Toukley is not only a thriving central coast business district and residential area but a popular holiday destination as well. It is conveniently located on the foreshore of Tuggerah Lakes and Budgewoi Lake, and enjoys magnificent water views from both the north and south.
The many restaurants and takeaway food outlets of Toukley provide international and Australian cuisine and some include alfresco dining. There is a large supermarket and numerous boutique shops as well as two clubs, and the popular The Beachcomber Hotel that provide a vast array of entertainment and activities for the young and old alike.
Toukley's Markets, held each Sunday in the Coles car park, just off Main Road and Canton Beach Road, Toukley, is ever popular. With over 70 stores offering a variety of home wares, gift ideas, bric-a-brac, to second hand goods you will be sure to pick up a bargain.
Canton Beach, on the southern side of Toukley township and nestled on the foreshore of Tuggerah Lakes, is an ideal spot to relax and unwind. With picturesque views across the lake to The Entrance there are numerous water sports activities, including fishing and prawning (when in season). A terrific walking/cycle path along the lakes edge, play equipment, sheltered, bbq facilities and a convenience store makes this a great family day out. Canton Beach also plays host to several annual events including, Australia Day celebrations, Hot Rod displays and summer carnivals.
Osborne Park on the northern side of Toukley, facing Lake Budgewoi, in Peel Street, offers a boat ramp, fantastic fishing, play equipment and is within striking distance from the Toukley Golf Club - frequently described as the friendliest club on the Central Coast.
Historic 1850's Noraville House, although not open to the public, is worth a look as is sits majestically on the cliff top overlooking the ocean and is visible from the road. Toukley accommodation ranges to suite all budgets, so why not visit or have a stay in this 'water wonderland'.
The Beachcomber Hotel Toukley
200 Main Road