Beaches in Toowoon Bay
Toowoon Bay is a secluded and quiet locality ideal for weekend escapes. It's set against a protected beach for safe and family-friendly swimming and surfing.
About Towoon Bay
Nestled on a headland between two beautiful beaches on the Central Coast in Wyong, Toowoon Bay is within minutes of the great beaches, dining, and parklands of The Entrance and Tuggerah Lake. Choose from a range of accommodation including camping, cabins, hotels and resorts.
There are many things to do in Toowoon Bay and its surrounds. Toowoon Bay Beach and Shelly Beach are clean, clear and patrolled throughout the summer months. If you're travelling with young children, Little Bay has calm waters, protected from the surf by nearby breakwalls. Wyrrabalong National Park borders Tuggerah Lake and preserves the last significant littoral rainforest on the Central Coast. On the sea side of the peninsula is Norah Head and its historic lighthouse.
Chinese fishermen established a base here in the late 1820s, curing and smoking fish and sending it to Queensland, China and the goldfields. To this day, Toowoon Bay is still sometimes referred to as âChinamans Bayâ.
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Tuggerah Lake at Wyrrabalong National Park. Image Barry Collier, Office of Environment and Heritage
Walking along Terrigal beach. Image Hamilton Lund
Pelican feeding at The Entrance. Image The Legendary Pacific Coast