Hotels The Entrance close to The Entrance (The Entrance, Australia)

  1. AU$387 per night
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  3. AU$400 per night
    Expected price for:July 2024
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The Entrance (The Entrance, Australia)

The Entrance: Seaside Destination of Note

Who would have thought that back in 1796, a group of shipwrecked fisherman would have sparked an interest in what is today a popular holiday resort and surfing destination?

Over the years, The Entrance has seen a multitude of visitors flock to its shores. The narrow channel that divides the mainland from Tuggerah Lake and the ocean is what tourists like to call an idyllic destination, a home-away-from-home. Surrounded by water on three sides, The Entrance is also well-known for the long pathway that runs from the surf lifesaving club all the way around to the foreshore. And with pleasant year-round weather, there’s bound to be an abundance of fun and entertainment offered in this sunny destination. So once the bags are packed and ready to go, all that remains to be done is check you’ve got your sunglasses and sunblock, and let the excitement begin!

Stay in Style at The Entrance

When it comes to accommodation, this seaside resort knows no limits. Central Coast accommodation is known for its diversity and style, and The Entrance is no exception. From upmarket boutique hotels to cosy guesthouses, there’s always something suitable to fit your genre and your pocket. If it’s a modern holiday apartment you’re looking for, you’re covered. Waldorf The Entrance are serviced apartments in the centre of town. Imagine starting the day with breakfast at the onsite coffee shop or The Entrance Lakehouse Restaurant. If you’re up to it, you can do a few laps in the pool to work up an appetite first.

Another great option is The Oaks Waterfront Resort, a family-friendly resort overlooking the mouth of the Tuggerah Lake. It’s just a few minutes’ walk to the beach, and steps away from Pelican Plaza. Budget-conscious travellers are also well catered for in The Entrance. Sapphire Palms Motel is a little further from the coast, and features two spa tubs and the convenience of a laundry room. So as you can see, accommodation is varied and plentiful in this special little piece of paradise, all you have to do is book.

Attractions that Last a Lifetime

Fancy a little exercise while you admire the scenery? Why not gather the family together and hit the bike path that stretches from Skate Park to Chittaway Point. There are many pit stops along the way including picnic areas like Picnic Point, and playgrounds for the youngsters. But no visit is complete without watching the pelican feeding frenzy at the Waterfront, one of Central Coast’s most popular tourist attractions. And if you like the idea of birdwatching, fishing, and whale watching, why not take a drive to Wyrrabalong National Park, just 15 minutes from the Skate Park?

At the end of the day a mouth-watering meal is sure to go down well. The Entrance restaurants measure up in every way imaginable. Water’s Edge Seafood Restaurant on the Boardwalk overlooks the ocean and provides spectacular views, especially at night. Hardy’s Bay Club is one of those best-kept secrets, where Thai cuisine and outdoor dining is on the menu. Whatever your taste buds desire, this magical destination has a spot that’s just right for you.

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