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Roses 2 Go

105-115 Hakone Road, Warnervale NSW 2259
Roses 2 Go is a highly respected hydroponic rose growing facility in New South Wales growing all its roses using the latest environmentally friendly cultivation techniques. A guided tour of Roses 2 Go takes approximately one and a half hours but this is entirely dependant on the size of the group and the depth of the interest in the tour. Tours can be customised to fit your particular schedule. The tour begins with a brief history of Roses 2 Go. Then you are escorted through the two cultivation greenhouses where the hydroponic roses are grown. Visitors get to experience the climatic conditions that the roses are grown under. All the many rose varieties that are grown are displayed. The tour then takes a detailed view of the processing shed and the cold storage facility. Then, finally a browse through the beautiful farm retail outlet where the roses can be purchased.

Laserblast Laser-Tag Centre

Unit 6 132 Chelmsford Road, Charmhaven NSW 2263
Laserblast is a family owned local business whose purpose is to provide affordable family friendly entertainment in the Wyong Shire and beyond. Laserblast seeks to be a safe facility offering world beating high-tech indoor Laser-tag activities for the young and the fun at heart. At Laserblast, you and your friends will be tested as you combat each other with the latest state of the art - world beating Phasers and Vests as well as the purpose built hi-tech arena. You will need all of your survival skills. The arena has two storeys and about 600 square metres of playing space. Up to 24 people can play at one time. Laserblast is a family friendly drug and alcohol free venue.

Lake Haven Shopping Centre

Lake Haven Drive, Lake Haven NSW 2263
Hosts a range of major department stores, two supermarkets, 120 specialty stores and much more! Lake Haven Shopping Centre consists of a K-Mart discount department store, Coles Supermarket, Woolworths Supermarket, Best and Less, The Reject Shop and Priceline mini majors and 120 specialty stores. Plus a fantastic range of services including: seven banks and financial institutions, Medicare office, Medical Centre and a Council Library. All this on one convenient level. Included within the retail offer of the centre is The Corner, a collection of specialist retailers, takeaway food and an auto precinct, including RetraVision, McDonalds, Red Rooster, Dominos Pizza, Subway, a drive through bottle shop, Bob Jane T-Mart, Ultratune, Car Lovers and a 24 hour convenience/petrol outlet. The centre provides approximately 1700 car parking spaces with four entry points providing easy and convenient access. A well located bus interchange and taxi rank provides excellent public transport access.
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Toukley and Districts Art Society

Wallarah Peace Park, Gorokan NSW 2263
The Toukley and District Art Society has a waterfront gallery displaying the work of leading local Central Coast artists. Lots of images of beautiful the Central Coast coastline and hinterland. Friendly volunteers are on hand, happy to talk to you about the artworks on display. You won't find a more interesting, varied or affordable range of gifts and cards. There is also an information centre service within the gallery. You'll be sure to enjoy your day out at the Toukley and District Art Society's gallery.
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The Entrance Skate Park

Tuggerah Parade, Corner of The Entrance Road, The Entrance NSW 2261
The Entrance Skate Park is proof that skate parks are no longer just used by skateboarders, but also BMX bikers, scooters, and roller bladers. Skate parks are not just for doing, but also for spending many hours just watching in fascination. Professionally designed, The Entrance Skate Park has all the elements required to enable you to perform your full suite of tricks. Take a stroll down to visit the skate park and you will not be disappointed with the sheer skill displayed there. It will be your turn soon.
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Tuggerah Lakes Cycleway

Tuggerah Parade, Corner of The Entrance Road, The Entrance NSW 2261
Tuggerah Lakes Cycleway is an off-road, scenic 12 kilometre shared pathway from The Entrance, which hugs the lakes foreshore to Chittaway Bay, or heads north across The Entrance Bridge to Magenta for approximately four kilometres. Parks, playgrounds, toilets, picnic and barbecue areas are located along the path, making it a family friendly activity. The route is mostly flat and suits a range of fitness levels.
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Pelican Feeding

Memorial Park off Marine Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
The Pelican Feed takes place on The Entrance waterfront each day and is one of the Central Coast's most popular tourist attractions, entertaining and educating visitors and residents alike about the area's own pelican colony. It all started over 20 years ago by staff at the local fish shop, who would feed scraps to the pelicans every day. Then in 1996, The Entrance Town Centre Management built the feeding platform known as Pelican Plaza. They, in conjunction with the many sponsors and a wonderful team of volunteers, have made it possible to feed the pelicans whole fresh fish 365 days a year and make it the spectacle it is today. The Pelican Feed is proudly sponsored by Diggers at The Entrance, Two Shores Holiday Village, Star 104.5, The Lakes Hotel, ABC World Pty Ltd, ACEC Australia China Entrepreneurs Club, Subway The Entrance and Jimbo's Quality Seafood.
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Veras Water Garden

