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Wamberal Surgery is located in the beachside suburb of Wamberal on the beautiful NSW Central Coast (near Terrigal), providing a high standard of medical care to our patients for over 40 years.

Our practice is privately owned and operated by our family-oriented and compassionate doctors. We are fully accredited to the highest standards set by the Department of Health and the Australian Government. Our team is committed to our patients and welcomes new patients to the practice.

We strive to have a positive approach with an emphasis on preventative care and maintaining general good health.  We believe in regular health checks and healthy life choices.

Our doctors and staff take pride in our service and commitment to our patients.

Surgery address:

Wamberal Surgery

662 The Entrance Road
Wamberal NSW 2260
Fax: 02 4385 2329

Phone: 02 4384 2255


Surgery hours:

Monday to Thursday:8:30am – 8:00pm
Friday:8:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday:8:30am – 1:00pm

Evening appointments from Monday – Thursday and Saturday morning appointments are in high demand.

Bookings are essential.

For After Hours Care

Call the surgery number 4384 2255. The After Hours doctor on call will get back to you as soon as possible. In  an emergency, please call 000 for an ambulance or proceed to Gosford Hospital.  After Hours visits by our doctor are not Bulk Billed.

Looking after families on the coast for over 40 years.

Our practice is for every member of the family, compassionate, fully accredited and committed to our patients, including those new to the area.

New patients are welcome.

Are you sun-safe?

Summer is approaching and we need to be very careful to avoid sun damage to our skin. For some, the damage has been done. The sooner a skin cancer is identified and treated, the better your chance of avoiding negative outcomes. Talk to your doctor about your level of risk and early detection.


Allergies affect approximately 1 in 5 people at some time in their lives, and can affect the skin, eyes, throat, nose and lungs (asthma) and other parts of the body. Allergies could be very mild or potentially life threatening. Please ask your doctor if you or your children have symptoms of allergies, or if you suffer from asthma. There are effective treatment and prevention options available for most allergies.