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Beachcomber Toukley - Toukley Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Beachcomber Toukley

200 Main Road, Toukley - Map
"Good Entertainment on Lake Macquarie "
The whole experience was better than I anticipated. The room was comfortable and large with a balcony overlooking the lake. The bar and bistro were a huge surprise the night we stayed it was alive with a fashion parade on one area and a band in another all happening while there was still eat a meal chat watch the footy play pool or have a punt. The outside area by the lake would be great for a group. Big tick. More than a room for the night
Traveller from Dundas Valley
Oaks Waterfront Resort - The Entrance - The Entrance Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Oaks Waterfront Resort - The Entrance

89 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
"Love the place, stayed before and will stay again."
Booked on line and paid a little extra for a room with a bath, but no bath. Staff very professional and friendly fulfilled our request with a room with an ocean view and a bath. Wonderful!
Traveller from Sydney
Located right on the water's edge with superb views of both the surf beach and Tuggerah Lakes, Oaks Waterfront Resort is …More
Hibiscus Lakeside Motel - Budgewoi Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hibiscus Lakeside Motel

2 Diamond Head Drive, Budgewoi - Map
"Budget accommodation close to The Lakes"
Comfortable ,clean room with adequate amenities right on a lake.Coffee shops,pubs close by;meals great from these places.Only had two nights here;Laurence[the owner & new!! ] is extremely helpful and cheerful!Anything He doesn't know, He takes the time to find out!! Will recommend highly.Thank you Laurence;we did find our way into the Big Smoke albeit a few hiccups. George,Lou
Traveller from W.A
Mercure Kooindah Waters - Wyong Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Mercure Kooindah Waters

40 Kooindah Boulevard, Wyong - Map
"Great location, lovely spacious rooms"
I was really happy with the room, spacious and nicely decorated, no horrible hotel carpets! Very clean and the only thing I could fault is the awful pillows which were so high that we both woke with bad necks!
Traveller from Sydney
Located on the Central Coast of New South Wales, 90 minutes north of Sydney, Mercure Kooindah Waters Central Coast offers a …More
Waldorf Apartment Hotel - The Entrance - The Entrance Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Waldorf Apartment Hotel - The Entrance

18 Coral Street, The Entrance - Map
"Close to everything"
Loved the breakfast menu, the breakfast staff were very efficient, helpful & courteous. Couldn't do enough for us.
Traveller from Sydney
Lake Haven Motor Inn & Palms Restaurant - Gorokan Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Lake Haven Motor Inn & Palms Restaurant

155 - 157 Wallarah Road, Gorokan - Map
"Handy location "
Tv is a ridiculous 17 inch computer monitor. .room smelt a bit..
A Traveller
Tiarri Terrigal Beach - Terrigal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Tiarri Terrigal Beach

16 Tiarri Crescent, Terrigal - Map
Room was spotlessly clean & comfortable. Staff very helpful and in a good location. Obly nefatives woul be tgat the free Breakfast was pretty basic. & overall quite expensive
A Traveller
Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat - Terrigal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat

224 Terrigal Drive, Terrigal - Map
"Great place"
The room was great, modern spacious and overlooking the pool.
A Traveller
Crowne Plaza Terrigal - Terrigal Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Crowne Plaza Terrigal

Pine Tree Lane, Terrigal - Map
"Really friendly and welcoming staff "
Really great holiday - the accomodation was wonderful . What stood out the most for us was how friendly and helpful the staff were . Didn't get upset with the two boys who were v noisy and mischievous!
Traveller from sydney
El Lago Waters Motel - The Entrance Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

El Lago Waters Motel

41 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
3.7 out of 5 (311 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Central Coast

    In between Sydney and Lake Macquarie and close to the stunning Hunter Valley, the Central Coast is a scenic beach region of New South Wales. Despite its close proximity to other major Australian destinations, it manages to retain its own individual character and culture. Although it is often overlooked in favour of other places, there are loads of things for all visitors to do and see, with lots of choices for couples, families, friends, and solo travelers. A wide choice of Central Coast accommodation is available, giving you an ideal base from where you can experience the rich diversity of the area.


    The Central Coast has been inhabited for thousands of years. One of the country’s first English-speaking Aborigines came from the Central Coast.

    Things to do

    Along the Central Coast, you’ll find beautiful beaches, sparkling lakes, enticing bays, pretty hinterland, and a variety of interesting towns and villages. Distillery Botanica is a local attraction where many unlikely products are distilled to create some tantalisingly tasty drinks. If you fancy even more tipples, check out Firescreek Wines, where wines are made using various fruits and herbs. Luka Chocolates is a chocoholic’s dream! You will likely want to spend some time enjoying the nice beaches. If surfing is right up your street, you should head to Soldiers Beach or North Avoca. Umina Beach has great views, and Terrigal Beach has a lively atmosphere. Why not add a day of diving or fishing for something a bit different? For nature and wildlife, check out Bouddi National Park, Brisbane Water National Park, and Strickland State Forest, and enjoy a walk along the stunning 5 Lands Coastal Walkway. The lighthouse at Norah Head is a popular sight. For the young and young at heart, there is the Treetop Adventure Park, Australian Reptile Park, and the Central Marine Discovery Gallery.

    Shopping and dining

    If shopping excites you, you will certainly be happy on the Central Coast - it is home to the biggest single level mall in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere! There are many smaller shopping centres too, as well as numerous places to eat and drink. The bar scene has really grown over recent years.

    Getting here and around

    Easy to reach from Sydney, you can either book a flight to Sydney or a flight to Newcastle. Good roads run all along the coast and you will find Central Coast hotels in all major towns along the way.

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