Hallidays Point Rainforest Nature Walks extend from Black Head in the south to Diamond Beach in the north.
There are five scenic walks encompassing striking coastal landforms and vegetation as well as rare tracks of littoral rainforest, wetland and lagoon areas and is a must for nature lovers and keen photographers.
The walks are: Moor Creek (walk one), Diamond Beach to Shelly Beach (walk two), Red Head Rainforest Reserve and Shelly Beach (walk three), Black Head Beach and Black Head Flora Reserve (walk four) and Black Head Rainforest Reserve and Pebbly Beach (walk five).
The Worimi and Biripi people have a long association with the Hallidays Point area. There are many sites of Aboriginal heritage and culture in the area.
A very detailed self guided brochure is available from the Hallidays Point Library or the Visitor Information Centre in Taree. Dogs are not allowed in this Reserve.Visit Website
BBQ Facilities, Cafe, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Shop
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Self-Guided
Beach, Flora/Fauna, Nature based