Easily one of the most stunning seaside locations on the NSW Central Coast, The Entrance occupies approx 1.4 km2 of land that is abound by water on three sides.
A popular holiday destination, The Entrance gains its name from the channel that runs along much of its northern border that is the entrance to Tuggerah Lakes.
From lush waterfront properties and old workers cottages to central apartments right beside the popular shopping district, the vast variety of housing types combine to create a unique mixture of old and new.
The majority of real estate here comes in the form of apartments and units, with 50.9% of dwellings in this category. That’s compared to a state-wide average representation of 18.8 per cent. More than half of the property in the area is rented.
The town continues to grow with new tourist accommodation, the redevelopment of residential areas and the enhancement of recreational facilities.
Residents have an almost endless array of entertainment options with restaurant and cafe precincts, boutique shopping, cinema and of course plenty of aquatic activities with excellent fishing on Tuggerah Lake and pristine The Entrance Beach.
The Entrance Beach has one of the oldest surf clubs in the region and is home to the heritage listed Ocean Baths.
Picnic Point homes many recreational facilities with skate park, Cycle & Walking track and Fishing and boat ramp facilities.
Memorial Park is located in the heart of The Entrance and on the weekends and school holidays comes alive with fun amusements, festivals and markets.
Transport in The Entrance is serviced by Red Bus Services with The Entrance being a major terminus.
When you want to live the high life, the value here on offer at The Entrance on the NSW Central Coast is hard to beat.