One of New South Wales’ last remaining wondrous hidden secrets, Manning Lakes is located within the suburb of Brimbin between the glittering coastline of the Mid-North Coast, the winding waterways of the Manning River and the natural beauty of countless national parks. Located 3.5 hours drive north of Sydney and 2 hours north of Newcastle, Manning Lakes is easily accessible to other major metropolis’.
Offering proximity and convenience
The historic and longstanding township of Taree is just 15 minutes’ drive and close to the vibrant coastal community of Harrington. Nestled between the larger coastal towns of Port Macquarie and Forster, you can conveniently access these towns and Sydney via the Pacific Highway, located just a stone’s throw from Manning Lakes.
Exploding with untouched natural beauty.
Located in the Manning Valley and bounded by the Dawson River to the west and the Lansdowne River to the east, Manning Lakes residents are surrounded on all sides by natural beauty, waterways and farmland.