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Lakeside Retreat, Tuncurry

This charming two-bedroom apartment, situated at the rear of the block facing the picturesque Wallis Lake and bridge in Tuncurry, is the ideal starting point for exploring the Forster/Tuncurry region. With stunning views from the kitchen and lounge room, you’ll enjoy privacy without sacrificing the breathtaking surroundings. The master bedroom boasts a comfortable queen-sized bed, while the second bedroom is equipped with two king-sized single beds.

Take a stroll down to Hamilton’s waterfront restaurant for a delicious dinner and drinks by the water. Enjoy fishing or take your boat out on the lake, or cross the bridge to Forster for a day of exploration. The location of this apartment provides easy access to the public swimming pool, marina, and boat ramps, so you can make the most of your time here.

If you’re traveling with a larger group, consider booking into the Lakeside Flats located just in front on the same block.


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