Toukley - Palces to See

Toukley (including Norah Head, Noraville, Wyrrabalong National Park, Budgewoi and Munmorah State Recreation Area)
Large holiday resort on the New South Wales Central Coast.
Tuggerah Lake and Budgewoi Lake are two interconnected lakes on the Central Coast of NSW. They are divided by two narrow strips of land which jut out from the western and eastern shores so there is a narrow channel which allows the interchange of waters between the two lakes. This gap is spanned by Wallarah Point Bridge. On the western side of the bridge is Gorokan and on the eastern side is Toukley, 107 km north of Sydney via the Newcastle Freeway.

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Toukley - Eat

Toukley (including Norah Head, Noraville, Wyrrabalong National Park, Budgewoi and Munmorah State Recreation Area)
Large holiday resort on the New South Wales Central Coast.
Tuggerah Lake and Budgewoi Lake are two interconnected lakes on the Central Coast of NSW. They are divided by two narrow strips of land which jut out from the western and eastern shores so there is a narrow channel which allows the interchange of waters between the two lakes. This gap is spanned by Wallarah Point Bridge. On the western side of the bridge is Gorokan and on the eastern side is Toukley, 107 km north of Sydney via the Newcastle Freeway.

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Toukley - Sleep

Toukley (including Norah Head, Noraville, Wyrrabalong National Park, Budgewoi and Munmorah State Recreation Area)
Large holiday resort on the New South Wales Central Coast.
Tuggerah Lake and Budgewoi Lake are two interconnected lakes on the Central Coast of NSW. They are divided by two narrow strips of land which jut out from the western and eastern shores so there is a narrow channel which allows the interchange of waters between the two lakes. This gap is spanned by Wallarah Point Bridge. On the western side of the bridge is Gorokan and on the eastern side is Toukley, 107 km north of Sydney via the Newcastle Freeway.

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San Remo - Fast Facts

San Remo (including Kilcunda)
Fishing settlement on attractive stretch of the Victorian coast
San Remo is a small fishing settlement surrounded by some lovely coastal scenery. It is located at the western tip of the Anderson Peninsula, 122 km south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway, opposite Newhaven on Phillip Island. Between San Remo and Newhaven is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay known as 'The Narrows' which is spanned by a bridge offering good views over the township.

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San Remo - Culture and History

San Remo (including Kilcunda)
Fishing settlement on attractive stretch of the Victorian coast
San Remo is a small fishing settlement surrounded by some lovely coastal scenery. It is located at the western tip of the Anderson Peninsula, 122 km south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway, opposite Newhaven on Phillip Island. Between San Remo and Newhaven is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay known as 'The Narrows' which is spanned by a bridge offering good views over the township.

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San Remo - Places to See

San Remo (including Kilcunda)
Fishing settlement on attractive stretch of the Victorian coast
San Remo is a small fishing settlement surrounded by some lovely coastal scenery. It is located at the western tip of the Anderson Peninsula, 122 km south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway, opposite Newhaven on Phillip Island. Between San Remo and Newhaven is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay known as 'The Narrows' which is spanned by a bridge offering good views over the township.

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San Remo - Eat

San Remo (including Kilcunda)
Fishing settlement on attractive stretch of the Victorian coast
San Remo is a small fishing settlement surrounded by some lovely coastal scenery. It is located at the western tip of the Anderson Peninsula, 122 km south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway, opposite Newhaven on Phillip Island. Between San Remo and Newhaven is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay known as 'The Narrows' which is spanned by a bridge offering good views over the township.

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San Remo - Sleep

San Remo (including Kilcunda)
Fishing settlement on attractive stretch of the Victorian coast
San Remo is a small fishing settlement surrounded by some lovely coastal scenery. It is located at the western tip of the Anderson Peninsula, 122 km south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway, opposite Newhaven on Phillip Island. Between San Remo and Newhaven is the eastern entrance to Westernport Bay known as 'The Narrows' which is spanned by a bridge offering good views over the township.

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