Explore Forresters Beach
Forresters Beach is one of the best beaches on the northern end of the Central Coast and is extremely popular for holiday makers.
Forresters Beach is one of the best beaches on the northern end of the Central Coast and is extremely popular for holiday makers. Affectionately known to locals as “Forries”, the beachside town is renowned for its pristine sandy beach, stunning rocky cliffs and reef breaks for surfers. Forresters Beach is situated between Wamberal and Bateau Bay. With limited access to the beachfront, Forresters Beach has maintained its quiet and peaceful setting, and is predominately a residential area. The beach is never crowded due to moderate tourism and fewer visitors than Terrigal, so if you are looking for a perfect place to spend a quiet beach day in the summer, then Forresters may just be the beach for you. Other than water activities such as surfing, paddle boarding and swimming, holidaymakers can visit local putt-putt and golf ranges, aquatic centre, shopping centres, pubs, clubs and restaurants.
The Wyrrabalong National Park offers completely undisturbed views of the ocean, with walking trails and picnic areas and is abundant with wildlife. The name Wyrrabalong is Aboriginal for ‘headland looking over the sea’. Bushwalking is a popular activity in the Wyrrabalong National Park which contains tracks leading to Spoon Bay beach. Crackneck Lookout is 85m above sea level with picnic and barbeque areas.
Forresters Beach is well worth the visit and we believe is one of the Central Coast’s hidden gems.