Photo: Entrance to the Lakesway, New South Wales NSW
The North Coast of New South Wales make for a great getaway from Sydney or Brisbane, if your so inclined. Known for its long pristine beaches, crystal clear streams and towering forests.
You can spot koalas in their natural habitat on the Tilligerry Peninsula. There are a number of historical museums to visit, art and craft galleries to peruse, and plenty of good restaurants, eateries, coffee shops and markets, offering all sorts of locally made produce and goods.
Bushwalking and mountain climbing, swimming, water skiing, trail bike riding, bird watching are some of the attractions here. 40 kms of beaches and dunes make it a great place to visit. Try succulent oysters, raw, from the farms along the lakes shores.
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There are wonderful beaches on the North Coast - Diamond Beach is popular with the locals as well as visitors.
There is a fine collection of restaurants in Port Macquarie so you can sample great food and some of the local award-winning wines. For wildlife, there are whales, dolphins and koalas - or enjoy one of the many magnificent beaches in the region.
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