Wyong/ Tuggerah Lakes

Wyong and Tuggerah lakes makes up the northern end of the Central Coast.

There is plenty to do in these areas from beautiful beaches to bushwalks in the National Parks.

Getting to Wyong/ Tuggerah Lakes from Avoca Palms resort is just a half hour drive. You will find plenty to keep you and the family entertained and busy.


Tree Top Adventure Park

An eco friendly park combining the best of nature and action, TreeTop Adventure Park is a must for those looking to get outdoors and active. One of the best features of Tree Top Adventure Park is they have made the zip lines accessible to people in wheelchairs and with mild impairments.

The zip lines run through Ourimbah State Forest. The Crazy Rider Xtreme darts through the forest 6 storys above the ground with slaloms including 360 degree turns. It is the longest zip line in the world and goes for 1km.

The Pioneer is not as long or intense as the Crazy Rider and is 330 metre long zip line with twists and dips.

Tree Top Adventure Park


Westfield Tuggerah

Westfield Tuggerah has over 240 shops including restaurants, cafes, Timezone and cinemas. If you happen to be holidaying on the Coast on a rainy day you will find plenty to do at Westfield.

The Bavarian is one restaurant to dine at while at Westifield. They offer Bavarian cuisine with large beers, crispy pork knuckles and plenty of sharing platters. Meat lovers will thoroughly enjoy this meal.

The cinema at Tuggerah is Events Cinemas. Event Cinemas are the Gold standard in watching movies these days with their recliner chairs, day beds and gold glass tickets. You won’t be disappointed.


Crackneck Lookout

Crackneck Lookout Is located in the Wyrrabalong National Park. It offers stunning views of Shelly Beach, and toward Norah Head, Tuggerah Lake and The Entrance. There is ample space to enjoy a picnic and depending on the time of year you may even see a whale.

Between May and August whales swim past for their annual migration. The lookout is part of the Wyrrabalong Coast walking track which takes you from the lookout to Forresters Beach.


Alison Homestead

Alison Homestead is part of the Wyong District Museum and Historical Society.

It is set on 2 hectares on Wyongs first land grant dating back to 1825.

There is plenty on display such as memorabilia, furniture, toys and old tools and machinery which all relates to the early settling of Wyong and surrounds.

There is plenty of area for a BBQ lunch or picnic, a museum and a plant nursery plus an extensive library containing many historical books and photos.

Well worth a visit if you are holidaying on the Central Coast

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