The Camden Haven is a rare find on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. Situated midway between Taree and the regional city of Port Macquarie, it is an unspoilt paradise surrounded by mountains, rivers, lakes and the ocean.
Its major centre Laurieton and sister townships North Haven and Dunbogan, are nestled around the Camden Haven River at the foot of the spectacular North Brother Mountain.
The Camden Haven hinterland boasts rich dairy and beef cattle pastures; Kendall is renowned for its markets and craft and Herons Creek still boasts the largest timber mill in the southern hemisphere. Further east, Bonny Hills and Lake Cathie extend the area's coastal appeal.
With such natural beauty to share, it is no surprise that the Camden Haven is one of the state's most popular retirement and family holiday destinations.
The Camden Haven Courier website covers news, sport and lifestyle stories from across the region and provides access to other ACM publications along the East Coast.
The print edition has been keeping the community informed since 1914, and is now bulk-dropped to numerous business locations every Wednesday. It's focus is on local businesses and the Camden Haven's mixed community of retirees and young families.