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Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific, An IHG Hotel
Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific, An IHG Hotel
8.2 Excellent
Pine Tree Lane, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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0.1 km from city centre, Terrigal 
ExcellentBased on 3,548 reviews
8.2

Featuring a sauna and an outdoor heated pool, the hotel is located in Terrigal and is a brief walk from Terrigal Beach. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Endota Spa and Aqueous Health Club.

Terrigal Sails Serviced Apartments
Terrigal Sails Serviced Apartments
8.3 Excellent
Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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0.3 km from city centre, Terrigal 
ExcellentBased on 910 reviews
8.3

Conveniently situated and offering a bowling alley and a Jacuzzi, this modern property is an easy drive from Wamberal. It features comfortable apartments with an en suite bathroom and a kitchenette.

Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
8.8 Excellent
224 Terrigal Drive, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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1.2 km from city centre, Terrigal 
ExcellentBased on 1,087 reviews
8.8

This modern property in Terrigal offers free wireless internet, as well as an outdoor pool and a sauna. There is also a fitness centre with a swimming pool.

The Clan Terrigal
The Clan Terrigal
7.8 Good
1 Oceanview Drive, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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0.9 km from city centre, Terrigal 
GoodBased on 877 reviews
7.8

The Clan Terrigal is situated in Wamberal and is close to the area's tourist attractions. It also offers babysitting/child services, meeting rooms and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Avoca Beach Hotel
Avoca Beach Hotel
7.3 Good
360 Avoca Drive, Avoca Beach, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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3.3 km from city centre, Terrigal 
GoodBased on 1,023 reviews
7.3

This contemporary hotel in Avoca Beach offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as meeting rooms and an outdoor pool. It also provides billiards, a tour desk and luggage storage.

Tiarri Terrigal
Tiarri Terrigal
9.0 Excellent
16 Tiarri Crescent, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Terrigal 
ExcellentBased on 773 reviews
9.0

This modern motel provides an ideal setting for an adults-only retreat, with Terrigal Beach and a range of shops and restaurants just a short walk away. It also received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014.

The Palms at Avoca
The Palms at Avoca
8.6 Excellent
Terrigal, NSW, Australia
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3.5 km from city centre, Terrigal 
ExcellentBased on 480 reviews
8.6

Boasting a Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and an outdoor pool, The Palms at Avoca is located in Avoca Beach and provides comfortable accommodation. It also offers a BBQ/picnic area, a kids pool and a playground.

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Average price in Terrigal:$324/night
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$212 - $481
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About Terrigal

Terrigal sits beside the Pacific Ocean, a laid-back beach town packed with surfers, sunbathers and holidaymakers soaking up the sunshine. The area takes its name from Terrigal Beach, where both the town and the bay are dominated by The Skillion, a dramatic vertical rock cliff that offers fantastic views.

Things to do

It’s the beach which draws most tourists to Terrigal. The sand is white, the esplanade is lined with shady Norfolk pines, and the waves roll right in, so it’s ideal for surfing and bodyboarding. You can laze all day in the sunshine, then wander into town to find quality restaurants and bars.

Terrigal is a local hub for surfing, and you don’t need to be expert to catch the waves. The Central Coast Surf School offers lessons, and if you do get into difficulty for any reason, there’s a life-saving club on site.

The Central Coast and Terrigal are well known for scuba diving. The boat ramp is on a protected stretch of land called The Haven, and you can sail out to dive on HMAS Adelaide, which was deliberately scuppered in 2013. The wreck lies just over 20 metres below sea level, so you need to have the right certification and permit, but it’s thriving as an attraction and has been credited with single-handedly boosting the local diving industry.

On dry land, be sure to climb up to the top of The Skillion. A perfect place to sit and watch the sun rise or set, here you can see a panoramic view stretching many kilometres out across the ocean.

Getting around

Terrigal is 11 kilometres east of Gosford on the Central Coast, New South Wales. You can drive along the M1 from Sydney or Newcastle, or catch the bus from Gosford. Self-driving is the most convenient way to get around Terrigal, served by Terrigal Drive, Scenic Highway and Ocean View Drive.

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Terrigal sits beside the Pacific Ocean, a laid-back beach town packed with surfers, sunbathers and holidaymakers soaking up the sunshine. The area takes its name from Terrigal Beach, where both the town and the bay are dominated by The Skillion, a dramatic vertical rock cliff that offers fantastic views.

