NSW: North Coast
"A Place to Relax In Relaxing Surroundings"
Whether at the Beach or Alongside a Quite River, these are Peaceful Times
Once away from the busy Central Coast and northern stretches of suburbia that comes to a close at Raymond Terrace, the comfortable four-lane drive wanders through a scenic but quiet countryside. There is the occasional diversion off to the coastal settlements like Blueys Beach, Forster-Tuncurry, Port MacQuarie and Crescent Heads, just to mention a few.
Put all that together with the great selection of wonderful fine dining restaurants, cafe's, craft shops, museums and you have one fabulous place to holiday.
There is great accommodation and wonderful places to shop as well as clubs that offer just about everything in the way of entertainment.
The twin towns of Forster - Tuncurry are part of the Great Lakes District, situated where Wallis meets the ocean.
There are plenty of options for surfing and swimming at the fantastic beaches or fishing in the lakes and rivers.
Wedged between a spur of the Great Dividing Range and the sea Coffs Harbour is a rich green environment famous for the Big Banana which highlights the agricultural history of the town.
The beaches are family friendly and Coffs is a popular holiday destination for people from Sydney and from Brisbane as well as from the western farmlands.