In and around Forster and Tuncurry

Foster and Tuncurry are the main town centres for the Great Lakes region in New South Wales.  There is so much to see and do around this area we would have to stay for more than a month to see it all.  This region is on our list to revisit, as we have only touched the surface. (However, we will choose a different location to set up camp, too many flies, mosquitoes and sandflies).  We haven’t even checked out the lakes and wineries.  We’ve been so busy with the scuba diving and sight-seeing (by car and push bike) we haven’t even had enought time to get the boat off the car and go fishing.  However we do intend to walk down to the creek at the back of the caravan park and try our luck to catch a mud crab.

Here is a little taste of what we’ve been up to……

Fresh Oysters

Fresh Oysters:  These had to be some of the best tasting oysters we’ve had.  I think we will get some more tomorrow……

Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks:  Seal Rocks is about a 30km drive south from Forster.  We particularly wanted to check this place out as there is very good diving out from these rocks.

More of Seal Rocks

More of Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks in the distance

Seal Rocks in the distance, we still haven’t got tired of this spectacular coast line.

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2 Responses to In and around Forster and Tuncurry

  1. Angela says:

    Loving the posts!! We all miss you!!

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  2. Roge says:

    Hello Lynda and Phil, I’m enjoying your trip thanks, I used to visit Seal Rocks a lot 30 years ago and did quite a few dives off the rocks in front of the camping ground, first bay. it was a good dive and occasionally a crayfish would follow us back to camp, they were very friendly and tasty…..Roge

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