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Nabiac, NSW

Looking for a charming escape from the hustle and bustle of city life? Look no further than Nabiac, a hidden gem tucked away on the banks of the picturesque Wallamba River just north of Coolongolook in the mid north coast region of New South Wales.

Nabiac, NSW

With a population of around 600, this quaint country town services several nearby communities and offers a taste of old-world charm with its timber-dominated buildings and backstreets that have remained unchanged for half a century. Despite being bypassed by the Pacific Highway, Nabiac has managed to maintain its unique character and attract new, personalized shopping experiences for visitors. Don’t miss the chance to step back in time and explore this timeless treasure on the Mid North Coast.

Nabiac is a small town with limited tourist attractions, but there are a few interesting things to see and do in the area. Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Visit the National Motorcycle Museum: The museum houses an impressive collection of vintage and modern motorcycles, including rare and unique models.
  2. Explore the local shops and cafes: Nabiac has a small but vibrant shopping village with a range of shops and cafes offering unique products and services.
  3. Take a stroll around the town: Nabiac is a charming country town with beautiful scenery, including the Wallamba River and nearby forests, making it a great place for a relaxing walk or picnic.
  4. Enjoy a scenic drive: The surrounding countryside offers some stunning scenery, and there are several picturesque drives in the area, such as the Wallamba River Drive and the Bullocky Way.
  5. Attend the Nabiac Farmers Market: The market takes place on the last Saturday of every month and features locally grown produce, handmade crafts, and live music.

Make a pitstop at The Artisan Farmer on your way to Foster and indulge in a wide variety of delectable treats. From their delectable bakery range, including their famous giant scones, to fresh fruits and veggies, and a top-notch on-site butcher, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy a well-deserved break with a delicious slice of cake and a steaming hot coffee. The spacious and attractive location also offers ample room for kids to stretch their legs and run around, making it the perfect spot for the whole family to relax and recharge before continuing on the journey.

Nearest Airport: Taree

Where to stay?


  • Rural/Country
  • Nature based
  • Relaxation

About Nabiac

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Nabiac Postcode: 2312
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -32.09869
  • Longitude: 152.37777
  • Elevation: 9m
  • Population: 1252
  • Median Income: $24440
  • Area (Sq/km): 143.705
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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