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The Entrance North
Central CoastNew South Wales
Location in New South Wales
Population: 1,392
Postcode: 2261
Area: 1 km² (0.4 sq mi)
Location: 2 km (1 mi) NE of The Entrance
LGA: Central Coast Council
Parish: Wallarah
State District: The Entrance
Federal Division: Dobell
Suburbs around The Entrance North:
Tuggerah Lake Magenta
Tuggerah Lake The Entrance North Pacific Ocean
The Entrance

The Entrance North (colloquially "North Entrance") is a coastal village in The Entrance District of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. It is at the end of a peninsula with Tuggerah Lake to the west and the Tasman Sea to the east. To the south is The Entrance Channel in which flows Tuggerah Lake and on the southern shore is The Entrance. Crossing the channel by foot or road is via The Entrance Bridge. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area.

Transport

The Entrance North is serviced by The Entrance Red Bus Service with routes mainly going south to The Entrance and from there to Gosford or Wyong. There is a route which continues north to Toukley and Wyong Hospital. As a flat area the area is easy to cycle around and to cross the bridge to connect with the Tuggerah Lakes bike track at Picnic Point. The closest railway station is Tuggerah railway station which is serviced by the Central Coast & Newcastle Line.


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