Situated on the East Coast of New South Wales the Central Coast is located just south of Newcastle and north of Sydney.
The Central Coast is easily accessible via the Sydney to Newcastle Freeway.
From Sydney approx 60-90min
From Newcastle approx 60min
Trains operate from Central Station - Sydney and Newcastle Station to Gosford Station - Central Coast. Then take the RED BUS SERVICE bus from Gosford Station to The Entrance (then walking distance to the door) the bus trip takes approx 1 hour.
If you are FLYING take a train or bus to Central Station then a train to Gosford Station - Central Coast.
ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
LOCATION/ LOCATION/ LOCATION: The property is conveniently located minutes from the Tuggerah Lake, restaurants and the shopping precinct.
Al fresco dining makes The Entrance the ideal place to enjoy a meal from cafes and restaurants. Try a different cuisine every night or enjoy a pub lunch in the Beer garden, The Memorial Club has great entertainment, The Entrance RSL has a great buffet, enjoy fish and chips by the water or sip a latte in one of the many out door cafes across from Tuggerah Lake and watch the world go by.
The Entrance Cinema is walking distance, a boat ramp is located at nearby at Picnic Point Reserve, try fishing off the wharf just down the road on Tuggerah Lake (Prawn season starts from late September to the end of April), Crabs and Bream found all year round) or beach fishing is popular at The Entrance North Beach, pelican hand feeding takes place daily at 3.00pm daily 365 days a year at Memorial Park, enjoy a picnic at Toowoon Bay, spearfishing, diving and snorkelling is popular at Bateau Bay, hire a boat or canoe on Tuggerah Lake or hire a bike along Tuggerah Lake Foreshore, public skateboard ramps are located near Picnic Point Reserve, surf or swim at either the beach, lake or baths (try a different beach everyday) and dont forget The Entrance Farmers' Market at Memorial Park every first and third Saturday of each month from 8am to 1pm.. Putt putt, (bare foot) lawn bowls and ten pin bowling are all a short drive,
Shopping: is a relaxing past time with a wide range of boutiques found in the Town Center. The Lion Club markets are held every Sunday (weather permitting) in the car park behind the Entrance Cinema. Or take a short drive to Long Jetty, Bateau Bay or Erina Fair Shopping Centre (the largest single level shopping centre in the Southern hemisphere) where you will find a Hoyts cinema complex and Ice skating rink or Westfield Tuggerah you will find the Events cinema complex.
All Central Coast attractions are not far from The Entrance:
Horse riding at Australia's largest horse riding centre at Glenworth Valley.
Learn to surf in ideal conditions with an accredited surf school; Umina, Avoca, Terrigal, Soldiers Beach and The Entrance are a few of the best surf locations.
Whale Watching: The Central Coast boasts some of the best viewing locations including Norah Head, Soldier's Beach and Crackneck Lookout at Bateau Bay from from early May to August for the northern migration of humpback whales.
Uncover the secret of local whale watchers and surfers at Crackneck lookout. Make a beeline for this atmospheric lookout between May and August and you may just be rewarded with views of whales swimming past on their northern migration, and surfers can check out wave conditions.
Crackneck lookout is a fantastic place for a photo stop or picnic at any time of year. Spread out a rug on the grass or set up at one of the picnic tables. You’ll be surrounded by panoramic views of Shelly Beach, which continue along the Central Coast past Norah Head, Tuggerah Lake and The Entrance. It’s a popular spot for hang gliding, so look up to the sky to see them drifting through the air.
Visit a themed garden and ancient Aboriginal sites and bush tucker tours at the Australia Walkabout Wildlife parks, historic tours of Norah Head Lighthouse and Mt Penang Gardens.
Visit the new Lake Haven Cinema
Work is on track to build the Central Coast's biggest skate place at Bateau Bay. Bato Yard will have the deepest bowl in Australia at 3.6m deep including a 450mm vert as well as a competition street area. There will also be a street plaza, a unique flow bowl and a stage area with multimedia for special events. It is expected to be completed in June 2016. But it's not just for skate boarders. Bat Yard was designed in connection with BMX, scooter and blade riders as well as parents. There will be a parkour elements, drinking stations, seating, shading, a basket ball ring and much more. To see the final design of Bato Yard visit
Head for Koala Park and try the new disc golf course, the first of its kind on the Central Coast. Disc golf is played much like traditional golf - instead of a ball and clubs, players use a flying disc or Frisbee. Koala Park already boasts a sports field, tennis courts. Check out "How to play" video on
There is something for everyone no matter what the weather or season.
THE PROPERTY AND OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION:
OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
Due to hygiene reasons, we do NOT supply linen, bath towels or tea towels. However we do supply Blankets and Pillows. Linen required bedroom ONE consists of 1 queen bed and 1 single, bedroom TWO consists of 2 single beds. bedroom THREE consists of 2 single bunk beds.
Strickly NO PETS allowed.
Strickly NO SCHOOLIES, NO BUCKS PARTIES, NO HENS PARTIES
Easy payment options (No Credit Card).
The Lake House is a neat and tidy 3 bedroom home which accomodates up to 7 people, ideal for the family holiday, weekend fishing escape or whatever the occasion.
Bed 1 - 1 queen bed & 1 single
Bed 2 - 2 single beds
Bed 3 - 2 single bunks
The kitchen is fully equipped with with stove, microwave, cutlery and utensils
The lounge room has a TV, Video and DVD Player.
The Bathroom has a shower and toilet and seperate internal laundry with washing machine
Large fenced backyard.
Minimum stays apply.