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 months.  A well serviced region with many accommodation options, attractions, cafes and shopping precincts – plenty to keep the whole family entertained.  

The true beauty of this region shines through when you cast your eyes over the coastline.  Stunning crystal clear water and white sandy beaches aplenty… here is a snap shot of why the Twin Towns are so popular!


Wallis Lake is a great spot for fishing, boating and swimming.  And, you would have to be pretty unlucky not to spot a dolphin or two while taking in the gorgeous views of the lake.

View from Tuncurry looking towards Forster.

Standing on Tuncurry Breakwall looking towards Forster Breakwall.

Lakes views from Tuncurry.

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You are spoilt for choice with beaches in this area.  Both sides of the bridge have a number of beautiful beaches and rock pools to enjoy.

The Rockpool in Tuncurry.

Tuncurry Beach.

Forster Main Beach looking towards the Bull Ring (Ocean Baths).

Forster Main Beach.

The Bull Ring (Ocean Baths).

Pebbly Beach, Forster.

One Mile Beach, Forster.

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No visit to this beautiful area is complete without a walk over the bridge.

If you haven’t visited Forster/Tuncurry, put it on your bucket list!

We stayed at Reflections Holiday Parks, Tuncurry.  Check out our review here!

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