Smiths Lake is a suburban town located in the local government area of the Great Lakes Council in the state of New South Wales. Its name was derived from the lake with the same name just a short distance away from the suburb. Smiths Lake is a well-known tourist destination because of various waterways near the community. Some of the common recreational activities are boating, fishing and swimming at different sites, including the Smiths Lake, Wallis Lake and Myall Lakes. Popular beaches in the area include Cellitos Beach, Boomerang Beach, Blueys Beach, Seal Rocks Beach, Elizabeth Beach and Shelley Beach. Tourists can also visit many national parks near the suburb or spend time at other landmarks such as the Seal Rocks lighthouse and The Grandis, which is considered to be tallest tree in New South Wales.
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