Heading south from Taree along the Pacific Highway, you will reach the exit sign for Rainbow Flat to commence Tourist Drive 6.
Rainbow Flat • Forster • Tuncurry • Pacific Palms • Seal Rocks
Along the way: Beaches: Hallidays Point, Black Head, Red Head and Diamond Beach. Wallamba River, Wallis Lake, Smiths Lake, Myall Lakes, Sugar Loaf Point Lighthouse and The Grandis, the tallest tree in NSW in Myall Lakes National Park.
Just 10 minutes down the road you will find the turn off for the quaint seaside villages of Hallidays Point, Black Head, Red Head and Diamond Beach where you can take your pick of pristine beaches for a swim.
Continuing along The Lakes Way you will follow the Wallamba River, into the picturesque twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry. From the breakwall, it’s not uncommon to spot dolphins, turtles and seals.
South from Forster there is Booti Booti National Park, Pacific Palms, Coomba Park, Smith Lakes, Wallingat National Park and Seal Rocks.
The drive will then continue through the picturesque Myall Lakes National Park until you meet back up with the highway near the historic town of Bulahdelah.