Bent on Food
95 Isabella Street, Wingham
Bent on Food is a multi award-winning specialty cafe and regional food store located on the NSW Mid North Coast in the heritage township of Wingham. The newest addition is a modern cookery school offering a wide variety of classes and tours.
hours Public Holiday: Please call to see if open ...... 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 3pm Saturday, 9am to 3pm Sunday. Breakfast Menu 8am to 11:30am daily.
phone 02 6557 0727


Clarendon Forest Retreat Horse Riding

At Clarendon they prize the horse riding for being fun, scenic and exciting. The trail horses are beautifully responsive and quiet. Imagine endless rainforest rides in the heart of Talawahl Nature Reserve. Gentle forest tracks for beginners and more challenging rides for the experienced.
150 Coates Road, Possum Brush
hours Daily. Bookings are essential.
phone 02 6554 3162


Endota Spa Diamond Beach and Forster

Australis Diamond Beach Resort and Spa, 357 Diamond Beach Road, Diamond Beach
Endota Spa Diamond Beach at the Australis Diamond Beach Resort has four tantalising treatment rooms as does Endota Forster. Treatments available at Endota include massage, organic facials, Dermalogica facials, organic body treatments, Endota Spa organic Australian skincare, and Dermalogica Skincare.
hours Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Sunday is by appointment only.
phone 02 6557 3801


Bent on Food Cheesemaking & Cookery School

22 Bent Street, Wingham
Bent on Food Cheesemaking and Cookery School is all about the enjoyment of cooking, learning new skills, tips and chefs' secrets. Classes are held in a modern purpose-built, air-conditioned school and involves both demonstration and hands-on activities. Class sizes are small and participants usually work in small groups. Why not organise your friends and join a class together!
hours As per schedule on website
phone 02 6553 4057


Coopernook Forest Park

Forest Road, Moorland
A favourite amongst caravan and campervan travellers, Coopernook Forest Park within Coopernook State Forest offers a free stopover and rest area for those seeking respite from highway travel. Halfway between Taree and Kew and just off the Pacific highway, picnic facilities and toilet amenities are available within a peaceful eucalypt forest environment. The Park also features flat, grassy fields perfect for camping or spending the night. Forest drives, bushwalking and biking are also popular activities for those visiting this area.
phone 1300 655 687


Cundletown Heritage Walk

Cundletown township, Cundletown
Step back in time and take a walk through Cundletown which is situated on the beautiful Manning River to view the 31 historic plaques identifying the important sites of businesses and buildings of major importance to the history of the town.
hours Heritage walk is open at all times. Manning Historical Society Museum Thursday 10am to 3pm and Saturday 1.30pm to 4pm or by appointment.
phone 02 6553 9574


Ghinni Wines

200 Pacific Highway, Ghinni Ghinni
Established in 2001 after dairy farming heritage, Ghinni Wines is a sincere farming family business. The winery produces quality fruit and vegetable liqueurs using fresh fruit primarily from the farm orchard and also other local growers including organic specialists. King mulberries are developing fast in the orchard to add even more fructose to the fruit driven liqueur flavours.
hours Open seven days 10am - 4pm


Greenhouse Cottage

72 Clarkeson Street, Nabiac
Enjoy superb organic coffee, sweat treats and fresh made mouth-watering meals at the Greenhouse Cafe. Check out the exotic gallery, gifts and gardens. The café seats 60 people serving scrumptious breakfasts, delicious lunches, mouth watering desserts and the finest of Merlo Coffees.
hours Public Holiday: 7:30am - 4pm ...... 7:30am - 4:30pm


Mentges Master Meats

Lot 12 Kanangra Drive, Taree
Mentges Master Meats is a very unique continental smallgoods shop and for over 700 years, this German family of artisan butchers has been handing down their traditions, and their methods remain unchanged. Today Rudi Mentges is manufacturing meat from the same traditional recipes in his shop in Taree. Through his hands, 700 years of tradition comes to life. The genuine flavours of Europe without artifial colours or flavours. People come from all over NSW to partake in this wonderful tradition.
hours Thursday and Friday 8am - 5pm
phone 02 6552 6878