Memorial Park off Marine Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
Vera's Water Garden is always a hit with children, who can dangle their feet in the wading pool, run through the water sprays, and climb over the brightly coloured fountains. Vera's Water Garden offers ample seating with shaded areas so parents can just sit back and relax while the children play. Situated right on the foreshore next to Memorial Park, The Entrance.
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North Entrance

Hutton Road, The Entrance NSW 2261
The North Entrance beach is flanked to the north by Wyrrabalong National Park and to the south by The Entrance Channel opening to Tuggerah Lakes. Energetic surf averages 1.6 metres and features a double bar system running the length of the beach. Swimming is safest south of the Surf Club, but bathers should avoid the currents and holes at the opening to Tuggerah Lakes at the far south. Fishing and prawning are a popular pastime at North Entrance beach and in Tuggerah Lakes. Ocean front restaurants and alfresco dining options are within a few minutes' drive of the beach. There are accommodation options ranging from budget style cabin/caravan parks, holiday houses and self-contained apartments to up market resorts, motels and bed and breakfasts. Buses are also available from Wyong train station.
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The Entrance Coast to Lake Walk

Marine Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
The Entrance Coast to Lake Scenic Walk is a self-guided walk connecting pedestrians to the attractions, landmarks, and facilities around The Entrance, covering over 7.6 kilometres of this beautiful area. The walk can be covered in one and a half hours if you are a fast walker, or up to three hours at an easy stroll. Along the walk you can enjoy the picnic and barbecue areas, beaches, lookout, ocean baths, outdoor fitness station, cafes and galleries. Be sure to take a hat, sunscreen and a drink bottle which can be refilled at the water stations along the way. Sections one, three and four are fully accessible to all abilities, prams and bicycles. Section two requires beach access and walking on rock platforms. Dogs are allowed in sections one, three and four if they are on a lead, however they are not allowed on the beach.
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The Entrance Heritage Walk

Marine Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
Take a stroll along The Entrance Heritage Walk and be introduced to local characters of days gone by and enjoy the old world photo's. Alive with history and charm, The Entrance offers more than just an ideal holiday destination. Learn the landscape, lifestyle and larrikins that helped create The Entrance which is renowned for its beauty and relaxed atmosphere. Allow two hours to complete this walking tour at a relaxed pace.
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Tuggerah Beach

Wilfred Barrett Drive, The Entrance NSW 2261
Stretching for approximately six kilometres, Tuggerah Beach is one of the longest on the Central Coast. This secluded beach is hidden alongside the North Entrance Beach and surrounded by Wyrrabalong National Park,with its beautiful bush tracks making it also one of the most scenic. Tuggerah beach is not patrolled and as it is quite open, swimming is not recommended. From this, it is not surprising that Tuggerah Beach is mostly frequented by local fishermen. Access to the beach is only by car as there is no public transport. There is ample parking, but access roads to the beach are hidden and difficult to find, although as far as beauty goes the beach is well worth it once you get there. There is plenty of accommodation within a short driving range including cabin/caravan parks, motels, resorts, apartments and bed and breakfasts located at nearby Toukley, The Entrance and Budgewoi.
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Club Toukley RSL

35 - 47 Holmes Avenue, Toukley NSW 2263
Club Toukley RSL is a large RSL club with old world charm and a modern bistro serving great value contemporary meals and snacks. It has a modern cafe, function facilities (four rooms) for 20 to 250 people, two championship bowling greens, six championship snooker tables, 147 gaming machines and full TAB and KENO facilities.
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The Entrance Beach

Off Ocean Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
A popular all-year-round aquatic playground. The patrolled beach is within walking distance of a host of attractions and facilities including the sea baths, coastal boardwalk, children's playground and park, undercover BBQs and picnic tables, Vera's Watergarden, shops, cafes and restaurants, weekend markets and live entertainment. Tuggerah Lake and The Entrance Channel provide a mecca for boaties and fisherman with boat ramps and several boat hire outlets in the area. Also available for hire are catamarans, sailboards, canoes, surf skis, pedal boats and aqua bikes. One of the most popular attractions is the daily feeding of the pelicans in Memorial Park at 3.30pm. Patrolled: Every day from October long weekend until the end of the April school holiday break. Amenities: Public facilities available. Picnic Areas: Grassed and under cover picnic tables available. Barbeque Facilities: Electric barbeques (no charge). Parking: Street side parking and public car park within easy walking distance.
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The Entrance Ocean Baths

