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Wallingat Forest drive

Wallingat Forest drive, Wallingat NSW 2428
25km (return) - 7 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty Prepare to see all Wallingat National Park has to offer in one easy drive. The 25km loop that is Wallingat Forest drive takes you through the thick forest, the snow-white trunks of gum trees towering over you, and underneath the vast leaves of the cabbage palm shading the road. The route takes in all the major sites of the ... Visit website for more info
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Wallingat National Park

Sugar Creek Road, Wallingat NSW 2428
Here, on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the Pacific Ocean meets forest. At Whoota Whoota lookout, one of Wallingat National Park's most visited attractions, you'll be overwhelmed by the beauty. Explore the park further and you'll see stands of straight, tall flooded gums. At Sugar Creek, there are also stands of cabbage palms, filled with the sounds of ... Visit website for more info
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Elizabeth Beach picnic area

Lakeside Crescent, Elizabeth Beach NSW 2428
Framed by a scenic backdrop of the imposing Booti Hill, Elizabeth Beach is a popular spot for families, surfers and day-trippers. More intimate than the nearby Boomerang Beach, it's a great place to throw down the towel and soak up some sun as sea eagles and shore birds glide past. In summer, a beach patrol means swimming and surfing ... Visit website for more info

Lighthouse Beach

LOT 3 Kinka Road, Seal Rocks NSW 2423
Lighthouse Beach faces almost due south, fully exposing it to all waves from that direction. It is bordered by Sugarloaf Point and Seal Rocks reef in the north and Treachery Head in the south. Lighthouse Beach can be accessed either by taking the short walk to Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse or by driving down towards Treachery. This beach can also be accessed by 4WD. Lighthouse Beach offers good diving, snorkelling, surfing and fishing....
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Treachery Camp

166 Thomas Road, Seal Rocks NSW 2423
Surrounded by Myall Lakes National Park, Treachery Camp offers its guests an unspoilt coastal retreat just to the south of Seal Rocks. Camping, cabins and lodge accommodation are available. If camping, there are no allocated sites. There is a modern amenities block with hot showers and flushing toilets, as well as a large camp kitchen containing two gas barbecues and large tables. Several cabins types are available, sleeping from four to eight guests and each with a full kitchen. Please refer to the website for details of each cabin type. The Beach Lodge accommodates up to 45 people in 12 separate bedrooms. There is a large common room, fully equipped kitchen, huge deck, outdoor setting, barbecue and fire pit....

North Coast Holiday Parks Seal Rocks

Kinka Road, Seal Rocks NSW 2423
At North Coast Holiday Parks Seal Rocks you are a stranger only once. Your stay will sure be enjoyable and fun, and you'll soon be part of the Seal Rocks family. Relax in the idyllic fishing village of Seal Rocks with its lovely warm atmosphere. The village is one of the few remaining coastal villages to have avoided major development, so you will experience a truly relaxing and uninterrupted stay. Situated directly on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, just a short walk across the road you find yourself on the spectacular Number One Beach, great for a day with the family and also a popular surfing beach. Diving is also not to be missed, a great spot to see the grey nurse shark population. The well known lighthouse is easily accessible from the park. Sit and watch the whales passing by and soak up the amazing view!...

Komunity Project Great Lakes Pro

Boomerang Drive, Boomerang Beach NSW 2428
Promising professional surfers from all over the world can look forward to four new World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 1000 events, when the NSW Pro Surf Series kicks off on the NSW coastline in early 2017. Thanks to a successful partnership between Surfing NSW, WSL, Destination NSW and NBN Television, four events (male and female) are slated to take place at Maroubra Beach, Cabarita Beach, Avoca Beach and Boomerang Beach over the next three years. The "Komunity Project Pro" is the land stop of the NSW Pro Surf Series at Boomerang Beach. The NSW Pro Surf Series has been developed for Australian and International surfers to gain ranking points and prize money on the WSL Qualifying Series. The Series also creates a NSW coastal road trip for all to explore the variety of waves, visit local communities and enjoy NSW surfing culture....

Boomerang Beach

Boomerang Drive, Boomerang Beach NSW 2428
Renowned for its excellent surfing waves, Boomerang beach is a popular family beach for those holidaying in the Pacific Palms area. Ringed in the north by Booti Booti National Park the headland and rocky outcrop provides ideal snorkelling, rock pools and shelter, whilst the southern headland is responsible for the ideal waves surfers enjoy. The crystal clear waters, white sand and frolicking dolphins make this an ideal family beach, particularly in summer holidays when the beach is patrolled....

Moby's Beachside Retreat

4 Red Gum Road, Boomerang Beach NSW 2428
Designed with the beach and relaxation in mind, Moby's caters for those who appreciate boutique style accommodation, providing a relaxed ambience with a choice between one, two or three bedroom Beach Houses. Moby's contemporary Beach Houses have been designed by renowned Sydney architect, Tim Earnshaw. All Beach Houses are fully self-contained and include high quality fixtures and furnishings such as, polished timber flooring throughout, large decks for outdoor dining, kitchens with stainless steel benching, all cookware required for self-catering, large living/dining area with a flat screen television and a laundry. Wheelchair accessible accommodation is also available. The resort includes a large free form heated swimming pool with spa, competition standard tennis court and is situated only a stone's throw from Boomerang Beach. Resort facilities include a restaurant, bar, functions rooms, gymnasium and children's playground....

Amaroo On The Waterfront

89 Amaroo Drive, Smiths Lake NSW 2428
Amaroo on the Waterfront at Smiths Lake is an easy three hour drive north of Sydney. The area is ideal for those "get away from it all" holidays yet only a few minutes drive from world class surf beaches such as Blueys and Boomerang. Swim, fish or launch a kayak from the property. You could enjoy your own picnic in the back yard or at the edge of the lake. Head out for a walk along the waterfront to the famous "Frothy Coffee" boat shed and enjoy a coffee and light refreshments inside the cafe or enjoy your refreshments whilst sitting on Amaroo beach, enjoying the tranquil blue waters of the lake. The three bedroom home is spacious and superbly equipped with magnificent water views and sleeps up to eight guests in comfort. Enjoy the spacious rumpus/games room with pool table that teenagers love to use as their retreat....

Treachery Beach

166 Thomas Road, Seal Rocks NSW 2423
Treachery beach is found by turning right at the Seal Rocks General Store and following Thomas Road to Treachery Camp. This beach is one of those secret surfing spots you always hear about but wonder where they are. The headland here sticks out further into the ocean than any other point, which means it catches a lot of swell and so offers great surfing. The surf can be large at times....