Graced by the stunning surf of Blackhead Beach, and majestic Norfolk pines planted by two generations of tree-lovers - in the early 1920s and in 1946 - Hallidays Point has long been a favourite fishing and holiday resort for the Manning Valley community.
The natural beauty of this sanctuary on the NSW mid-north coast has been enhanced with a rainforest walk established by the Lands Department. Linking Red Head and Black Head promontories, the walk embraces striking coastal landforms and littoral rainforest remnants.
The bush tracks off the main walk have been built and maintained by various community groups. The tracks, which lead visitors through bush that hosts a delicate balance of flora and fauna, have been designed to accommodate people of all fitness levels and present no problems for those interested only in a short stroll.
The Hallidays Point village is quite self-contained, with a post office and a shopping centre, while the main beach is protected by regular surf patrols.