Ocean Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
Have a dip in the Entrance Ocean Baths - the only ocean pool on the Central Coast. There is a 50 metre pool and a children's pool and the necessary associated facilities. The baths were constructed between 1938 and 1965 and show how far ocean baths have come in the twentieth century. The Ocean Baths began as just a rock pool and are now an engineering masterpiece.
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Wyrrabalong National Park

Tuggerah Beach Trail, Magenta NSW 2261
Divided into two sections, Wyrrabalong National Park conserves the last patch of coastal rainforest on the Central Coast. Visit this precious place to swim, surf and fish along a striking coastline and be awed by the superb red gum forest, diverse wildlife and rich Aboriginal heritage. Take a walk along the beach to see how the park's sandy beaches ... Visit website for more info
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Tea Tree picnic area and lookout

Birdie Beach Drive, Freemans NSW 2259
Keen surfers will appreciate the sweeping views from the lookout at Tea Tree picnic area. Inspect the waves and then decide whether to head down to the boardwalk and paddle out or have a relaxed barbie while you wait for the conditions to change. During winter, the lookout is an excellent spot to station yourself with the binoculars and ... Visit website for more info Fees: Vehicle entry fee: $7 per vehicle per day.
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Norah Head Beach

Norah Head Beach, Norah Head NSW 2263
Soldiers Beach, on the south side of the head, faces southeast and, with a well protected north end, is a favourite with board-riders when the summer northeaster is up. Sweetly-curved one kilometre in length, the beach features clusters of rocks that build nice sand-covered reefs but demand due care when falling off your board. There are reliable waves year-round, best when the swell comes in from the south or east. The left-hand point-break is beloved of long-boarders, although as soon as it gets over two metres the short-boarders take an interest in it too. The beach break can be world-class on its day, notably a spot down the south end called Sunset which can generate big rights and lefts with a heavy hold-down section.
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Norah Head Lighthouse

Bush Street, Norah Head NSW 2263
Norah Head Lighthouse was built from 1901 to 1903. Perched on a headland, the lighthouse takes in magnificent ocean vistas and is the Central Coast's most spectacular icon. A walking track skirts around the side of the lighthouse and leads to stairs which climb down to the rock platform below and to Lighthouse Beach. Norah Head Lighthouse celebrated its Centenary on 15 November 2003. Apart from the electrification of the light, few changes have been made to the lighthouse since it was established. Buildings on the headland comprise the Lighthouse, Flag Locker, Head Keepers Quarters and the first and second assistant lightkeeper's quarters as well as stables. Two of the cottages are available to rent for tourist accommodation. Tours of the lighthouse are available from 10am to 1pm seven days per week. There is a fee for the tours. The views from the top of the lighthouse are magnificent.

North Entrance

Hutton Road, The Entrance NSW 2261
The North Entrance beach is flanked to the north by Wyrrabalong National Park and to the south by The Entrance Channel opening to Tuggerah Lakes. Energetic surf averages 1.6 metres and features a double bar system running the length of the beach. Swimming is safest south of the Surf Club, but bathers should avoid the currents and holes at the opening to Tuggerah Lakes at the far south. Fishing and prawning are a popular pastime at North Entrance beach and in Tuggerah Lakes. Ocean front restaurants and alfresco dining options are within a few minutes' drive of the beach. There are accommodation options ranging from budget style cabin/caravan parks, holiday houses and self-contained apartments to up market resorts, motels and bed and breakfasts. Buses are also available from Wyong train station. ...

The Entrance Coast to Lake Walk

Marine Parade , The Entrance NSW 2261
The Entrance Coast to Lake Scenic Walk is a self-guided walk connecting pedestrians to the attractions, landmarks, and facilities around The Entrance, covering over 7.6 kilometres of this beautiful area. The walk can be covered in one and a half hours if you are a fast walker, or up to three hours at an easy stroll. Along the walk you can enjoy the picnic and barbecue areas, beaches, lookout, ocean baths, outdoor fitness station, cafes and galleries. Be sure to take a hat, sunscreen and a drink bottle which can be refilled at the water stations along the way. Sections one, three and four are fully accessible to all abilities, prams and bicycles. Section two requires beach access and walking on rock platforms. Dogs are allowed in sections one, three and four if they are on a lead, however they are not allowed on the beach. ...

