The Comboyne Plateau lies between the valleys of the Manning River to the south, the Hastings River to the north and the Camden Haven to the east. The small village of Comboyne, situated on Tourist Drive 8, is located on the plateau. Experience the natural beauty with all your senses. Fresh mountain air, green pastures, forests, peace and tranquillity.
Since white settlement, about 120 years ago, the region has been a prime dairy farming area. Over recent years, a number of horticultural enterprises have been established. These include plantings of avocados, macadamias, blueberries and other fruits, vegetables,and cheeses. If in season Farmgate is available on this tourist route.
Comboyne is the gateway to Ellenborough Falls for Visitors from the Port Macquarie region. Located 28kms from Comboyne, Ellenborough Falls at 200m is one of the longest single drop waterfalls in the Southern Hemisphere. Take the 641 timber steps to the bottom of the valley to look up at the amazing falls. Allow a couple of hours to walk down and back.
Access to the Comboyne Plateau is either via Wauchope*, Kew/Lorne, Wingham or Elands, and fuel, food, and accommodation are available in Comboyne.
*Flood update 5 May: Access to Comboyne via Wauchope is currently impacted due to the land slip on Comboyne Rd. Go via Kew/Lorne, Wingham or Elands. For road closure updades, click here.
This listing was updated on 25/02/2021 by Destination Barrington Coast. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.