Martin Bridge over the Manning River
Martin Bridge over the Manning River
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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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2014/2015 Draft Documents
Council's 2014/2015 Draft Operational Plan, Fees & Charges, Budget, Capital Works Program and Long Term Financial Plan are now on exhibition until 30 May 2014
Old Bar Survey
Old Bar Coastal Management Survey
Following the forums at Old Bar, a new survey is online to ask for opinions from the community as to which options they prefer.
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Coastal Zone Management Plan
The Coastal Zone Managment Plan suite of documents is on exhibition until 1 May 2014.
Wallanbah Road Bridge
Greater Taree Roads and Bridges Package Withdrawn
Council has recently been informed that $11.4million in federal funding for Manning Valley roads and bridges has been withdrawn.
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