Raffertys Resort.

Raffertys Resort

The perfect place to enjoy those moments that matter..

Raffertys Resort is situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie, which is four times the size of Sydney Harbour. This self catering resort is nestled in the bush between the beach and the lake on a quiet bay of Cams Wharf – just 90 minutes north of Sydney.

Accompanying the various styles of self-contained accommodation are four tennis courts, four resort pools, boat ramp, resort jetty and access to a number of dining options, so you can do as much or as little as you like. Whatever your type of getaway, Raffertys is the perfect place to enjoy those moments that matter.

Address. 1 Wild Duck Drive via Raffertys Road, Cams Wharf NSW 2281 Australia

Phone. (+61) 2 4972 5555

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