The Great Lakes - Forster & Gloucester NEW 4 Days FOR ONLY
$595.00
12 - 15 March 2013 & 10 - 13 November 2013
   

Just over three hours from Sydney but a world away, you will find the Great Lakes, where the magnificent eastern dividing range forms a backdrop to one of the most dazzling stretches of coast you will ever see.

At the Northern tip of the Great Lakes, surround by National Parks, where Wallis Lake meets the ocean you will find the twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry. Forster is the ideal base from which to explore the many delights of the Great Lakes Region.

Beyond the coast lies a lush green region rich in history, agriculture and country atmosphere. Gloucester is located on the northern boundary of the Hunter region in the foothills of the Barrington Tops World Heritage Area; forming part of the hinterland of the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. 

 

Tour Highlights Include:

  • Spend all 3 nights at the same motel in Forster
  • Visit the historic town of Morpeth
  • Travel via the charming towns of Dungog & Stroud
  • Tour the twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry
  • Take a 2 hour dolphin watch cruise on Wallis Lake
  • Enjoy free time to explore the shops, do a spot of fishing or wander along the Main Beach at Forster
  • Travel to the picturesque hinterland and visit Gloucester, the closest town to Barrington Tops National Park
  • Be taken on an informative town tour of Gloucester with a local guide
  • Visit the Gloucester Folk Museum, built in 1909 - 1910
  • Enjoy a tasty lunch at Hillview Herb Farm along with a guided tour and talk with our host Karen
  • Learn of Bush Rangers & Stockmen, quality beef and the historic homestead at Rawdon Vale Cattle Property
  • See the Green Cathedral, a canopy of rainforest palm trees opening up to a beautiful open air chapel
  • Enjoy lunch at the Tea Gardens Hotel while admiring the views over the water
Just to name a few...

CALL US ON 02 9793 7960 FOR A COMPLETE BROCHURE

PRICE IS BASED ON PER PERSON TWIN SHARE. DETAILS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

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