Taree is a town on the Mid North Coast, New South Wales, Australia. Taree and nearby Cundletown were settled in 1831 by William Wynter. Since then Taree has grown to a population of almost 26,000 and is the centre of a significant agricultural district. It is 16 km from the Tasman Sea coast, and 317 km north of Sydney. Taree can be reached by train via the North Coast Railway, and by the Pacific Highway. Taree railway station is on the North Coast line of the NSW TrainLink network. It is serviced by six NSW TrainLink trains daily: three heading to Sydney, another three heading North to Grafton, Casino or Brisbane. Taree is within the local government area of Mid-Coast Council, the state electorate of Myall Lakes and the Federal electorate of Lyne.

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Our Picks on what to Do in Taree NSW

Taree Heritage Walk

Manning Entertainment Centre

Manning Regional Art Gallery Taree NSW

Big Oyster - Taree NSW

Taree Leagues Sports Club

Coocumbac Island Nature Reserve

Our Picks on where to Stay in Taree NSW

Crescent Motel

Paterson House

Chatham Motel

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Our Picks on what to Eat in Taree NSW

Raw Sugar Cafe

Sailo's Restaurant

Wynter Tavern

Shopping in Taree NSW

Community Services  

Taree Visitor Information Centre NSW
21 Manning River Drive,

MidCoast Council
4 Breese Parade,

Taree Police Station NSW
83 Albert Street,

MidCoast Libraries - Taree NSW
242 Victoria Street,

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 5 m
  • Population: 25,852
  • State electorate(s): Myall Lakes
  • Federal Division(s): Lyne
  • Established (yr): 1831
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

Travel To  

Forster NSW 2428 (37.3 km, 35 mins)
Laurieton NSW 2443 (58.1 km, 45 mins)
Wingham NSW 2429 (12 km, 12 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Taree NSW is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s. acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.