Central Coast NSW


Central Coast NSW

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Websites

Central Coast Visitor Information Official Site

Visit NSW - Central Coast

Newspaper websites

Central Coast Express Advocate

Newcastle Herald

Media websites

ABC Central Coast NSW

 

Geography:

The region is a network of towns that have been linked in recent years by expanding suburban development. The main urban cluster of the region surrounds the northern shore of Brisbane Water and includes the Coast's largest population centre, Gosford, stretching east to the retail centre of Erina.

Other major commercial "centres" on the Coast are Wyong, Tuggerah, Lakehaven, The Entrance, Terrigal, and Woy Woy. Large numbers of people who live in the southern part of the region commute daily to work in Sydney.

The Central Coast is also a popular tourist destination and a popular area for retirement. As a result, the cultural identity of the region is distinct from that of the large and diverse metropolis of Sydney as well as from the Hunter region with its mining, heavy industry and port.

On 2 December 2005, the Central Coast was officially recognised as a stand alone region rather than an extension of Sydney or the Hunter Valley.

 

Central Coast Events

The Central Coast plays host to a number of events year-round. Tuggerah Lakes Mardi Gras is packed with family fun and is one of the longest-running festivals in Australia.

Country music fans can enjoy the Central Coast Country Music Festival, which takes place every March; for opera buffs, there's Opera in the Arboretum.

Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium in Gosford holds a range of sporting events, and a visit to Gosford Race Club or Wyong Race Club gets horseracing fans' pulses racing, too.

About the Central Coast:

From Broken Bay at the mouth of the Hawkesbury River to south of Newcastle, the Central Coast includes a mix of bays and inlets, pristine beaches, lakes and lush hinterland.

While Gosford is the central business hub of the Central Coast, picturesque villages along the coastline, such as Pearl Beach, Ettalong Beach, Hardys Bay, Avoca Beach, Terrigal, Bateau Bay, Toowoon Bay, The Entrance, Norah Head and Forresters Beach, are popular holiday destinations with many accommodation choices available, from hotels and motels, plush resorts, welcoming bed & breakfasts, hostels, caravan parks and camping grounds.

There are so many things to see and do on the Central Coast. Book one of the many available tours. Don't miss the beautiful Somersby Falls in Brisbane Water National Park and the secluded beaches and bays of Bouddi National Park. Crackneck Point Lookout in Wyrrabalong National Park is a great vantage point for whale watching.

If it’s good food you’re after, Terrigal and The Entrance have great restaurants, while Norah Head has a historic lighthouse that’s well worth a visit.