The Twin Towns – FORSTER/TUNCURRY, NSW

From the bridge to the beaches and the lake to the lookouts, a visit to the twin towns of FORSTER/TUNCURRY will not disappoint! Forster/Tuncurry is nestled at the top of the Great Lakes Region in New South Wales, around 3.5 hour north of Sydney. Joined by a 600 metre bridge and surrounded by the beautiful Wallis Lake and the blue seas of the Pacific Ocean, this is a beautiful holiday destination to visit and explore. Forster/Tuncurry is a very popular tourist spot, especially in the warmer [Read more...]

The Drip Gorge Walking Track – Mudgee Region, NSW

THE DRIP GORGE WALKING TRACK is a fairly easy and mostly flat 2.8km return walk beside the Goulburn River.  There are a few steps to tackle but nothing too strenuous.  The Drip is a 35 metre high overhanging cliff and water constantly drips out of the sandstone cliff to the river below. WHERE IS IT? Ulan/Cassilis Road 40 minutes north of Mudgee in New South Wales. THINGS TO KNOW! Picnic tables and toilets are located at the start of the track. The parking [Read more...]

Tilligery Habitat Walk – Port Stephens

Tilligery Habitat Walk is located in the Port Stephens suburb of Tanilba Bay in New South Wales. GETTING THERE Access to the walk is via King Albert Avenue in Tanilba Bay.   THINGS TO KNOW FREE entry. Open all the time. There is a visitors centre at the start of the track - open daily from 9am to 3pm. Public toilets at visitors centre. The Tilligery walks are all flat tracks on a mix of gravel paths and boardwalks. Suitable for prams. There are five [Read more...]

Warners Bay to Speers Point Foreshore Walk

You will find Warners Bay Foreshore Walk along The Esplanade in Warners Bay, around 20 minutes from Newcastle's CBD. The Foreshore Walk is an 8.9km walking track from Eleebana to Booragul. With a few hours to spare in Warners Bay while our car was having the windows tinted, we decided to scooter our way along some of this track.  We started at Warners Bay and finished at Speers Point Park, a total of 8.2km return. A shared concrete pathway follows the lake foreshore [Read more...]

CAVES BEACH – Sea Caves & Rock Pools

CAVES BEACH is a small coastal town just 30kms south of Newcastle in New South Wales.  Caves Beach is a stunning stretch of coastline and a very popular spot to explore sea caves. Access to the sea caves is at the southern end of the beach and low tide is the best time to visit.  We parked in the car park just off Caves Beach Road, to the south of the Surf Club.  The lookout at the car park provides beautiful views of the caves and coastline. There is a path from the [Read more...]