Ettalong Beach & Umina take out top awards
Ettalong Beach and Umina businesses are the winners of the ‘Business NSW Top Tourism Awards’, taking out the Most Compelling Itinerary category.
According to Destination NSW, some of the gems of southern gateway to the Central Coast with Ettalong Itinerary: indulge in the seaside boutiques, experiences, and eateries…
Lords of Pour, Sasà Sicilian Street Food, The BOX on the Water, Ettalong Diggers, Cinema Paradiso, Andersons Boatshed, Galleria Ettalong Beach, Salmon & Co Ettalong, Amour, Helado, Hatters Tea House, Coast 175, Ettalong Beach Bay Gallery home of Art Studios Cooperative, Cafe & Art Re:Publik Cafe, Central Coast Surf School, Bombora Ettalong Beach SUP, Bar Toto Ettalong, Osteria il Coccia, Safran, La Fiamma Ristorante Pizzeria.
Sailing boats and cruisers bobbing gently in the bay, while on the sand kids building sandcastles as the ferry from Palm Beach is gliding past and some paddle boarders trying to stay upright.
“Life is a beach”, as one visitor sums it up and things are slowing right down in Ettalong and Umina. For decades, the beachside suburbs have been attracting tourists with the offer of a relaxing lifestyle and plenty of activities.
Visitors can reach Ettalong seaside village in just 30 minutes – Sydneysiders, who hop on the Palm Beach ferry can enjoy waves and sea breeze on the way…
The trip up the M1 only takes an hour and these small Peninsula towns never tire to attract holidaymakers.
There is also plenty of 5-star accommodation with Mantra and apartments along The Esplanade. Ettalong offers a slice of nostalgia and innovation with a welcome balance of charm and calm. Explore its golden beach and foreshore with gentle swells, marvel at impressive vistas of Parks, Lion Island and Pearl Beach, then shop-hop its spectrum of businesses, vintage boutique, and homeware stores.
You’ll find a warm welcome on the Peninsula.