Make a holiday villa in Forster, Australia your home away from home
Forster is set on New South Wales’ Mid-North Coast, in a popular region for tourism and recreation. On holiday at a Forster Villa you’ll have a tremendous amount of beaches close by, as well as a wealth of other beautiful natural scenery, including lakes and wildlife reserves inland.
Things to do in Forster, Australia
The beaches close to Forster holiday villas are absolutely essential. Starting just a little way south of the town - Bluey’s Beach is often regarded as the best stretch of shore for families – it’s long and offers relatively shallow and calm waters. Elizabeth Beach is another excellent choice for visitors with children. For a little more action Boomerang Beach would suit you if you want to enjoy some surfing.
Meanwhile on the waterfront closer to Forster holiday rentals Pebbly Beach is another popular surfing beach, while perhaps the most frequented of all ate One Mile Beach and Forster Main Beach, offering long, sweeping sandy bays with golden sand.
You’ll have all the amenities you could need at your disposal during your stay at self-catering accommodation in Forster, with shops and restaurants. Neighbouring Tuncurry offers a cinema, while the area boasts two great golf courses. Forster-Tuncurry Golf Club and Tuncurry Country Club. Other activities available include dolphin and whale watching. There are a handful of companies in the area offering specialised cruises during the period between June and November, when you’ll get the chance to see not only dolphins and whales, but sharks as well.
To enjoy a variety of other activities you could head to the lakes, a short drive from Forster holiday villas. At Wallis, Smiths and Myall Lakes you can take scenic walks or bike rides, or go boating and fishing on the water.
Places to visit on holiday in Forster, Australia
Ninety minutes north of self-catering villas in Forster, along the Pacific Highway, is the town of Port Macquarie. It has a fascinating history, as the first convict settlement to be established after Sydney. This has endowed Port Macquarie with a number of important historical sites and attractions – there’s the Historic Graveyard and a maritime museum, alongside some absolutely lovely beaches.
Weather in Forster, Australia
At Forster holiday accommodation there’s warm or hot weather for around seven months of the year, from around October to April. The warmest weather arrives in January and February when temperatures hit the mid or high 20s. Winters are very mild here, and daytime highs tend not to drop beneath 15 degrees.
Cheap flights to Forster, Australia
Forster holiday villas are within a four-hour drive of Sydney Airport (SYD), which can be reached from the UK with Qantas and British Airways, flying out of London-Heathrow (LHR).