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The Entrance

  • Pelican Feeding, The Entrance
  • Crackneck Point Lookout


Beaches in The Entrance

Surrounded by lagoons, lakes and beaches, The Entrance is a popular holiday centre. It sits near the strip of land that separates the ocean from Tuggerah Lake.

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About The Entrance

With its cosmopolitan atmosphere and attractive town centre, The Entrance is one of the prettiest towns in the Central Coast's, Wyong Area. If you're staying, there's a wide range of seaside accommodation to choose from and restaurants to try.

The area is known for its huge pelican population, and every day at 3.30pm – rain, hail or shine – the pelicans assemble for feeding at a special pavilion in Memorial Park.

There are many things to do within close range of the town – the region's beaches are world-class, and Tuggerah Lake at its back door is ideal for water-skiing, canoeing, sailing, rowing and sailboarding. Fishing from the ocean beaches or lakes is always popular, and you can even catch prawns on midsummer nights. Nearby Terrigal and Ettalong Beach also have a lot to offer. Or visit the Wyrrabalong National Park for bushwalking and more stunning beaches.

For those looking to experience some culture, The Entrance hosts regular events including the Winter Blues and Jazz Festival.



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