Roughly 91 kilometres off of the capital city of Sydney, the suburban community of Cooranbong is located in the Hunter Valley of West Lake Macquarie in New South Wales. Its name was derived from, “kour-an-bong,” an Aboriginal term that literally means “water over rocks.” The vicinity of Cooranbong is outlined by numerous landscapes and seascapes. Some of these are Shingle Spitters Point, Bird Cage and Sugar Bay, to mention a few. The main transport services to the area of Cooranbong include the Dora Creek train station and the Newcastle Airport. Different nearby hotels, like Bay Hotel Motel, Serenity Lodge New South Wales and Bell Chapel Bed & Breakfast, are also perfect for travellers and vacationists who are staying in the area.