Tourist Attractions

Located on the beautiful NSW mid North Coast, Dunbogan is popular with locals and tourists alike, offering a relaxed lifestyle for families along with a peaceful, laid-back escape for visitors who stay in the many beach holiday rentals of Dunbogan.

Dunbogan boasts beautiful local beaches. These include the open South Beach, which is popular with surfers and fisherman, as well as the sheltered Pilot Beach, located inside the entrance to the river mouth with calm waters, perfect for families.

Certainly, one of the most popular activities in the area is fishing, either in The Camden Haven River, Googlies Inlet, along South Beach or for the experienced, rock fishing from Lewis’s Rock, Point Perpendicular.

With the Fifty-Eight Dunbogan holiday beach house being in such a great location, we recommend taking a relaxing walk along the “Beach to Beach” walk way. This walkway takes you along the scenic riverbank, or bushwalk up to Point Perpendicular, through the Kattang Nature Reserve whilst taking in the breathtaking views from the many lookout platforms along the way.

Perched on the Camden Haven River is the historic local Boatshed. Built in 1940, the boatshed still retains its old charm of it past era. The boatshed, with its small café nestled inside, offers delicious treats and coffee along with bait and tackle needs, as well as Kayak and Tinnie hire for you to explore the beautiful river.


Shopping and Eating Out

When it comes to stocking your beachfront Villa in Dunbogan, there is a fabulous general store just on The Boulevard, with the township of Laurieton just a few minutes down the road, abundant with more shops, cafes and restaurants. Bustling Port Maquaurie is just a scenic thirty-five minute drive up the coast, with specialist shopping as well as a large range of popular restaurants and eateries. 



When you need to get out and about, transport to and from your beach holiday rental and the local area of Dunbogan is easy. Regular busses go to and from Laurieton and Kendall as well as Port Macquarie. On the North Coast Railway is Kendall station and plenty of courtesy busses run from the local clubs.