Southern Lake Macquarie
Discover the quiet, peaceful lakeside villages of Summerland Point, Gwandalan and Kingfisher Shoes, Chain Valley in the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, located on a peninsula extending northwards into Lake Macquarie.
They are part of the Wyong Shire local government area whilst not a part of the City of Lake Macquarie itself, they sit on the edge of the Lake andl share all the amenities the Lake and region provides.
Due to the easy access to Lake Macquarie, the rural roads and the lakefront access, these towns are popular with the boating fraternity due to their very sheltered boat launching ramps and facilities. All the townships have local shops, restaurants, and Cafes and there is a large Woolworths Supermarket on the Highway and within 10 minutes drive.
Each Town is unique, and all offer a quiet, peaceful environment, away from the hustle and bustle of city life although close to major shopping centres on either the Central Coast or Lake Macquarie and 15 minutes’ drive from some of the best beaches in Australia.
From appreciating the stunning scenery from one of the many foreshore areas that provide BBQ and picnic areas, fishing off the jetty or playing in the Parks, you are bound to find something to do. Southern Lake Macquarie gives you the best of both worlds, the City of Lake Macquarie, and the Central Coast of NSW.
Kingfisher Shores is a small hamlet in the midst of Chain Valley Bay. Separated from the rest of the suburb, it is filled with quality beautifully maintained housing and provides peace and quiet on the edge of Lake Macquarie.
There are a mammoth 92 towns and villages, 29 public boat ramps, 28 public jetties and wharves and seven marina berths around Lake Macquarie, making it the perfect family holiday destination