Things to Do in Norah Head
There are many superb fishing spots around Norah Head, with the opportunity to catch mullet, whiting, snapper, bream, blackfish, flathead, flounder, jewfish, tarwhine, crabs and prawns.
If you want to get your feet wet, why not try your hand at one of the many water sports available in the area. From sailing and kayaking to scuba diving and snorkeling, there is something for all the family in Norah Head. For those looking to take to the waves Norah Head Beach, on the south side of Norah Head, is well-known for its surf and is enjoyed by surfers and wind surfers alike.
Staying on land, a trip to Norah Head Lighthouse is a must for all visitors to the area. Heritage listed, this icon of the Central Coast offers spectacular views, an insight into Australian maritime history, and even a place to lay your head for the night.
As well as taking in the rich history of the area there are plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained. Around Norah Head and its surrounds there is a wide range of bike and walking tracks. There are easy, paved and bushland tracks for biking and walking, or for something a bit more challenging, head on to one of the colour-coded tracks in the Wyrrabalong National Park to see coastal rainforest and wetlands.
For those with an eye for shopping, Toukley offers everything from gifts and surfwear, to vintage clothing and books. Toukley Markets are held every Sunday from 7am until 2pm, in the Coles car park.