Taylors Arm is a village in Nambucca Shire in New South Wales, Australia. It is known for being the site of the "Pub With No Beer" which was immortalised in song by Australian country singer Slim Dusty.

When its main industries of cedar felling and dairying were at their peak the small village of Taylors Arm was thriving. It had a boarding house built around 1890, then five years later the pub was built. Taylors Arm Post Office opened on 1 August 1891. Other stores were built including a bakery, butchery and a grocery store. There were apparently seven schools from Thumb Creek to Macksville. Medlow Primary School at Upper Taylors Arm now has approximately 20 students. 

Taylors Arm and surrounding area is a very beautiful part of the Mid North Coast. Undulating landcsape, State Forest, National Parks and Thumb Creek to Taylors Arm river, that consists of some very inviting water holes in the hot summer. On entry into the quiet village, an avenue of Paulownia trees is set in the foreground with blue mountains in the background.