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The Entrance Heritage Walk

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The Entrance Heritage Walk

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Marline Parade, The Entrance, New South Wales 2261 Australia
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Central Coast & Australian Reptile Park All Inclusive Private Tour From Sydney
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Central Coast & Australian Reptile Park All Inclusive Private Tour From Sydney

Explore this region's relaxed coastal lifestyle, endless beautiful beaches, amazing national parks with sweeping views, shady rain forests and also the unrivalled open spaces.<br><br>Experience some Australian native animals hands on, plus see Aussie reptiles and the many interesting animal shows. See the popular afternoon pelican feeding display at The Entrance foreshore. At the Old Wyong Milk Factory indulge in locally produced award winning cheeses and delicious hand crafted chocolates.<br><br>Enjoy the stunning waterways of the region. See whales during the migration season from Crackneck lookout, with views over The Entrance and Shelly Beach. Visit Somersby Falls and be soothed by the sounds of the cascading waterfall.
$182.93 per adult
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Bayney-roo wrote a review Feb 2020
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It would be disingenuous for me to say something glib about La Costa, such as 'the meals just keep getting better'. Fact is, that the meals are always good and always worth the frisson of very pleasant expectation of delicious flavours in an attractive presentation. Indeed, it is hard not to use superlatives as I recollect the meal from my last visit to La Costa. All hail... the head Chef! https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowUserReviews-g529030-d4774390-r744202226-La_Costa_Restaurant-The_Entrance_New_South_Wales.html#
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Archie S wrote a review Feb 2020
stop stop12 contributions1 helpful vote
Our walk was with my social club, but pretty much the same experience could be had in a family, couple, friends or even a solo walk. A inclined walk on paved surface adjacent to the ocean. There's always bird life about. Majestic pelicans often giving great aerobatic displays. On our twilight walk they were competing for overnight roosting spots, and quibbling over rights for single occupancy. Sea gulls in abundance and were taking 'last bath' Few crows. People walking, fishing, packing up to go. Families, groups, singles, at this hour voices were mostly muted, putting a soothing effect on the activity. We stopprd and chatted, speculated over reason for man made changes. Our walk commenced from memorial car park, Southwards up the hill to end. Return was back extending far enough to grab a coffee at subway. Though some prefered ivecreams, around the corner.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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tonyholmes61 wrote a review Nov 2019
Forster, Australia234 contributions76 helpful votes
Romantic walk along the beaches & lakefront water side Carnival & restaurants at one end with views & beaches at the other end 👍👍👍👍
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Date of experience: November 2019
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MaryR wrote a review Oct 2019
Newcastle, Australia56 contributions14 helpful votes
It is a great walk not too hard just take your time and it’s relaxing. The scenery is beautiful to look at while you’re walking
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Wanderering1 wrote a review Aug 2019
Lake Macquarie, Australia655 contributions201 helpful votes
A stroll in the winter sun without the crowds. We dawdled along the foreshore with pleasant greetings from the odd passing stranger and admired the view over the lake's entrance, the opposing shoreline and the open ocean. The walk is slightly uphill so it could be a challenge for the very elderly or infirm, but there are plenty of opportunities to stop and sit. The walk has toilets at both ends and stretches for about a kilometre.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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