Great Lakes

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Myall Lakes National Park

This park includes one of the State’s largest coastal lake systems as well as beaches, giant sand dunes and areas of forest. The Grandis, a 76m high flooded gum, is one of the tallest trees in NSW. Stay at the historic lighthouse at Sugarloaf Point, Seal Rocks or historic Cutler’s Cottage at Bombah Point. There are lakeside and forest picnic and camping areas with car-based and caravan camping as well as walk-in sites and remote boat-based camping.

Contact details

Phone:(02) 4984 8200
Address:Myall Lakes National Park, The Lakes Way, NSW, 2324, Australia
Email:hunter.region@environment.nsw.gov.au
Website:http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/myall-lakes-national-park
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Pacific Palms

Wedged between the ocean and Wallis Lake, Pacific Palms is both a marvel and a treasure. The beaches of the Palms, Boomerang, Bluey’s, Elizabeth and 7-Mile Beach are blessed with their own postcard waves shaped by prominent headlands. Often visited by cheeky dolphins that love showing the rest of us how surfing should really be done, this part of the NSW coast has remained miraculously undeveloped. There’s no high-rise, nightclub or casino in sight, making it the perfect place for an uncrowded back to nature ‘soul surfer’ experience.

Contact details

Phone:1800 802 692
Address:Blueys Beach, Pacific Palms, NSW,
Email:tourism@greatlakes.nsw.gov.au
Website:www.greatlakes.org.au
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Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is one of those secret spots that have been attracting surfers for decades. This unique location has both north and south facing beaches. This means there is always a wave to be found. No 1 Beach, north facing, has a great right hander off the rocky headland that offers long rides. Lighthouse and Treachery Beach, south facing, are known for generating epic waves when swell rolls in. Beachside camping grounds provide a perfect base to spend days exploring these waves.

Contact details

Phone:1800 802 692
Address:Seal Rocks, Kinka Road, Seal Rocks, NSW,
Email:tourism@greatlakes.nsw.gov.au
Website:www.greatlakes.org.au
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Amaroo Cruises

Contact details

Phone:0419 333 445
Address:Amaroo Cruises, Memorial Drive, , Forster, NSW,
Email:dolphinwatchforster@bigpond.com
Website:www.armaroocruises.com.au
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Jenz@Blueys Beach Coffee and Gift Shop

Contact details

Phone:02 65540582
Address:Jenz@Blueys Beach, 204 Bommerang Drive , Blueys Beach, NSW, 2428, Australia
Email:tjjmevans@bigpond.com
Website:www.jenzatblueysbeach.com.au
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Pacific Palms SUP

Contact details

Phone:0481 126 255
Address:Pacific Palms SUP, 16 Patsys Flat Rd , Smiths Lake, NSW, 2428, Australia
Email:pacificpalmssup@gmail.com
Website:www.pacificpalmssup.com.au
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Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse

Contact details

Phone:(02) 4997 6590
Address:Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, Lot 1 Kinka Road, Seal Rocks, NSW, 2423, Australia
Email:stay@srla.com.au
Website:www.srla.com.au
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The Kingfisher Cafe at Blueys Retreat

Contact details

Phone:(02) 6554 0184
Address:The Kingfisher Cafe at Blueys Retreat, 285 Boomerang Drive, Pacific Palms, NSW, 2428, Australia
Email:enquiries@blueysretreat.com.au
Website:www.blueysretreat.com.au
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