Taree is a city on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales.
Taree is a larger service town, on the Manning River, around 20km from the coast. The Pacific Highway used to pass straight through the town, and cross the narrow Manning River bridge, but now a freeway section bypasses the town, which no longer has the volume of trucks and traffic passing through it.
There are attractions and tourist facilities in Taree, but it is not developed as a major tourist destination in itself. It is certainly a reasonble place to stop on the drive along the Pacific Highway.
- The Big Oyster is one of the Big things in Australia, just north of the town. You can lookout through the opening in the oyster shell. Breathtakingly tacky.
- Cundle Motel, 67 Princes Street, Cundletown, ☎ (02) 6553 9709 (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: (02) 6553 9706), . Cundle Motel in Taree, Australia sits along Princes Street on the northern approach to Cundletown. Providing easy access to the nearby Manning River, the hotel's location allows guests to indulge in a countryside haven where they can enjoy laid-back activities like sightseeing and picnics. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, TV with cable channels, private toilet and shower, coffe/tea maker, internet access, IDD telephone, radio, and daily news paper. Some of its facilities and services are spa, swimming pool, restaurant and bar, room service, function room, laundry service, airport transfer, and parking. Rates start at AUD $88. edit
- Taree Highway Motor Inn, 40-42 Crescent Avenue (old Pacific Highway, near Beeton Parade), ☎ 02 6552 5444, . The Taree Highway Motor Inn is a clean and quiet 3½ star motel consisting of 17 ground floor rooms and 5 deluxe 2 room suites. Situated 1km north of Taree's town centre, the Motor Inn is close to restaurants, cinema, racecourse, sporting fields and the Manning River. edit
- Visit the beachside village of Old Bar, directly on the coast from Taree.