CHALLENGE CHASER RETREAT IS CENTRALLY LOCATED TO A NUMBER OF ATTRACTIONS SCATTERED ALONG THE
Head North and discover untouched natural beauty
A thriving coastal community, known for its stunning waters offers the perfect place to swim, surf, shop and eat. Surrounded by white sandy beaches and cliff top walks Forster also offers many different shopping and restaurant experiences, dolphin and whale watching tours and fishing boat hire. Close by you will also find the Bicentennial Trail, Cape Hawke and Booti Booti National Park.
The Manning Valley
Made up of 9 National Parks, 46km of pristine coastline and a double delta river system, the mighty Manning is an adventures paradise. With endless walking trails, mountain biking tracks, waterfalls and lookouts is not to be missed. There are also a number of hinterland towns scattered throughout the area with unique markets, cafes, and vintage shops.
Hike up the Alumin Mountain trail to take in the stunning views of the local area, visit the historic court house or enjoy a refreshing drink at the local pub and enjoy the river views. There are also a number of small privately owned and operated wineries and local sustainable
produce farms in the local area which offer unique and memorable tasting experiences.
Head East and visit the pristine coast line
Head West and explore the stunning national parks
A quaint country town, situated below the magnificent Buckets Mountain Range offers the outdoor enthusiast adventures galore. Horse ride, Kayak, white water raft, hike, 4wd to name just a few. For those less adventurous, take a stroll down the high street and enjoy the many coffee shops, the art gallery and local markets on designated weekends. For those wanting to explore further a field, Gloucester is the gateway to the world renowned Barrington Tops National Park.
Barrington Tops National Park
Immerse yourself in the renowned World Heritage listed Barrington Tops National Park. A spectacular destination to explore ancient rainforests, rugged moutnain ranges and rapid rivers. 4WD, hike, abseil, kyak or bushwalking your way through this unspoilt oasis.
Just down the road the infamous Gloucester tops can also be accessed by car to discover spectacular waterfalls, secluded picnic spots and a number of walking trails.