A cycle path carves its way through the entirety of the Long Jetty Foreshore Reserve, which hugs the shores of Tuggerah Lake. This makes it an ideal place to hit the track for cyclists, skaters and scooterers of all ages. The area is named for the three remarkably long jetties that span across the lake – Parrys Jetty, Walkins Jetty and Long Jetty – the latter of which was built in 1915 and reaches out 351 metres into the shallow waters of Tuggerah Lake. As it faces west, the Foreshore has unencumbered sunset views, making it one of the Central Coast’s most scenic picnic spots – so you’ll want to pack a camera. The site has free electric barbecues, a grassed picnic area, sheltered tables and seating, a playground and public toilets. The Long Jetty village nearby is a great spot to pick up a few supplies.