Wangi Wangi – walking distance
Little Thai Monkey – Tue-Sun 11:00am – 8:30pm (Closed Monday)
Vita Lakeside Café and Restaurant – Italian cuisine, Tue – Sat 9:30am – 5:00pm, Thu-Sat 5:30-9:30pm, 02 4975 4588

The Shack, Wangi Hotel – ala cart menu, lunch and dinner – daily. 02 4975 5511
Wangi Workers Club Bistro – Australian and Chinese cuisine, lunch and dinner – daily 02 4975 3542
Wangi Waters Restaurant – Wangi RSL – South East Asian cuisine, lunch and dinner – daily 02 4975 1433

Wangi Pizza Bar – pizza and pasta, dinner only – Wed-Sun. 02 4975 3676
Wangi Deck Café – everyday 8:00am – 3:30pm
Wangi Bakehouse for coffee, baked goodies and excellent sandwiches – Mon-Fri 5:30am-5:30pm, Sat 5:30am-2:00pm, Sun 7:00am-2:00pm

Market Street Café (next to Wangi Workers Club) Mon-Sat from 7:00am-3:30pm, Sun 8:00am-3:30pm

Toronto – 15 minutes north2
Toronto Bay Bistro in the Royal Motor Yacht Club. Website Link, 6 Arnott Ave Website 02 4959 4271
Hughzies Lakeside Brasserie, 4/157 Brighton Ave, 02 4959 7556

Morisset – 15 minutes south
Punjabeez Indian Restaurant – 2/3 Short Street Morisset, 4:00-9:00pm closed Tue 02 4970 4100

O’Murrays Irish Bar & Grill, Bakehouse Lane – 0405 078 585, Coffee Shop Tue-Sun from 8:30am Breakfast Sat & Sun, Restaurant Tue-Sun for lunch and dinner until 11:30pm


The Wangi Wangi peninsular is fringed by a 30 metre reserve providing the perfect environment for walking and exploring. Wangi Wangi Point located at the tip of the peninsular has a strong indigenous history and offers panoramic views of the Lake and Pulbah Island. Wangi Walks
A variety of walking trails have been developed in the Watagan National Park (30 minute drive) catering for those who wish to enjoy the scenery as well as more serious hiking.
Wangi Walks – Website Link
Walking in the Watagans – Website Link

Water Sports

Lake Macquarie offers a wide range of water activities for those wanting to relax and unwind or those wanting adventure. Whether you would like to try your hand at deep sea fishing, jet boat riding or sailing or kayaking, there is something for everyone. If you would like to bring your fishing gear a recreational fishing licence is available online.
Watersports – Website Link


Morisset Country Club and Toronto Country Club are close by and offer championship level 18-hole facilities surrounded by scenic bushlands. Visitors are welcome.
Morisset Country Club – Website Link
Toronto Country Club – Website Link

Arts & Craft

Dobell House, home and studio museum of Sir William Dobell is located in Wangi and is open to the public 1:00-4:00pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Mandalong Gallery is famous for its authentic Aboriginal art focus and is open Saturdays and Sundays 9:00am–5:00pm. The Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery is home to local artists and offers many national touring exhibitions. (Closed for renovation. Phone (02) 4975 4115

Dobell House – Website Link
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery – Website Link

Pamper Yourself

The Hair Retreat of Wangi specialises in colour and cutting and offers a 10% discount for Wangi Sails’ guests. Appointment necessary. Shop 4 – 226 Watkins Road Wangi Wangi. Phone 02 4975 5122

Ultra Skin Boutique offers a wide range of pampering experiences and is open Tuesday through Saturday, an appointment is necessary. Shop 3 – 226 Watkins Road Wangi Wangi.  Phone 02 4975 5321

Hunter Valley Gardens

“Spanning over 60 acres, be amazed by the sensational sights, colours, and fragrances of the ten stunning feature gardens. Explore each garden one-by-one and enjoy an exciting journey through the thousands of flowers, trees, and shrubs with an air of discovery at every turn.”
Hunter Valley Gardens – Website Link

Hunter Valley Vineyards

Take a tour of the vineyards or just make your own way and explore this beautiful region. Enjoy lunch at one of the many restaurants.
Hunter Valley Tours – Website Link