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The weather in The Entrance
Above are the weather conditions for The Entrance. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, July is the coolest month in The Entrance, with temperatures going under 6°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
Embrace adventure with a holiday letting in The Entrance
Set on the coast of New South Wales, The Entrance is a much-loved holiday destination with endless natural delights to discover. With the comfort of a holiday letting to relax in, you can spend long lazy days on the beach, uncover local history, and indulge in tasty meals. What's more, there's an abundance of things to keep little travellers entertained, making it a top family-holiday destination.
Dining in The Entrance
Not only does the name Green Tangerine sound appealing, the food this cosy café offers is pretty tasty too. Located in The Entrance itself, this artisan bakery and cafe makes their own treats. Enjoy items such as macadamia caramel slices or get set for the day with a Betty Breakfast.
For a taste of the ocean, dine out at The Reef Restaurant, located 15 kilometres down the coast at Terrigal. Sat right at the water’s edge, you can look out to sea whilst you enjoy items from their extensive menu. Choices include ricotta sage gnocchi and soft shell crab.
Diving into culture and history
As well as outdoor pursuits, The Entrance also has plenty of cultural experiences worth checking out. Take some time to stroll around the museums and galleries, as you soak up some knowledge and get to know the history and stories that make The Entrance such a special place.
The Entrance Heritage Walk is a walking tour that takes around 2 hours to complete and really does make history fun, with old photos and fun characters to engage with as you stroll along. Not only does it offer an insight into local history, it also rewards you with some pretty impressive views.
The Entrance War Library Museum is another great attraction. Located very centrally, the museum focuses on Australia at war, with some fascinating exhibits (many donated by the community) predating WW1 and running through to modern times.
Toowoon Bay Gallery combines a day out at the beach with a visit to a great gallery and gift shop selling locally-made items. Having been around for over 40 years and situated just off Toowoon Bay, it offers items such as glasswork, second hand books and of course, original art.
Keeping the little ones entertained
The Entrance is a great place to take kids of all ages. Whether they are happiest splashing about in the blue waters, being active or getting up close and personal with nature, there’s plenty in the area and beyond to take them too.
A big hit with holidaying families, The Wyong Milk Factory offers a fun playground, a cafe with their own fresh produce, fitness classes and even the chance to go boating down the river. Take the time to visit the milk and cheese factories to learn how the artisan products and made. Kids will love getting up close to the cool machinery, as well as nibbling on the tasty products.
Pelican Feeding is another popular attraction that provides an interactive experience for children and adults alike. Learn more about these beautiful, native birds as you watch them being fed during a live show. It’s an engaging experience that the whole family will remember for years to come.
Come evening, why not head to Bateau Bay Ten Pin Bowl for a bit of fun family competition? At 4.8 kilometres up the coast, it’s very easy to get to and you can spend a good few hours here. The prices are wallet-friendly and the cafe offers food if you get peckish.
A holiday in The Entrance is all about the outdoors. And in the summer months that means relaxing days on the beach. The Entrance Beach and The Entrance North Beache are both top choices, with life guards on duty and great facilities. They're both a short stroll from the town and have a wide choice of restaurants nearby.
Located near Bateau Bay, Crackneck Lookout Coast Walk is an easy walk stretching 1.3 kilometres through Wyrrabalong National Park. It is an idyllic path brimming with beautiful wild flowers and amazing ecosystems bursting with life. If you're really lucky, you may even spot some whales out at sea.
Just 15 kilometres from The Entrance, Terrigal Beach is a unique stretch of coast, complete with majestic pines. A walk through them leads to an area known as Broken Head, with the iconic promontory known as The Skillion located just beyond. This rugged landscape is nature at its most raw.
Another local icon, Norah Head Lighthouse is well worth a visit. Just 13.1 kilometres from The Entrance, it has a viewing platform open to the public - visit at sunset for magical scenes of the sun setting over the water.
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