Near the town of Toukley in the local government area of the Wyong Shire, Norah Head is a headland that is on the Central Coast of New South Wales. Norah Head is popular for its beautiful, scenic views, making it a desired location for weddings. A lighthouse sits on Norah Head that measures 23 metres in height and was built in 1903. The Norah Head lighthouse was the last significant one built in New South Wales and it was built because many ships foundered near the headland. The quarters of the former lighthouse keepers are still maintained today and are available for rent. Norah Head also has a tidal rock pool near the Cabbage Tree Harbour where children can play in shallow water safely and in a sheltered location.