While The Entrance itself is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beach side suburbs on The NSW Central Coast, it can also prove overwhelming for anyone who is seeking something quieter. To get the right balance, make sure you visit The Entrance North – only 2 km North of The Entrance.
Colloquially known as “North Entrance”, The Entrance North is a coastal village with a population of just over 1400 people and covering only approx 1 km2 in land. However, what The Entrance North lacks in size it more than makes up in quality.
Home to the Central Coasts youngest surf club, The Entrance North offers a general store and a few trendy, casual dining restaurants.
A mix of old and new, census notes that 52.1% of dwellings are freestanding homes, with beachfront properties, old cottages and new apartment buildings all existing side by side.
There is a strong family presence here and surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and Tuggerah Lake, the easy access to both relaxation and fun is something any on-the-go house hunter will be interested in.