Tinonee

Tinonee is a minor town on the banks of the Manning River on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales. At theĀ 2006 census, Tinonee had a population of only 734 people. The name Tinonee is believed to come from the local aboriginal Biripi people's word "Tinobi" which means "big shark", or "Tinobah" meaning "place of sharks".