Park is just 43kms from Kempsey in the beautiful Upper
Macleay Hinterland. We are a scenic river drive to historic Bellbrook in the Upper Macleay Hinterland. A visit to the national trust village of Bellbrook is just like taking a step back in time. Bellbrook was named in 1882 by Caroline McMaugh after the local bellbirds and the adjacent river. It is a significant example of a turn-of-the-century hamlet.
Willawarrin is about 1/2hr away and has a
general store and a pub.
The Macleay Valley Coast's commercial origins in timber-getting and dairy farming can still be seen in it's historic landscape. Abandoned farm houses and sheds tell stories of the pioneering past.
Travel the 'Slim Dusty Way' from the Pacific Highway at Kempsey to explore the childhood tramping ground of Slim Dusty around Bellbrook, Nulla Nulla and the Upper Macleay Hinterland.
Or you could head to the coast and visit South West Rocks or Trial Bay Gaol, in the Arakoon State Recreation Area. Donít miss the view of Trial Bay from the guard turret at the western end of the complex.
There is also Hat Head and Crescent Head as well as many
other great beaches to visit