Discover the best top things to do in Forster, Australia including Cape Hawke Lookout, Wallis Lake, Seven Mile Beach, Burgess Beach, Forster, Bennetts Head Lookout, Booti Booti National Park, Forster Main Beach, Forster Stockland Shopping Centre, Forster Beach, One Mile Beach.
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4.5 based on 173 reviews
It is definitely worth the short drive out from the town centre of Forster to visit the Cape Hawke Lookout. The trail starts immediately after the carpark, passing by an information board the track to the summit begins, just 420 metres long. It is a short sharp climb mostly in the shade, there are mossy wooden benches along the way for those who might need a rest. The path is rough with many steps but thoroughly worth the climb. At the summit there is a eight metre high elevated tower, from the top platform of the tower there are magnificent views of the coastline and surrounding countryside. Allow 30 minutes return.
5 based on 37 reviews
Beautiful Wallis lake stunning crystal clear blue water great for fishing,swimming,snorkeling and all water sports. Always plenty of dolphins to see.
Beautiful lake with may different sections. Waters are very clear with plenty of bird life on and beside the lake. Surprising shallow in many sections. All types of water activities available to amuse young and old. Many restaurants and cafes once you get off the boat.
A day on the lake is a lovely way to chill out and relax.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Yes, a magnificent beach, like many others in this area, but also a clean and rather long one as well.. Great for long walks, to take in what nature has to offer. Great for a swim as well but not manned by life savers. Nonetheless, a very picturesque location in this fantastic national park.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Burgess Beach varies from sandy Beaches between rocky platforms at good times, to all jagged rocky Beaches between rocky platforms when the sand has been washed away by big seas. This is normal seasonal activity. This 'beach' is NOT patrolled by any lifeguards, so caution is required when using this beach, and the surrounding rocks! Also no toilets are provided, only shower and foot washing.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Bennetts Head Lookout is another gem on the coastline at Forster, the easiest way to arrive here is by car or you can walk here as part of the Bicentennial Walk which stretches between Forster Beach to the Lookout. There is a small platform which extends out over a rocky gorge for great views of the coastline and ocean. From the lookout we walked along a short narrow path south to One Mile Beach, which if you have time I highly recommend, this is a very pretty beach.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
4.5 based on 19 reviews
This beach has a patrolled swimming area and also a large enclosed open-air pool, making it an attractive destination. Barbecue and Seating facilities are located at one end. Although extensive parking is available, sometimes it is difficult to find a space during holiday periods.
4 based on 14 reviews
Just a normal stockland mall complex coles,woolies,target etc. It has a few places to eat nothing amazing but it will satisfy your hunger. The butcher is very good and has a large selection of goods to choose from. The car park is free and normally easy to get a spot except in the tourist season. You will be able to pick up what you need for the house or holiday.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
It's a nice small beach, with a ocean pool at one end.
It's also a small town, and not too crowded. Very easy to access.
What is amazing is that dolphins swim up close to the shore line, almost every day? (at least the few days I was there).
4.5 based on 7 reviews
A great beach to visit and has something for everyone.. Great views, Beautiful waves, Play ground at one end.. and Giant Sandhill ,popular for sand sliding and boarding
The northern end is the access to Bennett's Head lookout where 360 degree views of the area can be enjoyed.
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