Coast To Lake Walk

The Entrance Coast to Lake Scenic Walk is a self-guided walk connecting pedestrians to attractions, landmarks and facilities around The Entrance, covering over 7.6km of our beautiful area. The walk can be covered in one and a half hours if you are a fast walker or up to three hours at an easy stroll. Make sure you take a hat, sunscreen and a drink bottle which can be refilled at the water stations along the way.

Sections 1, 3 and 4 are fully accessible to all abilities, prams and bicycles. Section 2 requires beach access and walking on rock platforms.

Dogs are allowed in sections 1, 3 and 4 if they are on a lead, however they are not allowed on the beach. Walkers need to be responsible and clean up after their pets.

Section 1: 15 minute walk from Memorial Park to the The Entrance Surf Life Saving Club along the boardwalk. Public parking, public art, ocean views, public toilets with wheelchair access.

Section 2: 60 minute walk for the fit, stretching from The Entrance Surf Life Saving Club to Toowoon Bay Surf Life Saving Club. This section is not suitable for prams, wheelchairs or bicycles as it covers the beach and rock platforms. Along this part of the walk you will pass the Ocean Baths, Edith Ring Rest lookout and public art. At the southern end of section 3 near Toowoon Bay Surf Club there is a filtered water station and picnic tables.

Section 3: Follows a pathway from Toowoon Bay Surf Life Saving Club to Tuggerah Lake foreshore. This part of the walk takes around 60 minutes and travels via Bay Road, Archbold Road and The Entrance Road. Public parking is available at the south east end of the walk. Public amenities with disabled access are available at both ends of the walk and at Jubilee Park.

Section 4: This part of the walk takes around 45 minutes and follows the shared pathway from Long Jetty on the Tuggerah Lakes foreshore to Memorial Park. As you pass through Picnic Point, walkers can make use of the skate park, fitness station, picnic shelters and BBQ’s. Parking, amenities with disabled access and a filtered water station are also available.