Things to do in Terrigal

It’s the beach which draws most tourists to Terrigal. The sand is white, the esplanade is lined with shady Norfolk pines, and the waves roll right in, so it’s ideal for surfing and bodyboarding. You can laze all day in the sunshine, then wander into town to find quality restaurants and bars.

Terrigal is a local hub for surfing, and you don’t need to be expert to catch the waves. The Central Coast Surf School offers lessons, and if you do get into difficulty for any reason, there’s a life-saving club on site.

The Central Coast and Terrigal are well known for scuba diving. The boat ramp is on a protected stretch of land called The Haven, and you can sail out to dive on HMAS Adelaide, which was deliberately scuppered in 2013. The wreck lies just over 20 metres below sea level, so you need to have the right certification and permit, but it’s thriving as an attraction and has been credited with single-handedly boosting the local diving industry.

On dry land, be sure to climb up to the top of The Skillion. A perfect place to sit and watch the sun rise or set, here you can see a panoramic view stretching many kilometres out across the ocean.

Getting around Terrigal

Terrigal is 11 kilometres east of Gosford on the Central Coast, New South Wales. You can drive along the M1 from Sydney or Newcastle, or catch the bus from Gosford. Self-driving is the most convenient way to get around Terrigal, served by Terrigal Drive, Scenic Highway and Ocean View Drive.

  • What are the best hotels in Terrigal?

    Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific, An IHG Hotel (8.2/10 from 3,548 reviews), Terrigal Sails Serviced Apartments (8.3/10 from 911 reviews), and Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat (8.8/10 from 1,088 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Terrigal.

  • What is a good hotel near Terrigal Beach?

    A good hotel close to Terrigal Beach is Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific, An IHG Hotel (rated 8.2/10 from 3,548 reviews).

  • What is the best place in Terrigal for bars and restaurants?

    Terrigal restaurants are ever ready to satiate your dining needs, regardless of whether you are a high-end, casual, adventurous or discerning diner. Go to the Terrigal Esplanade to find some of them, including Reef Restaurant, Chop N Grind and Swells Terrigal. If you crave a few drinks, feel free to stop by any of the bars at this location, such as The Joker & Thief Terrigal, Pocket Bar Terrigal and Mumbo Jumbo's. Rhonda's Bar & Restaurant, at 3-5 Kurrawyba Ave, has a reputation for serving classic cocktails. A few of the Terrigal hotels within this area are Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat, Tiarri Terrigal and The Clan Terrigal; feel free to book any of these options through HotelsCombined.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Terrigal?

    Suppose you're in Terrigal with your lover, book romantic accommodation at The Outlook Cabana. This top-rated hotel comes with a private infinity pool, where you and your beloved can enjoy a swim or unwind by the poolside while you take in the panoramic ocean and rainforest views. Bring your little ones with you on your holiday as well; the babysitting services provided at The Outlook Cabana will ensure they get the best care. Later, you can head to Avoca Beach, which is within striking distance. Swim or surf with the family at this well-liked beach before exploring the Avoca Beachside Markets, where you can purchase several affordable souvenirs or gifts for your friends or relatives. Nearby Terrigal accommodation includes Avoca Beach Hotel and Avoca Palms Resort Apartments.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Terrigal?

    If you're visiting this town to have fun and learn at the same time, The Central Coast Marine Discovery Centre should be amongst your top things to see in Terrigal. This kid-friendly destination provides a plethora of interactive activities, not to mention educational tours and various science exhibits. Those passionate about art can head to KAB Gallery, conveniently situated several minutes away. It's favoured by both local and foreign artists who come here to sell and purchase art pieces or join various art events. In case you want to attend some of the latter, stay nearby to be punctual and take full advantage of your time here. Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat and Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific, an IHG Hotel, are some of the hotels in Terrigal at your disposal when you're looking for accommodation.

  • Where are the best places to stay in Terrigal for watersports?

    Countless locals and travellers visit Terrigal to get their thrills from watersports, thanks to Terrigal Beach, which has several spots for swimming, surfing, scuba diving and boating. This popular beach also boasts picnic areas and parking. You can capitalise on your time here by making some new friends while enjoying relaxing walks on the golden sand. To move to and from this scenic beach within the shortest time possible, book nearby accommodation in Terrigal. Your options should include Star of the Sea Luxury Apartments, Terrigal Sails Serviced Apartments and Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat.