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View of Audrey Wilkinson Wines, Hunter Valley.
Scenic sunrise in Broken Hill.
Views of New England National Park
Green hills at Kiama, South Coast Sunset on the Ocean


  • Watagan Mountains
  • The Entrance, Central Coast


Nature in Wyong

Wyong is a bustling township and the centre for Wyong Shire. There's something for everyone, as it's close to the Central Coast's lakes, beaches and wooded valleys.

Must Do

About Wyong

The town of Wyong on the Central Coast is an excellent base from which to explore Tuggerah Lake and the beautiful Yarramalong Valley. There are plenty of things to do – just choose your accommodation and settle in for some good times.

If you're after a relaxing experience, visit the Kooindah Waters Golf Club for a spa treatment or a round of golf. Dairy lovers can sample local produce at the Little Creek Cheese Factory and The Wyong Milk Factory – learning about the history of dairy farming in the region along the way.

Daytrippers, bushwalkers, four-wheel drivers and campers are all looked after with the ample facilities available in the State Forests of the Watagan Mountains and national parks that make up the Wyong area.

The nearby coastal towns of Chittaway, Long Jetty, The Entrance and Bateau Bay offer more outdoor activities on the tranquil waters of Tuggerah Lake. Explore the many family-friendly and surf beaches in the region, including the rugged coastline of the Munmorah State Conservation Area.


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