Cellito Beach
Frothy Coffee
Seal Rocks
Girl and Boy at Sandbar
Smiths Lake Beach
Seal Rocks
Wallis Lake National Park
Golf Course

Great Lakes Visitor Information Centre
Ph - 1800 802 692

Action Divers
Shop 4, 1 Manning Street, Tuncurry
6555 4053

Boomerang Forest & Bird Watching Tours
6554 0757
An astounding 202 species of birds have been recorded in and around the Great Lakes region. Bird watching walks by Boomerang Forest Tours encompasses a wildflower heath land, littoral rainforest, open forest and wetlands. Homemade breakfasts are included.

Booti Booti National Park
Wallis Lake and beautiful beaches of all shapes and sizes offer excellent opportunities for water activities. Elizabeth Beach is patrolled by volunteer lifesavers during the swimming season. The lookout tower on Cape Hawke offers 360 degree views over the forests of Booti Booti and Wallingat National Parks, the foothills of the Barrington Tops, Seal Rocks and Crowdy Bay.

Dolphin and Whale Watch
Amaroo Cruises
Daily at 10 am except Saturdays at 2 pm
Bill – 0419 333 445

Fisherman’s Wharf Dive Centre
Wharf Street, Forster
6554 7478

Forster Bowling Club
2 Strand Street, Forster
6554 6155

Forster Tuncurry Memorial Services Club
Strand Street, Forster
6554 6255

Frothy Coffee Boatshed
Lakeside boat hire, coffee lounge and picnic ground
1 Amaroo Drive, Smiths Lake
6554 4202

Golf Courses
Sandbar Golf Course (9 hole)
3434 The Lakes Way, Pacific Palms
6554 4095
Coomba Golf Course (9 hole)
286 Shallow Bay Road, Coomba Park
6554 2167

Great Lakes Aquatic & Leisure Centre
Lake Street, Forster
6591 7199

Great Lakes Wines
115 Herivels Road,
Wootton  (02) 4997 7255
Open for wine tastings 10 am – 5 pm
Open public holidays

Kids Spot Indoor Play Centre
3/4 Enterprise Court, Forster
6557 2767



The last Sunday of each month, from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
Community Centre
The Lakes Way, Pacific Palms

Myall Lakes National Park
One of the state’s largest coastal lake systems (a Ramsar Wetland of International Significance) and forty kilometers of beaches and rolling sand dunes make Myall Lakes one of the most visited parks in NSW. The Grandis, a magnificent 76 metre high Flooded Gum is one of the tallest trees in the state.

Pacific Palms Bowling Club
Macwood Road, Smiths Lake
6554 4333

Pacific Palms Kayak Tours
12 Lethbridge Road, Elizabeth Beach
6554 0079

Pacific Palms Recreation Club
The Lakes Way, Pacific Palms
6554 0207

Sugar Creek Flora Reserve
Rainforest Walking Trail
Wallingat State Forest, Bulahdelah

Next to Community Centre
The Lakes Way, Pacific Palms
6554 0286

The Big Buzz Fun Park
1733 The Lakes Way, Rainbow Flat
6553 6000

Ton o’ Fun Family Fun Park
Ton O Fun Road, Tuncurry
6554 3090

Tuncurry Bowling Club
21 Parkes Street
6554 6477

Wallingat National Park
Whoota Lookout, one of the best natural viewing platforms on the mid-north coast, provides magnificent views of the park’s eucalypt forests and 100 km of coastline from Port Macquarie to Port Stephens.

Wallingat State Forest
360 degree majestic views of Wallis Lake, Forster/Tuncurry, Myall Lakes, Pacific Ocean, Wallingat State Forest

Waves Surf School
Local surf school, offering one day to 1 week surfing courses
1800 851 101

Whoota Whoota Lookout
Wallingat State Forest
360 degree majestic views of Wallis Lake, Forster/Tuncurry, Myall Lakes, Pacific Ocean, Wallingat State Forest

Regional Accommodation on Stayz
Additional Accommodation Options in Smiths Lake

water skiing