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What to do in Tuncurry and Forster

There is more to do in Tuncurry and Forster than attending the horse racing. We have a number of great eateries and water holes as well as plenty of indoor and outdoor activities and attractions for those who like a bit of adventure.

Booti Booti National Park

Booti Booti National Park

Right next to Forster, Booti Booti National Park is comprised of an 8km penninsula between the ocean and a lake, complete with pristine beaches and rainforests. Explore the landscape on school excursion or day trip.

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Cape Hawke Lookout

Cape Hawke Lookout

Just five minutes from Forster, the Cape Hawke lookout offers spectacular 360-degree views along the coast from the top of a dedicated tower, perfect for whale watching.

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Forster Main Beach

Forster Main Beach

Forster main beach is located on north street. The beach fronts an area of 563m from Forster Break wall to the Forster Ocean Baths. It is a protected beach, making it ideal for families.

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Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is a small, sleepy and isolated fishing village in the middle of the Great Lakes coastline. Its fame rests largely on the beautiful Sugarloaf Point lighthouse and the sense of isolation it enjoys.

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Tuncurry Rock Pool

Tuncurry Rock Pool

Barry Stoneham Park Whatever your leisure, this facility has it all The Rockpool swimming enclosure is used by many locals and tourists alike. The pool is located at the start of the ‘breakwall’ with access to Tuncurry Beach.

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Wallis Lake

Wallis Lake

Wallis lake is one of the cleanest lakes in australia. Boasting crystal clear waters year round Wallis Lake is home to a rich seafood harvest including the famous Wallis Lake Oyster.

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