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Apartment in The Entrance
The Entrance
sleep Sleeps 5 in 2 bedrooms
Built in resort style at the confluence of the Pacific Ocean and the spectacular Tuggerah Lake, these reasonably priced one- and two-bedroom fully furnished apartments offer a comfortable stay at a dream location.
Amenity: Views, Shared Swimming Pool, Internet Access, Beach Front, Seaside
RATES
AUD 120 – 150
Per Night
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The Entrance Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in The Entrance New South Wales


The Entrance Geography

The Entrance is a small town located on a peninsula along the southeast coast of Australia just north of Sydney. The west coast of the peninsula is bordered by Tuggerah Lake and the eastern coast faces the South Pacific Ocean. The town is a popular tourist destination and has a population less than 5,000. With the eastern portion of the town facing the Pacific Ocean and the town enjoys numerous beaches that contribute to it's popularity as a holiday destination. A few of the beaches in the area are : Lakes Beach, Soldiers Beach, The Entrance North, The Entrance, Toowoon Bay, Shelly Beach

The Entrance History and Culture

The first European settlers to the area arrived in 1796 when a group of shipwrecked fisherman washed ashore. Eventually more Europeans and Chinese arrived in the area. The Entrance was established as a city in 1889 when the railway was constructed between Sydney and Newcastle and brought settlers into the area. And with the railroad, tourist eventually began arriving. Pelicans are a popular site in the village. When the town was a fishing village, the fishermen used to feed the pelicans with their scraps left over from fishing. Today the area is known as the "Pelican Capital of Australia"