The area’s pristine natural beauty stems from the Camden Haven River which flows from the Comboyne Plateau, and Queens Lake, a paradise for water lovers.

Visitors love swimming in the salty waters of Lake Cathie, fishing for the world’s biggest bream at Dunbogan, walking through Kattang Nature Reserve to Perpendicular Point to spot the passing whales in winter, and seeing the resident dolphins on a daily walk along the Camden Haven River. Netted tidal pools at Dunbogan and North Haven provide perfect worry-free river swimming.

Visit www.visitcamdenhaven.com.au for more things to see and do in the Camden Haven region.

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COVID-19 Update

We are welcoming visitors to our region. Please check and comply with the NSW Public Health Orders when planning your trip. In particular, if you are unwell and/or need to isolate, please do not travel until the risk has passed and any relevant restrictions have lifted. *Please note* Pre-bookings for attractions and eateries are advisable, as advertised opening hours may change due to COVID impacts. Thank you for helping to keep our community COVIDsafe.

Urgent Comboyne Road Closure: The Comboyne Road has been closed due to road damage. A detour via Lorne Road is in place. Bayabarra is accessible via Oxley Highway. The access road to the top of North Brother Mountain is also currently closed due to damage.