Forster Travel Guide

Located in the Mid-North Coast region of New South Wales, Forster is a lovely coastal town with views of the Tasman Sea and numerous inlets to explore. Forster has a population of 14,000 permanent residents. During the Christmas holiday season, the population of the town can expand to about 20,000 people, however Forster is a quiet place throughout the rest of the year.

Things to do in Forster

Booti Booti National Park has several amazing lookouts that peer over the Pacific Ocean and Wallis Lake. The Booti Hill Walking Track is a 7.3-kilometre path that will guide you to some of the most amazing areas of Booti Booti National Park.

Booti-Booti National Park – Forster, New South Wales

Beautiful beach at Booti Booti National Park.

Rest on the soft sand of Elizabeth Beach. This is one of the cleanest beaches in New South Wales, and you will be calmed by the vast expanse of beautiful turquoise water.

Capture some of the greatest sights of the Mid-North Coast region by following the Lakes Way. This 77-kilometre driving route will guide you to Myall, Smiths, and Wallis Lakes.

Forster weather this week

Now17ºCbroken clouds
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  • Fri 20/10heavy intensity rain
    16ºC17ºC
  • Sat 21/10moderate rain
    15ºC18ºC
  • Sun 22/10moderate rain
    14ºC19ºC
  • Mon 23/10moderate rain
    14ºC18ºC
  • Tue 24/10light rain
    17ºC20ºC

Forster and the surrounding areas have a subtropical climate. You can expect humid conditions during every season. The average minimum temperature during the coldest month of temperature is about 9 degrees. During the warmest month of summer, the average maximum temperature is 26 degrees. Forster is frequently visited for its idyllic conditions, so come prepared to enjoy a seaside paradise.