The Seaside of Bateau Bay
Bateau Bay is a beautiful and popular beachside village of the Central Coast. Covered in part by the 140 hectares of Wyrrabalong National Park, the coastline sports long strips of beach and extensive rock platforms that are great for exploring. As its French name suggests, its a great spot to hire boat and explore the coastline or enjoy a day of fishing.
About Bateau Bay
If your idea of a dream destination is the beach, grab your surfboard and pack your swimmers and head to Bateau Bay on the Central Coast. Close to Tuggerah Lake and The Entrance, Bateau Bay provides heaps of waterside options from which to choose.
Choose from accommodation to suit all styles and budgets, including beachfront houses, resorts, a B & B and camping at the tourist park.
Also, don't miss Wyrrabalong National Park, a haven for birds and native wildlife, and follow the Coast Walking Track that links Blue Lagoon to Wyrrabalong Lookout via Bateau Bay Beach and Crackneck Point Lookout. Watch out for whales as they swim along the coast on their northern migration from May to August.
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Tuggerah Lake at Wyrrabalong National Park. Image Barry Collier, Office of Environment and Heritage
The Haven at Terrigal. Image Central Coast Tourism
Surfer at Crackneck Lookout. Image The Legendary Pacific Coast