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Mid North Coast

Cultural Trails

The region has long been recognised for nurturing the inspiring works of artists, performers, filmmakers, writers, craft artists and many more producing imaginative and award winning examples of their talent.

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Aboriginal Culture Trail

The Mid North Coast covers the Worimi, Biripai, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr Nations with increasing opportunities for visitors to experience Indigenous culture.
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Annual Events Trail

Every week there are local annual events being staged up and down the coast. You will be spoilt for choice with the creative things to see and do.
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Artist Markets Trail

Local markets are a window into the heart of any community, particularly in the country. Here you will find lovingly made crafts, innovative art, homemade goodies, fresh local produce and the odd vintage treasure. 
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Cultural Walks Trail

A great way to discover an area is to set out on foot and gain a sense of place. There are a number of self-guided tours and heritage walks you can follow on the Mid North Coast.
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Food & Art Trail

What better way to discover or buy some art, than by combining the experience with a great coffee or meal?
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Galleries Trail

It is not surprising that with such an inspirational landscape and relaxed lifestyle that the Mid North Coast has become the home of many talented and respected artists.
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Heritage Places Trail

The rich heritage of the Mid North Coast is found not only in the stories and collections of our museums but also in our buildings and landscapes.
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Inclusive Arts Trail

Inclusive tourism is about creating an environment where all people feel welcome and included, empowering them to enjoy new experiences.
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Just for Kidz Trail

There is always something creative to do with Kids on the Mid North Coast whether it’s after school or holiday times.
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Museums Trail

You can tell a lot about an area by what the locals have chosen to collect and keep. Tucked away in museums big and small, all over the Mid North Coast, are some rare treasures and some very everyday objects.
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Online Cultural Trail

Explore the history and stories of the region through your smartphone, tablet or computer. Watch history come alive by selecting one of our digital trails.
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Performing Arts

Performing arts on the Mid North Coast knows no bounds from small local theatre companies performing in community halls to major leading companies appearing in world-class facilities.
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Public Art Trail

Public art celebrates local stories and aspects of the landscape and heritage of the area.  There are many fine examples of public art in our region that will delight and inspire. 
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Recycled Art Trail

This regional trail provides our picks of the best places to find recycled art and the places to uncover the trash you might turn into you own artwork.
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Regional Cultural Trails

If you are looking for cultural activities and places to visit in a particular Mid North Coast region, you've come to the right place! We have all the creative places to see and do in Coffs Harbour, Bellingen, Nambucca, Kempsey, Port Macquarie and the Mid Coast regions.
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The Creative Waterfall Way

The Waterfall Way is one of the major scenic routes of New South Wales. It is also the location of numerous creative and arts activities and three of our designated Creative Communities.
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The Written Word Trail

The written word can be a powerful tool of art and creativity. This trail includes local, quirky bookshops and regular writers events, plenty of inspiration to sit and read or write - whether on a beach or under a tree on the Mid North Coast.
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