours north of Sydney, the region covers an area of 3,752 sq km. It ranges from Johns River to the north, south toward Bunyah and west to Nowendoc.

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The Valley is focussed around Taree, with the towns of Wingham, Old Bar, Harrington and Hallidays Point major population centres. We have a population of approximately 48,000 residents including around 2,000 Indigenous citizens.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout the Manning Valley, the Biripi people, and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future and extend that respect to all Aboriginal people.

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NSW
Council calls for change
A motion from Council at the NSW Local Government conference resulted in some spirited debate before the country council’s arguments that highlighted the inequity that exists in the population based formula for FAGS were accepted by the delegates.
Vehicle Access on Beaches
Vehicle access to beaches
The most recent storm and sea events have again resulted in significant beach erosion at both Old Bar and Manning Point beaches. Find out where vehicles have access.
Garage Sale Trail
Manning Valley Garage Sale Trail - 25 October
Australia's largest community event promoting sustainability, creativity and Fun - Manning Valley Garage Sale is on 25 October. Register your own garage sale.
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Community Safety
We'd like your feedback on the CCTV and Community Safety Plan. Complete our quick survey.
Accessibility Awards
Manning Valley Accessibility Awards 2014
The Manning Valley Accessibility Awards are open for businesses and service groups which have shown initiative in making their business or service accessible to all people in the community.
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Australia Day Awards - Now Open
Do you know someone living in the Greater Taree City area who makes a difference to the community or have you been to a great local event this year? Nominations are now open for the 2015 Australia Day Awards.
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