We welcome you as a guest and ask that before you settle into the property that you and any fellow guests familiarise yourself with our Emergency Fact Sheet and Evacuation Diagrams. Evacuation diagrams are located in each bedroom and at the entry to the property. In the event of an Emergency or Hazard please refer to following contact list below.

Emergency Contacts:

Emergency – call 000 for life-threatening emergencies only, including bush fires

Emergency text – call 106 for people who are deaf or have a speech or hearing impairment

Forster Police Station- (02) 6555 1299

Manning Base Hospital, Taree- (02) 6592 9111

NSW Rural Fire Service – call 1800 679 737 for information on fire bans and bushfires in NSW

NSW State Emergency Services – call 132 500 for support and advice in the instance of an emergency

Know your hazard risk:

It is essential that guests and visitors are made aware of any potential hazards that may affect you whilst staying with us, as well as any potential hazards that may affect the local surrounding area. We encourage all guests to download the appropriate emergency application to their mobile phones which provide all current information.

Evacuation orders may be issued by NSW Police or other Emergency services in which these directions should always be followed. We advise guests and visitors to stay together in the event of an evacuation and stay updated with the latest information.

To ensure guest and visitor safety is maximised please refer to the below lists for further information: 

Local radio station- Max Fm 107.3 or Great Lakes FM 101.5 

Midcoast Council- Forster Tuncurry local council (02) 7955 7777

Midcoast Council (Water and sewer services) - 1300 133 455

Roads & Maritime Services- www.livetraffic.com

Bushfires - NSW Rural Fire Service www.rfs.nsw.gov.au

NSW State Emergency Services- If you have experienced damage from storms, wind, hail or a fallen tree and if a tree branch is threatening your property or a person’s safety.


Bureau of Meteorology- who issue flood watches for rivers along with flood warnings, severe weather warnings, severe thunderstorm warning, damaging waves and dangerous surf conditions.


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