Forster Tuncurry famous twin towns sitting astride glittering Wallis Lake with beautiful turquoise waters, uncrowded beaches and the best Sydney rock oysters in Australia
How to get to Forster & Tuncurry by car, train, coach or plane.
Swim, sunbake and relax on the beach
The beaches and waterways of Forster and Tuncurry offers six beaches with both the salty experience and the clear waters of Wallis Lake with endless water activities. Once you have crossed the bridge that connects Forster and Tuncurry, your holiday offers you the perfect escape to create memories with your family and friend throughout the year.
You will love our Beaches
Main Beach is located in the centre of town offering calm swimming condition ideally with families. The beach throughout summer is patrolled and is close to nearby cafes such as Beach Bums Cafe and Wingman Espresso, great for both breakfast and lunch.
One Mile Beach has amazing views down from the beach and is one of the best places to spot whales. The iconic sand dune is a challenging climb and is a favourite for surfers.
Tuncurry’s Nine Mile Beach is 4WD accessible with a permit from Midcoast. Surfers and fisherman love this spot with the annual Mullet Run competition.
Burgess Beach is one of the picturesque in the Barrington Coast, showcasing the white sands and can only be accessed at low tide.
Seven Mile Beaches and McBrides of Booti Booti National Park are a must if you have keen fisherman. McBrides is only accesible by foot on a tough rainforest track. Seven Mile Beach is a popular beach for rock fishing and has been known to have the cleanest waves in the region.