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North Coast

The North Coast begins at Lake Macquarie and the coal mining areas of the city of Newcastle in the Hunter, then proceeds north through beautiful beaches and resort towns to Tweed Heads at the New South Wales and Queensland border.

As you head north through the temperate climate zone and toward the more subtropical areas, the coast line parallels the Great Dividing Range of mountains and there are numerous national parks, forests and mountain vistas a short distance inland.

And not to be forgotten the two glorious islands off the coast, with the first being Lord Howe and much further east, Norfolk.

Byron Bay

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Just an hour south of Tweed Heads and the Queensland border, the subtropical resort township of Byron Bay is famous… Read More »Byron Bay

Forster

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Just north of the Myall Lakes and on a long coastal peninsula that separates the Wallis Lake from the ocean, Forster is… Read More »Forster