Forster & Taree Area Attractions

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  1. Big Buzz Fun Park

    The Big Buzz Fun Park is 25 acres of adventure and fun, just south of Taree on the Lakes Way.The park features a toboggan run, three open water slides, jumbo slide, toddlers slide, kamikaze slide,...

  2. Hole in the Wall Picnic Area

    This rustic picnic spot is the perfect base for a fun-filled day trip at the beach, in the southern reaches of Myall Lakes National Park. Just north of Hawks Nest, Hole in the Wall picnic area provides easy access to...

  3. Tinonee Museum

    Image Credit: Blueprint Web DesignsThe purpose of the Tinonee Historical Society Museum is to preserve the past for current and future generations. It is a place for learning, remembrance and to honour the...

  4. Forster Town Beach

    Forster Main Beach is located on North Street.The beach fronts an area of 563 metres from Forster Breakwall to the Forster Ocean Baths. It is a protected beach, making it ideal for families. There...

  5. Submarine Beach Walking Track

    When you hanker for the feel of sand between your toes, this short and lovely walk will get you there. It links Yagon campground to the golden sands of Submarine Beach in the northern reaches of Myall Lakes National...

  6. Saltwater Picnic Area

    Saltwater picnic area is a lovely, wide-open space that makes a perfect spot for a barbecue or picnic. Relax under the sheltered picnic table or spread out on the grass under the shady rainforest trees.There...

  7. Newbys Creek walk and caves

    A good introduction to the cool solitude of the Coorabakh rainforest can be found at the elevated boardwalk near Starrs Creek picnic area, but for something slightly more adventurous, consider the short walk along...

  8. Hearts Point Picnic Area

    Hearts Point picnic area is a lovely spot for a break in the northern edge of Myall Lakes National Park, at Neranie, that overlooks scenic Myall Lake. It’s a great spot for a family picnic on a day trip, or a pit stop...

  9. The Manning River

    The Manning River is a double delta river system with two openings. The main mouth of the river is at Harrington with the second opening located at Old Bar. It is one of Australia's few large river systems not to be...

  10. No.1 Beach

    No.1 Beach is found when you first enter seal rocks and is situated directly across from the Seal Rocks Holiday Park.The beach, views and water is beautiful. No.1 Beach faces north, providing sweeping views...

  11. Yacaaba Head Walk

    Yacaaba is the largest headland of Port Stephens and marks the northern entrance to the port. The track begins from Bennetts Beach ( Hawks Nest Beach) and the initial section is a well informed path, winding its way...

  12. Potaroo Falls walk

    From the picnic area, follow Potaroo Falls walk approximately one kilometre upstream along Little Run Creek to the tranquil, scenic waterfall and swimming hole.At the start of the track, you’ll spot the largest...

  13. Galleries in the Gardens

    Ever since the historic town of Tea Gardens was established it has been the inspiration for artists to reach for their brushes, cameras and clay. Now with more than 30 local artists, the business community is helping...

  14. Sugar Creek Trail

    Sugar Creek trail, also known as Hotel Creek track, is a short walk through lush rainforest and dense palm forest. Starting from Sugar Creek picnic area, it’s a nice hike or easy mountain bike trail that the whole...

  15. Gur-um-bee picnic area

    Gur-um-bee picnic area is an ideal base to explore the coastal forests within Wallingat National park, either on a car tour or by mountain bike. Located on the NSW Mid North Coast, near Forster, it's ideal for a...

  16. Crowdy Bay National Park

    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...

  17. Manning Regional Art Gallery

    The Manning Regional Art Gallery provides a range of cultural and artistic experiences to residents and visitors in the Manning Valley. The gallery is committed to curating more than 12 exhibitions...

  18. Double Wharf Trail

    Wallingat National Park, near Forster, features stunning waterways and mountainous forests, and the best way to see them is by following the meandering Double Wharf trail either on foot or by mountain bike. The...

  19. Treachery Beach

    Treachery beach is found by turning right at the Seal Rocks General Store and following Thomas Road to Treachery Camp.This beach is one of those secret surfing spots you always hear about but wonder where...

  20. Crowdy Head Lighthouse

    Located 33 kilometres north-east of Taree on the mid north coast, is the historic Crowdy Head Lighthouse. This lighthouse was designed and erected between 1878 - 1879 as one of only five small lighthouses built on the...

  21. Starrs Creek picnic area

    Starrs Creek picnic area is a terrific spot to settle down and enjoy the natural splendour of the rainforest, with light filtering through the canopy into a cool clearing. Bring a packed lunch and find a place to...

  22. Cockatoo picnic area

    If you fancy a relaxing day being soothed by the gentle sounds of the river, pack up the canoes and make tracks to Cockatoo picnic area in Wallingat National Park, on NSW Mid North Coast. A great way to unwind, this...

  23. Coachwood Loop Walking Track

    This short loop walk in Wallingat National Park begins at Sugar Creek picnic area and wanders gently through striking cabbage palms and tall eucalypt forests. A little further on, the coachwoods appear – their smooth...

  24. Manning Point Beach

    Manning Point Beach commences on the southern side of the sandy 500 metre wide Manning River entrance. It extends south west, initially as a low sandy 2.5 kilometre long spit, then as a steep, coarse narrow beach for...

  25. Coorabakh National Park

    Studded with volcanic outcroppings, Coorabakh National Park offers scenic views as well as hiking, picnicking and birdwatching opportunities.Millions of years ago, volcanoes sculpted parts of the Australian...

  26. Boomerang Beach

    Renowned for its excellent surfing waves, Boomerang beach is a popular family beach for those holidaying in the Pacific Palms area. Ringed in the north by Booti Booti National Park the headland and...

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