Quality, family-friendly accommodation on NSW’s spectacular mid-north coast.

You can launch your boat for a spot of fishing, stroll along the 3 kilometres of riverbank promenade, spend some time in the national park or enjoy a casual round of golf. Harrington is a place where the whole family can spend time together, doing as much or as little as they choose. In fact, once you experience “our slice of paradise” you may never want to leave.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Any tips for visiting Harrington?

    Located just 4 hours north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW, our seaside village is renowned as a fishing paradise, but it is also a safe place to swim, paddle board, kayak, kite surf and much more. Less than 15kms from fabulous surfing beaches at Crowdy Head, you will be spoiled for choice. Crowdy Bay National Park offers bushwalks through pristine coastal bushland.

  • What times are reception open?

    If you have a general enquiry regarding accommodation please call us on 02 6556 0555 or by dialling 5503 from the phone in your room.

  • Is there somewhere to eat close by?

    Harrigan’s Harrington Waters is right next door, the bistro is open from 7:30am till late every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • How do I keep on top of the best Harrington accommodation and event offers?

    All our offers and events are listed on our website.

  • What activities are there in the area?

    Adjacent to Harrington River Lodge there is a championship nine-hole golf course and Harrigan’s Harrington Waters.

    Take a leisurely stroll or cycle along the purpose-built Riverwalk and take in the view of the magnificent Manning River! The Riverwalk runs approximately 3.5 kilometres and takes in the sights and natural beauty of Harrington Waters including the Marina, Harrigan’s Harrington Waters and River Lodge, and Harrington Water’s Golf Club. Whether you’re out for your morning jog, cycling with your family and friends or dropping in your fishing line – the pace is up to you.

    Harrington Beach has over 5km of pristine white sand and stretches from Harrington to Crowdy Head and while unpatrolled, is a great surfing, body boarding and fishing location.

    Crowdy Head is less than 15kms away, the northern beach is patrolled and great for families with BBQs, picnic spots and a café. Kite surfing is a popular pastime at this beach and is a great spectator sport.

    Bring the boat or kayak and enjoy some great spots for water sports and fishing.

    Offshore fishing charters can also be organised at Crowdy Head Boat Harbour.

    For nature lovers Crowdy Bay National Park is protected by a pristine sweep of coastline and is one of the most glorious coastal national parks in NSW. It offers jaw-dropping ocean and mountain views, an abundance of wildlife and, despite its name, crowd-free beaches.

    This is just a taste of the area’s attractions. There’s something here for everyone.

  • Is there somewhere to launch a boat?

    Yes. Harrington Boat Ramp is located about 5 minutes away in Beach St and has recently been upgraded to improve access to the river at mid and low tide.

  • What is the best time of year to visit the area?

    Harrington is great year-round, but the best weather is from late November through to early April. Temperatures average from 8 degrees to 28 degrees across the year.

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