Terrigal is where my girlfriends and I spent the weekend celebrating a very special birthday. We had a fabulous time, eating out, walking on the beach, sitting on the balcony enjoying a glass of wine and a good catch up.
Terrigal is known for the row of stately Norfolk Island pines that define the beachfront esplanade, situated at the southern end of a stunning 4 km beach. Its reputation as a top surfing spot combined with its beautiful location on Broken Head have made it a popular holiday spot since the late 1800s. Today the town is a blend of natural beauty, sophisticated dining, a lively cafe culture and plenty of good accommodation.