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Meet My Suburb - The Entrance

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There are plenty of family friendly suburbs on the Central Coast and Meet My Suburb aims to take an in depth look at some of these suburbs. This week we explore the suburb of The Entrance.

Photo Credit - theentrance.org.au

The Entrance is a popular destination for tourists and locals to the Central Coast and there are lots of family friendly activities, services, shops and eateries to choose from. With stunning beach and lake views, fun playgrounds and beautiful walking trails, as well as being home to the daily Pelican Feeding, The Entrance is a wonderful suburb to visit or live in.


There are several bus routes operating through The Entrance, with passengers able to travel to surrounding suburbs and Wyong, Gosford and Toukely.

See NSW Transport website for further details.


Little Diggers Playland, Diggers at The Entrance

Vera's Water Garden photo credit - theentrance.org.au


The Entrance is a popular suburb, so there are a variety of shops in the town centre. There are many locally owned boutique shops, offering clothing, jewellery, souvenirs and gift purchases, as well as big brand stores.

Lakeside Shopping Centre has wide range of stores and services, including a Coles supermarket.


The Entrance patrolled surf beach
Ocean Swimming Baths



The Entrance Preschool Kindergarten

Other centres nearby:
Little Souls Early Learning Centre, Long Jetty


Oceanside Private Practice


There are many different eateries within The Entrance, you're bound to find something that'll suit your family. Here's a few of our favourites:

Ciao Bella Gelato Bar


The Entrance Market, Memorial Park
Held every Saturday, 9am-2pm, fresh produce and arts and crafts pieces available.


All Saints Anglican Church
The Entrance Presbyterian Church



Daily Pelican Feeding, 3.30pm

The ocean baths at The Entrance photo credit - theentrance.org.au

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