30 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020
2 adults - 1 room
20 minutes south of Forster is beautiful Smiths Lake. Have you ever been to Smiths Lake? In between the Wallis and Myall Lakes is the smaller but just as majestic Smiths Lake, offering warm calm waters separated from the ocean by an impressive sandbar formation. Great Lakes Council does open this entrance when the waters in the lake become too high or need replenishing. The township of Smiths Lake is approximately 25km south of Forster. Some three quarters of the catchment is forested or waterway. The lake is a largely undisturbed estuary of high scenic value. The town of Smiths Lake is located on the northern shore of the estuary and the southern shores are included within the Myall Lakes. Our home Amaroo is beautifully positioned at a higher elevation on the edge of Smiths Lake. The prime positioning of the home gives you the opportunity to soak in the beauty and the tranquility of the lake. The home is a short walk to the Smiths lake local shops. The town shops consist of a newsagent which stock groceries and videos for hire, a bakery, a liquor shop and a butcher. There is also a homely cafe and a beauty/hairdressing salon in the local shopping area. A five minute drive from the house takes you to the PacificPalms shopping area near Blueys and Boomerang beach. This complex is equipped with more shops and restaurants to satisfy any holiday makers needs. In effect, most essentials can be obtained from the Smiths Lake local shops and the shops in Pacific Palms near Blueys and Boomerang beach. The welcome letter we email you when the home is booked gives you comprehensive information on activities, restaurants as well as more details of our beautiful suburb so that you can make the most of your holiday. Things to do & Local Attractions: * swimming, sailing, fishing, cycling * Play pool and table tennis * Enjoy a barbeque on the deck while you watch the sun set over the lake * Surf or simply lie on the pristine Amaroo lake beach or ocean beaches nearby * Explore the Myall Lakes and Wallingat National Parks * Visit the lighthouse at Seal Rocks *Relax and enjoy the spectacular views from the house Cast a fishing line or launch a kayak, windsurfer or small boat from the backyard. *Hire a boat, a kayak at Frothy Coffee boatshed or enjoy a snack by the lake *Take a short drive to the un spoilt ocean beaches at Sandbar, Blueys, Boomerang, Elizabeth beach, Cellito or Seal Rocks. *Drive through the Booti Booti National Park to enjoy the “Whoota Whoota Look Out”. *Tour the nearby Myall Lakes and Booti Booti National Parks and enjoy the birdlife in its natural habitat or you might prefer to visit the craft galleries. Smiths Lake is separated from the ocean by a natural sand Bar. The lake is ideal for all water sports. The lake is an ideal safe swimming area for kids. A short drive to the south of Smiths Lake will take you to Seal Rocks lighthouse. From this spot you could spot whales migrating to the north during winter. The area also boasts a beautiful picnic spot. There are two nine-hole golf courses in the area. If you prefer a more serious game of golf then 20 minutes drive to the north will take you to 18 hole courses in Forster and Tuncurry. National Parks, rain forests, boat hire (Smiths Lake and Forster) local markets, bird watching, bush walking and by obtaining a permit you could venture on a four-wheel driving trip to the Sandbar Beach. Forster and Tuncurry are only 20 minutes drive from home. This holiday area consists of lovely restaurants, cafes, various sporting facilities, and a indoor aquatic centre etc. The area is packed with interesting shops, a ten pin bowling ally, movie theatres, whale and dolphin cruises. Major supermarkets (Coles and Woolworths), Bunnings, Kmart and many more shops are housed in Stockland Shopping mall in Forster. Visit Amaroo at www.ozehols.com.au/1
great spot lived at coomba park
Great for beach, boat and fishing. I love Tartt food and coffee.