Wyong, NSW

Wyong is on Pacific Highway (A1)



Wyong was proclaimed a town in 1888 and is a major northern suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales. There are several historic sites in Alison Street such as Chapmans Store (1901), Court House (1234), Wyong Milk Factory (1921) and the Wyong Public School (1889) which was last used as a school in 1979.

For visitors to the area, there is a Caltex Service Station located on both sides of the F3 Freeway (Sydney to Newcastle). On each side of the freeway there is also an ‘Olivers Real Food Store’,which has information brochures and maps of the Central Coast. The service stations are located 6 kilometres north of the Wyong Road turn off and 3.5 kilometres south of the Sparks Road turn off.

Wyong Visitor Information Centre

The visitor information centre for Wyong can be found in The Entrance.

The Entrance Information Centre

Marine Parade,
The Entrance, NSW 2261

Phone: (02) 4334 4213
Fax: (02) 4333 1763

info@theentrancetourism.com.au
www.theentrance.org.au

Map of Wyong

This page last reviewed on 3 Dec 2016