Taree Heritage Walk

Around Taree, Taree
Taree self-guided heritage walks takes you around Taree highlighting a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the city. The full walk is approximately 5.5 kilometres. To visit all the items of interest it is recommended, as a guide, that you allow about 2.5 hours, taking drinking water with you and wearing comfortable shoes. You may also like to allow time to stop along the river for a picnic lunch.
hours Open at all times


The Manning River

Manning Valley, Taree
The Manning River system is the heart of the Manning Valley, including 150 kilometres of navigable waterways. Whether you bring your own boat or hire one, wet a line, take out a barbecue boat, kayak or canoe, a trip to the Manning Valley is not complete without enjoying the recreational delights of this rare river system - Australia's only river delta system featuring two river entrances at Harrington and Old Bar.
hours Open at all times


Tinonee Orchid Nursery

768 Tinonee Road, Tinonee
Tinonee Orchid Nursery is one of Australia's largest orchid nurseries specialising in the breeding and propagation of many genera of orchids, from native Australian orchids to most of the popular genera from many other countries around the world.
hours Public Holiday: By appointment. Closed Christmas Day. ...... Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm, Saturday and Public Holidays are by appointment.
phone 02 6553 1012


Wallambah Vale Wines

2692 Wallanbah Road, Firefly
Wallambah Vale Wines is located on the Wallambah Road 12.5 kilometres from Nabiac. Established in 2008, they now pick, produce and bottle wines on the premises. Their Chardonnay is light and crisp, and their Rosé has a unique fresh fruity flavour. Both are very enjoyable with a cheese platter. Their red is made from the chambourcin grape which is nicely rounded with a smooth pepper finish.
hours Open seven days a week 10am - 5pm


Wingham Self-Guided Heritage Walk

Wingham township, Wingham
This self-guided walk around Wingham highlights a number of built and natural items of significance to the history of the town. The full walk is approximately five kilometres. To visit all the items of interest it is recommended, as a guide, that you allow about 2.5 hours, take drinking water with you and wear comfortable shoes.
hours Daily


Manning Regional Art Gallery

12 Macquarie Street, Taree
The Manning Regional Art Gallery provides a range of cultural and artistic experiences to residents of Greater Taree and visitors to the Manning Valley area. The Gallery is committed to curating more than 12 exhibitions each year and is responsible for providing access to touring exhibitions otherwise unavailable to residents of the Manning and surrounds.
hours Public Holiday: Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday. ...... Wednesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm; Sunday 1pm - 4pm.
phone 02 6592 5455


Artisans ...on the hill

702 Tinonee Road, Mondrook
For something completely different, visit Artisans ...on the hill. Set on five magnificent acres overlooking luscious green dairy country, Artisans is ideally located only minutes from the village of Tinonee and the larger centres of Wingham and Taree in the Manning Valley - naturally!
hours Public Holiday: Closed Christmas Day. Open most other public holidays. ...... Open seven days from 10am to dusk in January. Open 10am to dusk Thursday to Monday from February to December. Inspection outside these hours is available by appointment.
phone 02 6553 1199


Bean Bar

1 Pulteney Street, Taree
The Bean Bar Cafe and Restaurant is the perfect getaway space, no traffic - quiet, overlooking Queen Elizabeth Park, sit out on the deck overlooking the picturesque Manning River. Enjoy an exciting array of menu options whilst sipping on some of the best made coffee in the Manning.
hours Breakfast and lunch: seven days a week, Dinner: Thursday, Friday and Saturday
phone 02 6550 0022


Big Buzz Fun Park

1733 The Lakes Way, Rainbow Flat
The Big Buzz Fun Park is 25 acres of adventure and fun. Just a short drive south of Taree along the Lakes Way. The park features: a toboggan run, three open water slides, jumbo slide, toddlers slide, kamikaze slide, BMX and mountain bikes (enclosed footwear required), speed karts (enclosed footwear required), mountain boards, tricycles, shoot for the basket, half tennis court, swimming pool, beach volleyball, trampolines, swings, nine-hole chip and putt short course golf, kiosk and plenty of undercover seating with free gas barbecues with shaded picnic area.
hours Public Holiday: Open Public Holidays 10am - 4pm ...... Every weekend, Public Holidays and School Holidays 10am - 4pm
phone 02 6553 6000


Black Head Beach

Black Head Road, Hallidays Point
Where forest meets the ocean! Midway between Taree and Forster is the coastal area of Hallidays Point taking in Black Head Beach. Black Head Beach is a multi-award winning beach under the Keep Australia Beautiful Program. It is patrolled during summer and regarded as one of the best swimming beaches in the Manning Valley. It features shady Norfolk Island Pines, an ocean pool, excellent fishing opportunities, picnic areas and barbecues.
hours Open all year round. Beach patrolled during the summer months.


