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Great Lakes Visitor Guide : NSW 2008
/' welcome to he eat I a es is where the magnificent eastern dividing range forms a backdrop to one of the most dazzling stretches of coast you will ever experience. Celebrate - nature's majesty - with 1 ms of stunning coastline and a glittering mos' crystal clear waterways e Impressive Wallis, Smiths and Myall Lakes networks, the Great Lakes is NSW's water playground. Breathe - throughout the region you can discover breathtaking scenery and celebrate fabulous sunsets. Explore - here you can immerse yourself in nature's varied moods, from wide expanses of sub tropical forests to the tranquility of a deserted beach during a brilliant sunrise. Be amazed - secluded bays and exciting surf beaches, stunning coastal scenery and historic hinterland combine to make the Great Lakes an amazing destination. Clear your soul - choose to relax, take it all in or go exploring - there is an experience for all within one of nature's finest landscapes. Choose your own destination and choose your own pace. You can base yourself anywhere in the region... Forster/T uncurry, Myall Coast, Pacific Palms, the hinterland or at the many secluded retreats scattered throughout the countryside. It is those unique moments, with special people, in special places, at special times that become treasured memories. The Great lakes is a special place. Photographs main: Broughton Island below left to right: sunset over Wallis Lake; family fun at the beach; mossy logs at Strike-a-light Camp 2 www.greatlakes.org.au