If small country towns are more your style, add Taylors Arm to your must visit list! Nestled in the hinterland of the Nambucca Valley featuring the infamous Pub With No Beer, the drive to Taylors Arm will take you through stunning farm land with many beautiful country vistas, there are plenty of photo opportunities, along the way you will discover numerous roads to take you off the beaten track.
Once you arrive at the Pub With No Beer you will be greeted with old fashioned hospitality with indoor or outdoor dining – this pub is full of local history. There is always the option of picnic areas along with many secluded camping & fishing spots, canoeing & kayaking trails for that perfect weekend getaway.
Taylors Arm Road heads west from Macksville on Wallace Street. The drive follows Taylors Arm, a major tributary of the Nambucca River, along the intensely scenic river valley. This is the shortest way to the village from the Pacific Highway. There is a longer, and equally scenic route, which departs from Kempsey and winds for 65 km through rolling hills dotted with farms and beef and dairy cattle grazing land to the historic town of Willawarrin. It then continues on through National Park and State Forest to reach the famous “The Pub With No Beer”.