Arriving at Tuncurry
Forster Tuncurry mid north coast NSW was my first stop on the way from Port Macquarie to Sydney in March 2017. A population of over 18,000 people it is a holiday destination for many Sydney siders who are only a 4 hour drive away.
Over the bridge to Forster
The bridge is 631 metres long and was built around 1956, prior to that it was a half hour ferry trip between the two towns.
View from Forster to Tuncurry
It is really a magnificent looking structure.
A fiserman & a pelican
Who is going to catch the first fish? My money is on the Pelican. 🙂
Forster Tuncurry mid north coast NSW
There are so many places here you can go by boat.
A boating paradise.
More water than land around Forster Tuncurry mid north coast NSW.
Talking about boats….
This one is allmost identical to the boat I owned in Sydney in the 80s. One of my most interesting experiences occured on NYE 1981 on Sydney Harbour, follow THIS LINK for the story of THE GREAT ESCAPE.
The main St in Forster
As you can see the main street is nothing to get excited about.
Nice little coffee shop
I’m happy as long as I find a good coffee shop with the daily newspaper. 🙂
If you have the time take a cruise
Unfortunately I was heading south to Gosford so I didn’t have time for a cruise.
Not too many altenitives here.
You could have fun on this boat
As long as your friends contributed to the fuel cost. 🙂
The annual weather
An absolutely beautiful climate in Forster Tuncurry mid north coast NSW.
We always seem to come back to the bridge
No doubt it is the most memorable landmark in the area, and probably even the whole NSW coast.
Over the bridge & back to the highway.
Next stop gosford, thanks for visiting my Forster Tuncurry mid north coast NSW photo blog.
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That’s all folks