Cooranbong NSW Travel GuideEdit This The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and see
Quiet rural town now being absorbed into the larger city of Lake Macquarie
Located just over 100 km north of Sydney, can be reached by the scenic route (Pacific Highway or the Sydney to Newcastle Freeway (F3) exiting at Morisset. Cooranbong is the major gateway to the Watagan Mountains and is located on the western side of Lake Macquarie. In the town centre there is a nice little restaurant, and a variety of shops including the Elephant Shop, selling a range of quallity imported homewares and semi precious gem stones. Cooranbong has a number of historical buildings located along Martinsville Road, this includes the old church and Cooranbong's first post office.
Sunnyside and South Sea Islands Museum
Located on Avondale Road, gives and presents many ardtifacts from the Pacific Islands dating back to the 1920's
Part or or all of this text stems from the original article at: Mark Savige
January 28, 2007 change by msavige