where wallis lake meets the tasman sea, lies the beautiful township of tuncurry
Here you will find a community connected to the water and living a coastal Australian dream. Tuncurry is bounded by the Wallamba river, Wallis Lake and the Tasman Sea. It boasts a village style atmosphere, with plenty of shopping, activities, large open spaces, accommodation for all budgets and excellent surfing. Tuncurry is the northern gateway to the Great Lakes and at its heart is the spectacular bridge crossing Wallis Lake to Forster.
Tuncurry and Forster have always been connected. Before the completion of the bridge in 1959 there was a punt. The towns still share special events and festivals and have a rich history.
If it is fishing you are after then Tuncurry is the place. The town is famous for its fishing, infact the name 'Tuncurry' actually means plenty fish in the local indigneous language. From here you can satisfy any fishing dream you have with estuary, river and deep sea fishing all in easy reach.
A stay in Tuncurry will relax and inspire you. Guaranteed you will want to come back.