Accessible Taree Heritage Trail

This guided, accessible heritage trail showcases historical tales surrounding Taree’s majestic Manning River. Stories include a Biripi dreamtime story, the search for a young boy's rescuer, the Manning River's only fatal shark attack and much more...

You’ll gather as a small group on the River Street side of Fotheringham Park (outside Livvi’s Place inclusive playground) and proceed from there. Following the trail, a light lunch will be provided at the new Taree Universities Campus building nearby. The total distance is approx 1.5 kms.

This event is primarily open to adults (18-45 years) living with mobility disability.

Bookings are essential and can include one carer. If you have any specific dietary requirements, you’re welcome to bring your own food.

When a person’s disability involves mobility impairment, they often experience increased physical and social isolation. A 2022 report by the AIHW indicates that 40% of people aged 15-64 living with physical disability feel excluded from their local community. We want to offer individuals living with physical/mobility disability an opportunity to come together in their community, learn more about their region, and establish connections with others.

Event date

Event Details

River Street, Taree, New South Wales

Disabled parking is available on River Street, Taree next to the park as well as in Pulteney Street.


10 am to 1 pm

Entry fees:
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Accessible toilets are available in Fotheringham Park