Black Head Bowling Club Ltd

Main Street, Hallidays Point
Located in the picturesque area of Hallidays Point, Black Head Bowling Club is situated on the headland at Black Head village with panoramic views overlooking the scenic coastline. Facilities at the Club include a TAB, pokies, Keno, cable television, sports bowling greens, fishing club and community centre.
hours 10:30am to 10pm Monday to Friday, 10:30am to 12am Weekends; Bistro open daily for lunch 11:30am to 2:30pm, dinner 5:30pm to 8:30pm
phone 02 6559 2923


Bohnock Bait and Tackle

6 Channel Close, Bohnock
Ideally located on the banks of the beautiful Manning River, Bohnock Bait and Tackle specialise in fresh local seafood, bait and tackle, hire/drive vessels and "Viking Kayaks". Explore the Manning River and enjoy the peace and tranquillity or try your luck at fishing from one of the vessels for hire. The small vessels accommodate up to four adults and the large vessels accommodate up to 10 adults. The kayaks which include singles and doubles can be hired hourly or for a full day.
price From $12.00 to $260.00 (Hire costs)
phone 02 6553 7532


Brimbin Nature Reserve

Old Port Macquarie Road, Taree
Brimbin Nature Reserve is located 12 kilometres north west of Taree on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. This area is also significant to the local Biripi people. The name "Brimbin" is an Aboriginal word derived from "Borembit" or stringybark, a tree species common in the reserve.
hours Open seven days.
phone 1300 361 967
phone 02 6552 4097


Club Old Bar

1 Belford Street, Old Bar
The award winning Old Bar Bowling Club is located in the popular holiday town of Old Bar. There are well manicured bowling greens which includes two all weather bowling greens. Club Old Bar is "The Hub of the Community" and supports all local sporting and community groups. It is the first club outside of the Sydney metropolitan area to win the highly prestigious title of Clubs NSW Club of the Year.
hours Bistro open 7 days 12pm - 2pm Dinner from 6pm
phone 02 6553 7224


Club Taree

121 Wingham Road, Taree
Club Taree is located just 2.6 kilometres from the Martin Bridge (across the Manning River) on the main arterial road to Wingham. There is ample parking for cars and coaches and the site is easily accessible by bus or taxi. Experience the challenge of the 21 hole golf course, comprising of holes with a variety of aspects and includes both flat and undulating terrain. A pro shop with all your golfing needs is available.
hours Club Taree is open seven days. The Ironbark Restaurant is open daily from 10am.
phone 02 6539 4000


Coorabakh National Park

Coorabakh National Park, Moorland
Coorabakh National Park is best known for its impressive volcanic outcrops - Big Nellie, Little Nellie and Flat Nellie and the Lansdowne Escarpment. The scenic forest drive is a loop road and it is recommended to do this drive from north to south due to more favourable road grades. The drive includes numerous lookout spots, cliffs, picnic areas, mountain views and eucalyptus forests with some rainforests.
hours Accessible at all times, except during very wet periods or very high fire danger.
phone 1300 361 967
phone 02 6552 4097


Crowdy Bay Charters

9 Leopold Sreet, Crowdy Head
Crowdy Bay Charters operates off shore fishing charters (maximum six passengers) and whale watching expeditions (maximum seven passengers) from the Crowdy Head Boat Harbour which is located next door to the very popular Crowdy Head Beach on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales.
price From $100.00 to $120.00 (Activity/Tour costs)
phone 0428 655 701


