Swansea is located on the eastern shores of Lake Macquarie, and offers the only entrance to the lake, with Swansea Channel connecting the lake to the Pacific Ocean. Swansea is located 140kms north of Sydney and is popular for its water sports, beaches & fishing. Fishing is one of the most popular sports in the area with an abundance of marine life, the species of fish is virtually unlimited and the area is well known for its game fishing clubs. One of the largest coastal saltwater lakes in the Southern Hemisphere, Lake Macquarie is surrounded by cosy holiday towns like Belmont, Wangi Wangi, Cooranbong, Swansea and Toronto.
Enjoy a sunny afternoon in one of the many boats that grace the shimmering water, catch a wave at one of four patrolled beaches or venture into the mountains for a picnic lunch and sightseeing walk. There are a mammoth 92 towns and villages, 29 public boat ramps, 28 public jetties and wharves and seven marina berth around Lake Macquarie, making it the perfect family holiday destination.
Temperatures for Swansea
Swansea has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Swansea is approximately 24 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 19 °c.
Swansea has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Swansea is approximately 17 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 9 °c.
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Destinations within Central Coast
|Swansea Heads||Warners Bay||Windermere Park|
|Other Central Coast Destinations|
|Avoca Beach||Davistown||Forresters Beach|