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Kempsey Bridge looking south towards Port Macquarie
Kempsey Bridge looking south towards Port Macquarie

Kempsey's Macleay River is the heart of the Kempsey Shire and is said to be the second fastest running river in the world. The Macleay River meanders from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range, through the Town of Kempsey, then fertile farming land and empties at the beaches of South West Rocks.

Kempsey is situated midway between Brisbane and Sydney, and is a quick 428 kilometre drive north of Sydney. The town of Kempsey boasts a population of 11,000+ people and has Australia's best climate with an average daily temperature range between 24.5 C and 12.5 C.

Experience the relaxed country atmosphere as you go shopping in Kempsey, with all of the interesting specialty shops, or enjoy one of the three historic walks that are available, which will help you discover the beauty that Kempsey has to offer.


Kempsey is a progressive town with a strong sense of community, (Community Info) and boasts many beautiful historic buildings throughout the Kempsey Shire.

Enjoy the many restaurants and cafes in Kempsey, (Dining Out in Kemspey), and with so much choice, you'll find something to suit your appetite.

Kempsey offers many other facilities available such as a round of golf at the Kempsey Golf Club, Ten Pin Bowling at Kempsey Ten Pin Bowl, or lawn bowls at the Kempsey Bowling Club or Kempsey Heights Bowling Club.

Kempsey also boasts a swimming pool complex, community halls, and recreational clubs such as
Kempsey Macleay RSL Club
.

You can also enjoy a movie, or choose one of Kempsey's many parks, lookouts, picnic and barbecue spots that you'll also find throughout the Kempsey area.

West Kempsey Kempsey Post Office Clyde Street Mall


Today, Kempsey is the commercial heart of the Macleay River Valley, and home of the famous
Akubra Hat
. Many great Australians have come from the Kempsey region, such as country singer
Slim Dusty
, author Thomas Kenneally, artist Anne Dangar, artist Robert Campbell Junior and photographer Angus McNeil.


Aboriginal heritage and culture are very much a part of Kempsey today. Call into the Kempsey museum to see an excellent display of aboriginal artefacts. Kempsey's visitors can wander through a traditional food tree park, and authentic aboriginal art and craft is for sale.
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