NSW - CAMDEN HAVEN - Wake Up to it's Natural Beauty

Camden Haven is the name given to the communities that gather around the Camden Haven River, from its origins in the foothills of the Great Divide, to its escape into the Pacific Ocean.

At the mouth lie the holiday towns of Laurieton, North Haven and Dunbogan. Dominating these three settlements is North Brother Mountain, one of the three named as the 'three brothers' by Captain James Cook.

The Camden Haven Valley is intersected by the Pacific Highway at Kew, while two minutes further west is the 'craft capital' of the area, Kendall, named in honour of a former resident, the poet Henry Kendall.

Further west, the townships of Comboyne & Lorne provide numerous attractions in the hinterland.

Midway between Camden Haven and its busy neighbour Port Macquarie, lies the growing coastal, surfing township of Bonny Hills.

Whatever the weather, the Camden Haven area has plenty to offer: family attractions, national parks, clean waterways, unspoilt coastlines and hidden vast lakes, all allowing unlimited access to sailing, fishing, walking, surfing and scenic drives.