Toukley is a holiday resort area in the northern end of the Central Coast of NSW located 108 km from Sydney.
It is surrounded by ocean on the eastern side, and Tuggerah and Budgewoi Lakes, two interconnected lakes that are divided by narrow strips of land and connected by a narrow channel of water between the two lakes. This gap is spanned by Wallarah Point Bridge with Gorokan on the western side, and Toukley on the eastern side.
The lakes are also ideal for anglers with blackfish, whiting, mullet, snapper, bream, flounder, tailor, flathead, jewfish, tarwhine and crabs all able to be caught from the foreshores of Tuggerah lake and Bream mostly caught in Budgewoi Lake. Prawns are usually plentiful in mid-summer and can be caught by wading into the shallows at night with the traditional lamp and net.
Tourkley has a wide variety of accommodation including motels, apartments and luxury hotels.