Tinonee Cottages overlooks the glorious Manning River. You can sit on the front verandah of either cottage and enjoy the beautiful view. But you also have a plethora of nearby options for fun!


Tinonee Museum

32 Manchester St, Tinonee NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1571

Take a step back in time at Tinonee Museum, 32 Manchester Street. Tinonee was one of the earliest settlements in the Manning. During the 1900`s it was an important shipping trade destination. Housed in a former broom factory the museum has the town’s original slab gaol cell, stables from the old police station and the boom gate and pulley wheel from the Tinonee punt on display. A slice of local history to capture the imagination of young and old whilst you learn of the village’s past.

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Horace Dean Park


Cnr Manchester St & Punt Rd, Tinonee NSW 2430

Enjoy a picnic in the picturesque Horace Dean Park with its barbecues, picnic tables and playground. The park, which is one block from Tinonee Cottages and can be seen from the front verandahs, overlooks the Manning River and Taree Estate. You can also walk down to the jetty at the end of Punt Road and go fishing on the beautiful banks of the Manning, but do remember a fishing permit is necessary for over 18 year olds. Right next to the jetty is the local boat ramp for any enthusiasts who wish to bring their boat with them.


Tinonee Park & Tennis Courts

Beecher St, Tinonee NSW 2430

Tinonee Park and Tennis Courts are located on Beecher St, opposite the Tinonee General Store. The park offers a great playground for the kids as well as double tennis courts which can be hired via Tinonee General Store. With BBQ and toilet facilities and a large oval where you can walk your leashed dog, it provides another fun option.


Tallships Reserve

Peverill St, Tinonee NSW 2430

Walk up to Tallships Reserve at the end of Peverill Street or drive if you are feeling laidback. Pack a picnic lunch, sit and enjoy the view of the Manning River as the children play on the tallship or in the sandpit ocean surrounding the boat. A lovely spot to relax. 


Local Shops in Tinonee

53 Beecher St, Tinonee NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1209

Up around the corner on Beecher Street (no. 53 to be exact), is Tinonee General Store. Now home to the Australia Post sub-agency, it also houses the local bottle shop and a newsagency. The perfect place to pick up the basics and a few tasty nibbles, being five minutes from Tinonee Cottages makes it very convenient for guests. Oh, and they sell petrol too.

In the same compact shopping area you also have Tinonee Butchery and Tinonee Takeaway. If you need meat for the BBQ or a takeaway for an easy meal they are all available here and save you the need to drive into town. 

Either town – Wingham or Taree, is ten minutes’ drive down the road (but in different directions) and like all larger country towns they have supermarkets, shopping centres, medical practices, restaurants, pubs, clubs and loads more.


Deep Water Shark Gallery

36 Peverill St, Tinonee NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1093

The gallery displays works in wood, clay and paint by the gifted Aboriginal artist Russell Saunders and his daughter Raechel. Visitors to the gallery can purchase from a wide range of quality original pieces. 

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The Famous Tinonee Cafe

6 Manchester Street, Tinonee NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1143

Opening Hours: 8.30am to 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday

Just two doors down from Tinonee Cottages you will find The Famous Tinonee Café, the perfect place to enjoy a range of fresh, tasty and filling meals and snacks whilst you relax. Complete with a great view, great coffee (as reviewed by some of our guests) and an old-fashioned lolly counter and gift shop.

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Artisans… on the hill

702 Tinonee Rd, Mondrook NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1199

Artisans... on the hill allow you to experience every aspect of artisan craft, from creation through to appreciation. A unique gallery and coffee lounge makes for a wonderful place to drop by.

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Mondrook Garden Café & Gallery

699 Tinonee Rd, Mondrook NSW 2430

Ph: 02 6553 1423

A little slice of paradise with winding pathways through beautiful park-like gardens, you can enjoy a light lunch or morning or afternoon tea with fresh homemade scones and slices. 

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Please note this Explore page is an information list for the area and by no means are these recommendations by Tinonee Cottages. These links are meant for your convenience only. Tinonee Cottages makes no claim or representation, and accepts no responsibility, regarding the quality, nature, or reliability of these locations and services or the sites accessible by hyperlinks from this website.