Enjoy nature in Wyong
Situated in close proximity to both Sydney and Newcastle, Wyong is a beautiful seaside township on the NSW Central Coast. Explore the Yarramalong Valley, venture into the exciting TreeTop Adventure Park, enjoy camping and bushwalking in Munmorah State Recreation area. Or take the family boating, fishing or water-skiing in the beautiful Tuggerah Lakes precinct.
Siutated within a beautiful inlet and waterway of the NSW Central Coast, Wyong provides an excellent holiday base for both families and adventure seekers.
Bushwalkers, four-wheel drivers and campers can enjoy great tracks and facilities in the State Forests of the Watagan Mountains. This beautiful area provides fantastic lookouts and rainforest gullies, as well as well-maintained to challenging tracks for off-roading. Or take in the superb ocean views on The Coast Walking Track from Crackneck Point Lookout at Wyrrabalong National Park. You can also enjoy the panorama as you skydive from the Warnervale Aerodrome.
Tuggerah Lake is a popular and alluring place to spend time. A popular fishing estuary, well known for its bream, flathead and whiting, it is also a great place to hire a boat or bike and explore the surrounding beaches and parkland.
Treetop Adventure Park is a recreation activity in the tree tops where participants can slide down flying foxes and the famous zipline, moving from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoying many other exciting activities, up to 15 metres above the forest floor. This park caters activities for all ages, from three upwards.
If you're after a relaxing getaway, visit the Kooindah Waters Golf Club for a spa treatment or a round of golf. Sample local produce at the Little Creek Cheese Factory and The Wyong Milk Factory to learn about the history of dairy farming in the region along the way.
The surrounding beaches and towns of Chittaway, Long Jetty, The Entrance and Bateau Bay also offer more outdoor activities on the idyllic 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.