Maps and Getting Here Directions
Getting To Hallidays Point
Hallidays Point is located only a short 3.5 (approximately) hour drive north of Sydney. Hallidays Point is located on the Mid North Coast in between the coast and country towns of Forster-Tuncurry and Taree.
Buses regularly run to Forster-Tuncurry and Taree. There is also an Airport and train station in Taree, making Hallidays Point an easy location to get to via a number of transportations.
Directions to Hallidays Point
Pacific Highway heading South
About The Area
Situated midway between the Taree and Forster/Great Lakes regions of the NSW north coast is the pristine area of Hallidays Point taking in the five small villages of Hallidays Point; Tallwoods, Black Head, Diamond Beach and Red Head. Black Head Beach is a multi-award winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful program for its cleanliness and its friendly local resident population. Black Head Beach is patrolled during the Summer months and features ocean pools, excellent fishing, picnic and BBQ areas for family outings. Another highlight of this area is a littoral rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms as well as rare tracts of coastal rainforest. The walk takes in the two headlands of Black Head and Red Head and is joined by Black Head Beach. Other activities in the Hallidays Point area include an 18 hole championship golf course within Tallwoods Village featuring a pro shop and bistro restaurant, arts and craft outlets. Bowling Club and nearby fun parks. Dining options include restaurants, clubs, taverns, cafes, teahouses and take-aways.