Leave the busy city behind and explore the lush New South Wales Central Coast. Take in the waterways, the beaches and quiet fishing nooks. Be treated to magnificent views of the Hawkesbury River and Brisbane Water as you enjoy a relaxing stroll from our 4-star park at Ettalong Beach.
From there head north to Myall Shores Nature Resort and relax for three nights on the beautiful Myall Lakes. Why not hire a canoe or kayak and explore the magnificent waterways. Relax in the night overlooking the lake from the balcony of your villa or head up to the restaurant and enjoy a nicely cooked meal.
Depart Sydney via the Sydney Harbour Bridge and continue along the F3 Motorway through the northern suburbs of Sydney.
Keep an eye out for the great sandstone structures. Cross the Hawkesbury river - renowned for its superb oysters and scenic ranges – and arrive at Ettalong Beach Holiday Village.
The holiday village is centrally located to Umina, Patonga and Pearl Beach.
Spend a leisurely morning enjoying local coffee in Gosford, visiting both the new and old part of town and relaxing on the beaches of Terrigal and Avoca.
Take the afternoon to explore the Australian Reptile Park. Meet Elvis, the resident crocodile, snakes and unique local spiders.
Hand feed the kangaroos and take a photo with a cuddly koala.
Enjoy an Aussie BBQ lunch and take part in the reptile and wildlife shows before returning to your comfortable accommodation at Ettalong Beach Holiday Village.
Ask about our special dining vouchers for nearby restaurants.
Spend the morning visiting the Bouddi National Park. Don’t forget your camera for the stunning views and scenic coastal walks.
As you depart Ettalong Beach Holiday Village, ensure you have left your details with the park manager. This will enable special deals to be forwarded to you. Don’t forget to sign up on our Facebook page!
After lunch start driving for your next destination – Myall Shores Nature Resort. In the afternoon relax on the deck with a glass of wine while enjoying the great views of Myall Lakes.
In the morning relax at your own leisure before packing a picnic to go and see ‘The Grandis’ – NSW tallest known tree. This magnificent 400 year old flooded gum is located in Myall Lakes National Park. There is an excellent viewing platform and picnic area.
Enter from the Old Pacific Highway (Wootton Way) north of Bulahdelah along Stoney Creek Road. Access also from Lakes Way.
In the night head up to the restaurant and enjoy the great food.
In the morning hire a canoe and explore the magnificent Myall Lakes. Make sure you take a camera as the lake is abundant with wildlife.
In the afternoon take a dip in the pool and enjoy some refreshments at the bar before dinner.
As you depart Myall Shores Nature Resort, ensure you have left your details with the manager.
This will enable special deals to be forwarded to you. Don’t forget to sign up on our Facebook page!