Terrigal - Fast Facts

Terrigal (including Wamberal, Forresters Beach and Wyrrabalong National Park)
Attractive holiday destination on the Central Coast
Terrigal has an airy beauty and ritzy up-market feel. The pleasant ambience may have something to do with the stand of very well-established Norfolk pines along The Esplanade which lend character and beauty to the beachfront. A pathway beneath the trees leads alongside the beach and out to the most prominent natural feature of Terrigal, the oddly-shaped headland known as 'The Skillion'.

Terrigal is one of the most popular residential, holiday resort and retirement centres on the Central Coast. It is located 91 km north of Sydney via the Newcastle Freeway. Visitors flock here for fishing, swimming, surfing, boating, waterskiing and the natural scenery. Anglers will find snapper, flathead and jewfish offshore and bream, flathead and blackfish in the surf.

Terrigal Beach marks the southern end of four kilometres of unbroken beach which extends northwards to Wamberal Point. Just behind the middle section is Terrigal Lagoon.

Visitors Information Centre
Rotary Park Terrigal Drive
Terrigal NSW 2260
Telephone: (02) 4385 4430 or 1300 132 975