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Terrigal on the Central Coast is a popular weekend spot for Sydneysiders and a gateway to the Central Coast. From fishing, swimming, surfing, boating, diving and hiking, if you're looking for an active escape there's plenty to do in Terrigal. Best of all it's only an hour and 15 minutes from Sydney

One of the most visited spots on the Central Coast, Terrigal accommodation is typically diverse ranging from quiet bed and breakfasts to serviced apartments by the beach. If you're staying on the Central Coast, book yourself accommodation in Terrigal and stay in a great base for exploring the region.

The town is filled with distinctive Norfolk pines, around the beachfront esplanade and the city's main streets. It's almost impossible not to fall in love with the relaxed beach feel of Terrigal's beachfront hotspots.

Visit The Skillion lookout in Terrigal, and climb up to one of the coast's most famous vantage points. Distinctive due to its steep, bizarre shape and rocky cape which rises sharply, The Skillion peak offers sweeping views of the surrounding coast and forms a particularly popular spot for photographers.

Nestled between Terrigal Haven and Wamberal Beach, and only a short drive from Macmasters Beach and North Avoca, staying in Terrigal puts you in a great spot for exploring the Central Coast's various surf beaches and local communities.

Terrigal Beach is one of the Central Coast's most famous surf beaches, renowned for its golden sands and spectacular headland scenery. A popular spot for learning to surf, Terrigal Beach is perfect for families due to its calm surf.

With its eclectic mix of fine dining and cheap eateries, Terrigal is also establishing itself as one of the best food and wine hubs on the Central Coast. With a varied offering of restaurants, from modern Australian cuisine, to beachside cafes and bars, which form great spots to people watch and meet the sunkissed locals.

Book yourself some Terrigal accommodation and stay in the gateway to the Central Coast, one of New South Wales' most spectacular stretches of surf beaches.