Canton Beach Holiday Park

Oleander Street, Toukley NSW 2263
Canton Beach Holiday Park has a range of accommodation options. There are caravan and camping sites available all year round, which include your choice of either powered or unpowered sites. There are also six types of cabins to choose from, ranging from the classic Jabiru, to the spacious Kingfisher. Stay as a couple or bring your friends for a getaway you won't soon forget. Located on the foreshore of tranquil Tuggerah Lakes with a boat ramp within the park, camp kitchen, sheltered barbecues on the foreshore, large clean amenities, secure boom gate access, disabled facilities with easy wheelchair access, wireless internet and Foxtel in all cabins. Perfect for families and couples....

Sandra English Surf Coaching

Soldiers Beach, Norah Head NSW 2263
Sandra English Surf Coaching provides surf coaching for all levels from beginners to advanced with a 13 times Australian Champion. Situated on the scenic Central Coast - home to some of the best beaches in Australia. Learn to Surf packages are designed specifically to give you the basics needed to get you out there enjoying the surf....

Toukley and Districts Art Society

Wallarah Peace Park, Gorokan NSW 2263
The Toukley and District Art Society has a waterfront gallery displaying the work of leading local Central Coast artists. Lots of images of beautiful the Central Coast coastline and hinterland. Friendly volunteers are on hand, happy to talk to you about the artworks on display. You won't find a more interesting, varied or affordable range of gifts and cards. There is also an information centre service within the gallery. You'll be sure to enjoy your day out at the Toukley and District Art Society's gallery....
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Peak Potential Adventures

31 Tingira Street, Charmhaven NSW 2263
Join one of Australia's most experienced adventure teams, Peak Potential Adventures, on this fully supported Six Foot Track trek through the beautiful Blue Mountains each month. Please refer to the Peak Potential Adventures website for trek dates. The Six Foot Track, which covers a distance of 46 kilometres from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba, may be the start of a lifetime full of amazing adventures. After a challenging first day, enjoy the comforts of a private Eco lodge nestled on the Coxs River and enjoy a beautifully cooked three-course meal. This is a fully supported trek from start to finish, including meals and accommodation and support vehicle, so positions are limited. You really just have to show up on the day with comfortable walking shoes, a warm jumper, and some determination. Full details are now on the Peak Potential Adventures website....
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R & R Bus and Leisure Hire

325 Pacific Highway, Lake Munmorah NSW 2259
R and R Bus and Leisure Hire are a locally owned business operated from the Central Coast of New South Wales. They offer a range of short range buses and motor homes, with focus on the tour and leisure industry. They offer a unique experience where families and groups can book a fully self contained motor home with a driver, to a party bus for special occasions, to services from 25 seater charter bus. They also have a number of other services for the leisure industry including limousine hire, boat hire and more. They operate seven days a week....

Australia Day Celebrations The Entrance

46 Marine Parade, The Entrance NSW 2261
Celebrate all things Australian at The Entrance. Bring the whole family along for an action packed day full of free entertainment and fun activities at Memorial Park. Entertainment will be held on both stages including live bands, sheep shearing display, ice cream eating competition, NSW Corps of Marines, firing of the original 1820 Carronade Canon, Corporal Punishment, Pistol Duals, Wood Chopping Championships, baby animals on display plus lots more. There will also be loads of stalls. The Sea FM Fireworks Spectacular will be held at 9pm on The Entrance Waterfront to finish off the night with a bang. For more information on the Australia Day Celebrations please phone or visit The Entrance Town Centre Management web site....

Toukley

Toukley, Toukley NSW 2263
Toukley sits on a narrow stretch of land between Tuggerah and Budgewoi Lakes. It offers surf beaches, boating, Toukley Gardens, Tuggerah Lake, Munmorah Lake and the nearby Norah Head Lighthouse. The town has a shopping centre with accommodation, picnic areas and clubs. There are a range of options for accommodation including motels, caravan parks, holiday houses and lake cabins....

Wyong Speech Pathology Service

Level.e.a.r.n Centre Kanwal Medical Centre, Suite 5B Pacific Hwy, Kanwal NSW 2259