Crowdy Bay National Park

Diamond Head Road, Crowdy Head
Crowdy Bay National Park offers an abundance of wildflowers, birds and animals, bushwalking, swimming and fishing in 8,022 hectares of coastal plains. There are long sweeping beaches north and south, extensive wetlands, rainforest pockets and coastal heath featuring beautiful wildflowers.
hours Accessible all times except very wet weather and bushfires
phone 1300 361 967
phone 02 6588 5555


Crowdy Head Beaches

Crowdy Head Road, Crowdy Head
Crowdy Head Beaches includes the North Beach and the South Beach. At the North Beach there is no overcrowding and out of holiday periods you can have parts of the beach all to yourself. This is a well protected beach, excellent for families. The Surf Lifesaving Club overlooks the beach and patrols operate during the summer months. Four wheel drive beach access is available near the Surf Lifesaving Club. There is a kiosk, cold outdoor shower and toilet facilities. Picnic area with barbecues and picnic tables are nearby.
hours Open all year round.


Crowdy Head Lighthouse

Crowdy Head
Located just 33 kilometres north east of Taree on the Mid North Coast is the historic Crowdy Head Lighthouse which was designed and erected in 1878 - 1879 as one of only five small lighthouses built on the NSW coast. The information board provides extensive information about the history of the lighthouse.
hours Open between sunrise and sunset


Cundletown & Lower Manning Historical Society Inc

Cundletown Hall, Main Street, Cundletown
People seeking to explore their family history of the lower Manning Valley visit the Cundletown Lower Manning Historical Society. Museum displays and photos show industry and business from early days with a large display on the Dairy Industry and related industries.
hours 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Sunday
phone 02 6553 9574


Diamond Beach

Diamond Drive, Diamond Beach, Hallidays Point
Diamond Beach is located in the Hallidays Point area, halfway between Forster and Taree. This quiet beach area is ideal for relaxing strolls. It is also a popular spot for board riders. Car parking is available at Diamond Drive, entry to the beach.
hours Open all year round.


Ellenborough Falls

Bulga Plateau (Via Elands), Elands
Located on the Bulga Plateau at Elands, one hour's drive NorthWest of Taree on Tourist Drive 8, Ellenborough Falls are a spectacular site. At 200 metres, it is one the longest single drop waterfalls in the Southern Hemisphere. A timbered walkway (641 steps) to the bottom of the falls with rest spots on the way provides a comfortable 30 minute walk. There is also a 10 minute walk to The Knoll where there are magnificent views looking directly across to the falls.
hours Accessible at all times. A kiosk operates on weekends and during school holidays. Detour signage is in place but if you are touring with a caravan or trailer, you may leave them at the Wingham Showground on Gloucester Road, Wingham (fees apply).


Fish Fish Fish

Valley Fair, Victoria Street, Taree
Relax and enjoy this popular seafood restaurant which is located right in the heart of Taree's retail business area. The restaurant specialises in fresh caught seafood from the local fish co-op. Ideally located, the restaurant is within walking distance from a range of nearby motels or you can order take-away and walk back to your accommodation.
hours Tuesday to Friday: breakfast and lunch, Tuesday to Saturday for dinner
phone 02 6552 2116


Harrington Beach State Park

Harrington Beach State Park, Harrington Road / Crowdy Street, Harrington
Harrington Beach State Park is situated on the New South Wales Mid North Coast and comprises lands surrounding and including the Manning River's northern entrance. The 431 hectare site stretches from Harrington to the picturesque fishing village of Crowdy Head. The foreshores of the coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation and tourism opportunities.


Honeycomb Valley

3736 Wallanbah Road, Nabiac
Honeycomb Valley is an award-winning 90 acre farmstay three hours north of Sydney where individuals, families and small groups can have a great day out attending all sorts of interesting courses in sustainable living skills, from beekeeping to bread baking. You'll leave Honeycomb Valley Farm having had a great time, and you'll feel a whole lot more capable too!
price From $240.00 to $480.00 (Activity/Tour costs)
phone 02 6554 1460


Johns River Tavern

Old Pacific Highway, Johns River
The Johns River Tavern is conveniently located just off the Pacific Highway in the quiet rural village of Johns River. An ideal relaxing spot to take a break and enjoy lunch or a cup of coffee in the Blacksmiths inn! The tavern is very rustic with timber decor and there is outdoor and indoor seating (seats 65 indoors and 100 outside). Old blacksmith artefacts are on display along with historical photos.
hours 10am to 8pm Daily. Lunch from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Thursday and Friday evenings is pizza night 6pm to 9pm.
phone 02 6556 5001


