Discover the best top things to do in Wyong, Australia including The Wyong Milk Factory, TreeTops, Westfield Tuggerah, The Entrance Pelican Feed, Chittaway Bay Tavern, Skydive Central Coast, Laserblast, Norah Head Lighthouse, Magenta Shores Golf and Country Club, Microlight Adventures.
Restaurants in Wyong
4 based on 163 reviews
This venue offers multiple facilities for people to indulge, relax, enjoy and/or exercise themselves. Here you can find a chocolate shop, a cafe, a tavern, a cheese shop, a coffee truck, a wood turners shop and an exercise gymnasium. The tavern and coffee truck are closed on Mondays but the cafe is open. The gym is very popular with locals. Parking can be a problem, even on quiet days.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
TreeTop Adventure Park Central Coast aims to maximise the potential for excitement in a natural setting whilst having a minimum impact on the environment. Each park offers a unique combination of adventurous fun for all age groups. This is a magnificent way to hang out in the tree tops come rain or shine! Our other parks at in Western Sydney, Sydney The Hills and Newcastle NSW.
I visited Tree Tops today with my 12 year old daughter and her friend. We arrived for the 9am session so it was very easy to find a carpark. We were greeted by friendly staff but think they needed another staff member checking everyone in. It took longer than it needed to. I noticed on the way out the same poor girl still on her own behind the reception desk trying to check the customers in. There were a lot of staff members around that could have helped her with the load.
We were given our equipment and the girl who ran this was very professional, friendly, patient and helpful. She gave clear instuctions and I loved that we got to practise using the equipment before we were let loose on the course by ourselves. The course itself was challenging and fun and the kids absolutely loved it. I would definitely reccommend Tree Tops to others and we are definitely coming back to try the Crazy Rider.
My only other criticism would be that it would be better if the groups were smaller. At times I did feel anxious about not going fast enough and worrying that I was holding others up.
Overall a really enjoyable morning and I am so glad I got to experience this course.
4 based on 33 reviews
Westfield Tuggerah brings the latest in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food to the NSW Central Coast.
Whether it is coffee shops, restaurants, food hall, specialty shops or Events Cinema, Tuggerah has much to offer within this contemporary mall. Clean and well maintained all services are appreciated except for limited under cover parking.Hi, thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We are currently working on a solution for the under cover parking and hope to have some exciting news later in the year. See you next time, Westfield Tuggerah
4.5 based on 196 reviews
The Pelican Feed takes place on The Entrance waterfront at 3.30pm each day and is one of the Central Coast's most popular tourist attractions, entertaining and educating visitors and residents alike about the area’s own pelican colony.
First hand experience about Pelican Feed. Daily at 3:30pm except Christmas Day. However, you need to be there before 3pm to get a good seat.Volunteers will explain a bit about Pelican before and while during the feeding. Good activity for the whole family. May have...MoreThank you for your feedback regarding the Pelican Feed at The Entrance. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit. Just so you are aware for any future visits, the Pelican feed is every day at 3.30pm including Christmas Day.
3.5 based on 27 reviews
Chittaway Bay Tavern is an open-plan establishment with high ceilings, a great beer garden, indoor/outdoor dining and a big public bar and TAB area.
Usually hotels and taverns serve huge plates of ordinary food. Not this one! The food was absolutely superb, more like fine dining quality. But don't expect matching wines in Ridell glasses. Their best wine, served in a 30cent wine glass was quite ordinary. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The prices were very reasonable, obviously subsidised by the numerous addicted gamblers with glazed eyes sitting in front of the poker machines. A great meal. 5 stars. Wine 2 stars tho'
5 based on 3 reviews
Skydiving the NSW Central Coast is something you will never forget. There’s nothing like Skydiving over this stunning coastline, with its patchwork of lakes and bushland. Securely attached to your experienced tandem instructor, you will be guided through your entire skydive. Your adventure will begin with a safety briefing followed by a scenic plane ride to height. As the excitement builds, your expert instructor will prepare you for the countdown and together you will make the ultimate jump from up to 14,000 feet above the central NSW coastline.
Well this is something that has been on my "to do" list for a long time and finally I did it. Very professional, no concerns about safety at all and video shots to keep as a memory. The actual 45 seconds freefalling was amazing and the views with the ocean and lakes on the ascent were breathtaking. Thoroughly recommended. Jumped with Joe who was great.
5 based on 25 reviews
LASERBLAST is the Central Coast's HOTTEST & BIGGEST Laser-Tag Entertainment Centre. At LASERBLAST, you and your friends will be tested as you combat each other with the latest State of the Art - World Beating Phasers and Vests as well as the huge ever-changing, multi-level, hi-tech arena. Are you Up for the Challenge?
We have been here for birthday parties and school holiday fun. Options for all budgets and able to play one game or more. Great fun for adults also and staff always nice and easy to deal with. We always love going at least once each school holidays
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Beautifully restored Lighthouse Keepers Quarters dating back to 1903. The Lighthouse Keepers Quarters consist of two recently upgraded 3 bedroom cottages located on the headland with magnificent ocean vistas. On site hosts are at your beck and call. Sleeping up to 8 people in each fully self contained cottage. Norah Head is the perfect escape for a romantic weekend for two or a family week away. With more upgrades in the near future the Lighthouse Trust looks forward to welcoming many more visitors through working lighthouse.
1. Even infant is able to have fun with shells and warm water 2. Magnificent view to chill out 3. Still relatively quiet and privateThanks Kosy53 for taking the time to review the gorgeous Norah Head Lighthouse...
4 based on 68 reviews
Had a week at the Magenta but unfortunately it rained the whole time so no golf and not a lot of outdoor activities. The restaurant was nice but overpriced I thought. However, there were different eating options so this was a nice surprise.
5 based on 60 reviews
In a word, microlighting is freedom! Freedom to escape the mundane routine of life, the traffic jams, the confines of conventional flying. You do not need all the facilities of larger aeroplanes, the training or qualifications for a full private pilots licence, or a huge bankroll to pay for it all. Any fair sized paddock can be your aerodrome and your garage can be your hangar.
This was a christmas gift from my brother and sister. It was an amazing experience and highly recommend to everyone. Len, the pilot, was very patient and knowledgeable with all my questions. He made me feel very safe and explained very well how safe it...MoreMany thanks for your kind review. We hope to see you back soon! The Whale season starts around June and and it is amazing seeing them from the air!
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