A walk along this iconic breakwall, provides you with stunning views of the Hastings River towards Town Beach. The colourful grafitti rocks that lead you along the breakwall are a collage of messages, tributes and memories from visitors and locals. Sunrises and Sunsets are magical from the breakwall and the sight of dolphins playing in the river are a very regular occurrence.

Starting from Town Green, the breakwall is a popular starting point of the nine kilometre Coastal Walk out to Tacking Point Lighthouse at Lighthouse Beach. It is a favourite spot for locals and visitors to take a leisurely stroll and spot marine life, marvel at watercraft coming in over the bar of Town Beach, chat with people who are casting their fishing lines and just take in the beauty of this picturesque location.

There are chairs along the path and many big flat rocks to sit on and gaze out over the river and to the sea. A skate park is at the end of the breakwall where you will see energetic and entertaining skills of bike, scooter and skateboard riders. Nearby are covered picnic tables, barbecues and a kiosk with toilet facilities.

This listing was updated on 15/01/2019 by Port Macquarie Hastings Council - MAIN. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.

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