Forster & Taree Area Attractions

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  1. 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...

  2. Whoota Whoota lookout

    This is not only the best viewpoint in Wallingat National Park, but also one of the greatest in NSW. Drive right up to Whoota Whoota lookout and prepare to be amazed. Peer out one way and you can see the vast...

  3. Ellenborough Falls

    Ellenborough Falls is located on the Bulga Plateau at Elands, one hour's drive north-west of Taree on Tourist Drive 8, and are a spectacular site. At 200 metres, it is one of the longest single drop waterfalls in the...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. 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...

  7. Dawson River Walking Track

    Dawson River walking track is a great hike that starts at Brimbin picnic area. Before or after your picnic lunch, take a stroll on this picturesque walking track that follows the line of Dawson River before joining up...

  8. 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...

  9. Taree Heritage Walk

    The Manning Valley was first explored by John Oxley in late 1818 but the first town did not appear in the Valley until 1850's. Taree did not start to prosper until the 1920's when the arrival of the railway saw the...

  10. Old Bar Beach

    The seaside town of Old Bar is located twelve kilometres from the Pacific Highway and 15 minutes east of Taree. Old Bar Beach is a well known surfing beach and is a also a fantastic kite boarding...

  11. Mountain Brush circuit

    While you’re in Tapin Tops, be sure to make the time to head out along the easy, but rewarding, Mountain Brush circuit. This short, 15-minute stroll through the rainforest will more than reward your efforts with its...

  12. Cape Hawke lookout

    Positioned right at the northern end of the national park, this superb lookout is worth every step of the 500m hike through regenerating littoral rainforest. Pull on your walking shoes and bring some binoculars and a...

  13. Lighthouse Beach

    Lighthouse Beach faces almost due south, fully exposing it to all waves from that direction. It is bordered by Sugarloaf Point and Seal Rocks reef in the north and Treachery Head in the south.Lighthouse...

  14. Ms Kellys Walking Track

    Isabella Mary Kelly, New South Wales’ only independent female colonial settler, was a wealthy Irish woman who sailed into Sydney Harbour in 1834 looking for a tree change. She bought up Crown Land and ran her own...

  15. 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...

  16. Yacaaba Headland Walking Track

    If you enjoy a challenging walk and scenic views rolled into one, then grab your hiking boots and make your way to Yacaaba Headland walking track. This lightly challenging walk leads up and across the northern...

  17. Black Head Bowling Club

    Black Head Bowling club is situated on the headland in Black Head village with panoramic views overlooking the scenic coastline. Facilities at the Club include TAB, pokies, Keno, cable television, sports...

  18. Sugar Creek Picnic Area

    Looking for a place to relax and admire nature? Walk through the forest? Maybe cook up a snag or two? Sugar Creek picnic area is a cool sanctuary among the tall timber. Make use of the gas barbecue before heading off...

  19. 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...

  20. 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...

  21. 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...

  22. Black Head Beach

    Located 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...

  23. Harrington Beach State Park

    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...

  24. Mungo Walking Track

    Fascinating Mungo walking track, in Myall Lakes National Park, is a feast for the body, mind, and senses. A delightful collection of walks combine to create this absorbing track which joins Mungo Brush campground on...

  25. Wingham Brush Boardwalk

    Wingham Brush boardwalk and nearby walking tracks provide a gateway from which to discover the incredible world of plants, birds and flying foxes in the rainforest. The wheelchair friendly boardwalk is suitable for...

  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...

  27. Telegherry Forest Rest Area

    Located in the eastern portion of the stunning Chichester State Forest on the Telegherry River, Telegherry Rest Area is a wonderful spot to enjoy a picnic or camping experience. With separate camping and picnic areas...

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