Kite Muddies Kiteboarding Lessons

Head Office, 31 David Street, Old Bar
Muddies Kiteboarding lessons are conducted in a saltwater lagoon off a white sandy beach. The sand bottom lagoon depth ranges from ankle to overhead which is perfect for beginner to advanced kiting. Instructors are IKO (International Kiteboarders Organisation) qualified and follow the guidelines very closely when it comes to safety and instruction. A tried and tested teaching technique that will have you up and riding much faster than you can imagine.
price From $140.00 to $170.00 (Activity/Tour costs)
phone 02 6557 4224


Little Darlings Doll Museum & Coffee Shop

Corner Failford Road and The Lakes Way, Failford, Rainbow Flat
For a spectacular display of dolls visit the Little Darlings Doll Museum and Coffee Shop at Failford. There are over 5,000 dolls and bears from the late 1800s to the modern day on display. There is also a room of dolls, bears and crafts for sale.
hours Open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am to 4pm or by appointment. During School Holidays Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm.
phone 02 6554 3131


Manning Entrance State Park


Manning Entrance State Park, Old Bar Road / Manning Point Road, Old Bar
Manning Entrance State Park is situated on the New South Wales Mid North Coast and comprises lands surrounding and including the Manning River's southern entrance. The coastal beaches and estuary provide an array of year round recreation opportunities while the protected tracts of littoral rainforests and other significant native vegetation provide habitat for many species of native fauna and flora.

Manning Valley Historical Society & Museum

12 Farquhar Street, Wingham
Manning Valley Historical Society Museum and Archives is located in a historic building once used as a grocery and produce store, circa 1880 and overlooks the Wingham town-square park which is surrounded on four sides by other historic buildings.
hours Public Holiday: Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday. ...... Museum Open daily 10am - 4pm. Archives Open on Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday.
phone 02 6553 5823


Mondrook Garden Cafe Gallery & Function Centre

699 Tinonee Road, Mondrook, Tinonee
Set on two acres of beautiful park like gardens, Mondrook Garden Cafe and Gallery offers great country hospitality in a relaxing and tranquil setting. Enjoy delicious home made cooking for morning and afternoon teas or light lunches. The cafe has daily blackboard specials and meal deals. BYO with no corkage fee.
hours Public Holiday: 10am - 4pm ...... Friday - Sunday 10am - 4pm
phone 02 6553 1423


Moorland Cottage

34 Hannam Vale Road, Moorland
Moorland Cottage is renowned for the "Best Scones on the Coast". Located only 20 minutes north of Taree and conveniently located just off the Pacific Highway away from the hustle and bustle. Relax in the quiet shady gardens for a light lunch, espresso coffee, homemade pies, Devonshire Teas and the 'famous' homemade scones. Small gift items and homemade jams, pickles and relishes are available.
hours 10am to 4pm Daily
phone 02 6556 7691


Old Bar Beach

End of Old Bar Road, Old Bar
12 kilometres from the Pacific Highway and 15 minutes east of Taree is Old Bar Beach, located in the seaside town of Old Bar. Old Bar is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast who enjoys uncrowded beaches, open waterways and leisurely walks. Old Bar also has fantastic surfing, kite boarding and fishing locations.
hours Open all year round.


Raw Sugar Cafe

214 Victoria Street, Taree
Conveniently located right in the heart of the business district, the Raw Sugar Cafe is a coffee lover's paradise. A social meeting place for locals and tourists alike, where they can relax and enjoy fantastic food. With a specials board that changes daily, it is one of Taree's most popular eateries.
hours Open seven days. Breakfast from 7.30am and Lunch from 11.30am - 3pm.
phone 02 6550 0137


Red Head Beach

Red Head Road, Red Head, Hallidays Point
Red Head Beach at Hallidays Point is a quiet beach area just north of Black Head Beach and is ideal for relaxing strolls. Meander along the rainforest walk which encompasses striking coastal landforms as well as rare tracts of littoral rainforest and is a must for nature lovers and keen photographers. The walk takes in two headlands - Black Head and Red Head - and is joined by Black Head Beach. Information about the walk is available from the Visitors Centre in Taree or the Hallidays Point Library.
hours Open all year round.


