North of Sydney, just off the Newcastle Freeway, the popular tourist resort of Tumbi Umbi is set on a creek of the same name on the southern shore of Tuggerah Lake. The lake, of course, is a favourite haunt of anglers, while its broad, sheltered reaches are a magnet to boaties and sailors. It’s just a short hop to some great beaches - like Toowoon Bay, Blue Bay and Shelley Beach, the upmarket Bateau Bay, Forresters Beach and other popular tourist spots in this Central Coast playground just an hour north of Sydney. You are also within comfortable driving distance of Westfield Tuggerah and Bay Village shopping centres, the Tuggerah railway station, Long Jetty, The Entrance, horseracing tracks at Gosford and Wyong, and rainforested bushwalks. In nearby Somersby you'll discover the multi award-winning Australian Reptile Park, which boasts more than 50 years experience in presenting some of Australia's most fascinating animals and venom research.