• 3 Bedrooms
• 1 Shower
• 1 Toilet
• One-Car Covered Carport
IT IS TIME TO RELAX IN A HOLIDAY LIFESTYLE!
Forster/Pacific Palms, just three hours north of Sydney. Walk to beach
This three-bedroom, light-filled home of approximately 100 sqm plus
veranda sits on a prominent site within the park. Boasts large, open-plan
lounge, dining and kitchen area. Located new in 2003 with gas cooking
and hot water, with solar panels fitted in 2014. Nice outlook to grassed
area from front veranda with vegetated buffer behind and flat grassed
area. Features established flower beds and vegetable garden with tool
and garden sheds, as well as a carport.
House is ready for your future.
The Palms Oasis Village has a recreation area with a kids' playground
and a swimming pool. The main shop is a general convenience store
and petrol station, making the village a self-contained hub. Blueys Beach
shops with cafes, chemist and restaurants are a short three-minute
drive. Blueys Beach is a four-minute drive, the Pacific Palms Recreation
Club is a short eight minutes, and the township of Forster is an easy 15-
Forster-Tuncurry & Great Lakes includes Blueys Beach, Boomerang
Beach, Booti Booti, Charlotte Bay, Coomba, Coomba Bay, Coomba Park,
Darawank, Elizabeth Beach, Forster, Forster Keys, Forster Shopping
Village, Green Point, Pacific Palms, Pipers Bay, Sandbar, Smiths Lake,
Tarbuck Bay, Tiona, Tuncurry and Whoota. Amazingly varied, the
beaches are truly beautiful and largely uninhabited. In the sea the
dolphins play and the whales cruise past on cue on their way north. The
air is clear and the stars at night are as bright as neon lights. The lakes
are picturesque and only disturbed by the occasional kayaker.
• Taree (36 km, 30 minutes from Tuncurry). Daily flights to Sydney.
• Yes, major bus companies travelling the Pacific Highway have
• arrangements to stop.
• South Street in Forster is where most of the medical services are
• located including a private hospital. Taree Base Hospital is large
• and well equipped. New Emergency Department.
• Forster with 24-hour policing
• The Great Lakes Advocate (Weekly Paper)