Sailos - Taree Aquatic Club

1 Macquarie Street, Taree
The Taree Aquatic Club is conveniently located in the heart of Taree. Overlooking the pristine Manning River an ideal locality for relaxing with friends and enjoying the beautiful outlook from the club or balcony. The Sailos Restaurant boasts an extensive food menu and is open daily days for dinner and lunch. This restaurant is very popular with locals and visitors alike. It is located within walking distance from Taree motels.
hours Bingo: Tuesday and Thursday 10.30am to 1.45pm. Sailing: Saturday 2pm (September to April). Restaurant: daily lunch 12pm to 2pm, dinner 6pm to 9pm bookings recommended.
phone 02 6552 1435


Saltwater National Park

Saltwater Road, Saltwater
Saltwater National Park adjoining Saltwater Beach has special significance for the local Aboriginal community (Biripi). This National Park contains Aboriginal sites which relate to Dreamtime beliefs and a section of the park has been declared an Aboriginal Place.
hours Accessible at all times.
phone 1300 361 967
phone 02 6552 4097


Saltwater Surf School

381 saltwater road, Old Bar
Saltwater Surf School provides surf safety and surfing lessons, as well as ongoing skills coaching for intermediate and competitive surfers. Equipment is provided for beginners including safe soft boards and wetsuits for your comfort. All coaches are all very competent surfers, with lifeguard qualifications including senior first aid.
price From $35.00 to $90.00 (Activity/Tour costs)
phone 02 6553 7725


Skydiving NSW Drop Zone

Taree Airport, Landsdowne Road, Taree
Taree's own Skydiving NSW Drop Zone. Experience the ultimate adrenaline sport with Tandem Skydive jumps from 8,000 to 12,000 feet overlooking the beautiful Manning Valley. Freefall for up to 50 seconds with highly experienced instructors to guide you through the most thrilling sport known to man.
price From $280.00 to $340.00 (Activity/Tour costs)
phone 02 6551 7776


Stones Oysters Seafood

479 Harrington Road, Coopernook
Stones Oysters Seafood is conveniently located just three minutes off the Pacific Highway and 15 minutes north of Taree on the Cattai Creek. Here you have the opportunity to sample the fresh locally sourced oysters, prawns, lobsters, crabs and fish from the Manning Valley.
hours Open seven days a week.
phone 02 6556 3222


Tapin Tops National Park

Dingo Tops Road, Via Wingham, Wingham
Tapin Tops National Park is located on a spectacular section of the Great Eastern Escarpment high in the mountains, north west of Wingham. The park contains some great examples of sub-tropical and warm temperate rainforests, as well as old growth eucalypt forests, protecting a wide variety of native flora and fauna.
hours 7 days
phone 1300 361 967
phone 02 6552 4097


Taree Ten Pin Bowl

55 Muldoon Street, Taree
Everyone is welcome at Taree Ten Pin Bowl - adults, pensioners and children. Enjoy a great time with all the family or with a group of friends at Taree Ten Pin Bowl, they offer lots of fun for all ages. Glow Bowling is on Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm. There are glow pins, glow balls, lucky spins, scratchies, coloured lights and music.
hours Open seven days
phone 02 6552 4733


Villa d Esta Vineyard

2884 Wallanbah Road, Dyers Crossing
Villa d'Esta Vineyard is a small, family-owned vineyard. The vineyard is located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, approximately 20 minutes south west of Taree and north west from Forster-Tuncurry. The vineyard was established in 1997, with both table and wine grapes being planted by family and friends wanting to experiment with winemaking. In the 10 years since then, plantings and production have steadily increased.
hours Open seven days from 10am to 4pm.
phone 02 6550 2236


Wingham Brush Nature Reserve

Farquhar Street, Wingham
Wingham Brush is a beautiful subtropical lowland rainforest located at Wingham on the banks of the Manning River. The Brush is one of only a few remnants of this rare rainforest in Australia, and is a significant roosting and maternity site for grey-headed flying foxes.
hours Accessible at all times.