the best way to explore the Great Lakes is by boat

Whether you are cruising the lake or heading out to sea you will find a patch of water to call your own. Our lakes are full of secret spots, hidden beaches and deserted islands. At their back are meandering rivers leading up into the hinterland. These quiet waterways are teeming with life.

If the open water is more your style the coastline between Forster and Seal Rocks has stunning cliff faces, caves and private beaches. Bring your own boat or hire one when you get here – spending time on the water in the Great Lakes is mandatory.

Paradise Marina

Location: 51 Little Street, Forster, NSW, 2428

paradise marina, forster

Chris and Jim Hamilton and their dedicated staff offer one of the best venues for breakfast & lunch in Forster. Paradise Marina use premium fresh ...

Waterline Boathouse

Location: 15 Little Street, Forster, NSW, 2428

waterline boathouse, forster

Formally known as the Tikki Boat Shed, Waterline Boathouse is only short stroll from the heart of Forster, situated on the idyllic Wallis Lake. Water...

Blue Peter Boatshed

Location:  95 Little Street, Forster, NSW, 2428

Wide, safe boats with canopy. Generous hourly, half day, full day & weekly rates available. WE CAN PROVIDE ALL YOUR FISHING NEEDSFull range of bai...

Aussie Boatshed

Location: 11-13 Little St, Forster, NSW, 2428

Aussie Boatshed

The Aussie boatshed is where you will find the newest fleet of kayaks and canoes , single and double seat , boats to hire, kids lifejac...

Tea Gardens Boatshed

Location: 110 Marine Drive, Tea Gardens, NSW, 2324

Restaurant: Tea Gardens Boatshed Restaurant has been established for the past 10 years. In that time we have grown to incorporate a fully licensed caf...

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