Located on the beachfront in Central Coast NSW, Pullman Magenta Shores Resort is the ideal choice of accommodation for your holiday.
No matter what you enjoy, you’ll find the Central Coast’s top events, tourist attractions, activities and things to experience just moments from our front door.
From a golfing day at Magenta Shores Golf and Country Club, to the thrilling tree climbing, from a tempting cheese tasting at Little Creek cheese factory, to the astonishing views of Norah Head Lighthouse, from pelican watching to a visit to the Wyong Milk Factory. Magenta Shores always has some inspiring sight or activity to offer, to make your stay at our Magenta Shores resort unforgettable.
For more recommendations on what to do in Terrigal NSW or for assistance with arranging tours, tickets or transportation, please reach out to our Concierge team.
Due to COVID 19 we have limited school holiday activities and bookings are required.
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For more information contact our Front Reception 4352 8100.
The Central Coast offers some of the best viewing points for whale watching. Pullman Magenta Shores Resort is located on the beach and is between two great vantage points for whale sightings.
Crackneck Point, Wyrrabalong National Park (South) 20 minutes South of Pullman Magenta Shores Resort
Located at the end of Bateau Road, Crackneck Point has ample room to park and set up a picnic blanket ready for some whale spotting, with views over The Entrance and Shelly Beach.
Norah Head Lighthouse, Norah Head 5 minutes North of Pullman Magenta Shores Resort
With stunning views across the Pacific Ocean this unique viewing location is home to the annual Whale Dreamers Festival (July). Lighthouse tours are also available.
Our “This is the Life” campaign is a story of transformation. It tells stories about the things people love about the Central Coast and the remarkable people doing remarkable things that are transforming the Coast over many years into a rich, vibrant and buzzing coastal community.
The Central Coast has the best of all worlds and those who live and work here are the Central Coast’s proudest ambassadors. We hope you enjoy their stories and take the time to re-shape your own perceptions of the Coast.
This is the Life. This is the Central Coast.
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