The Central Coast
- Gosford and Wyong Regions
Accommodation, Venues and Attractions Information
If you are seeking that place where you can get away from
it all and just relax and enjoy a mix of rural and beachside
lifestyle, then the NSW Central Coast is for you.
The Central Coast consists of two shires, Gosford and
Wyong and are located perfectly between Sydney and Newcastle.
The Central Coast is a popular destination for holiday
makers, with many people choosing to come back again and
For the tourists there are many Central Coast attractions to come and
see. The Central Coast is so popular because you have many
options available from seaside, rural, hinterland and city
lifestyles. The region has many historical places to visit
and tourists have been coming since the 1800's.
Central Coast accommodation is plentiful with many alternatives available
from resorts, motels, apartments, hotels, bed and breakfasts,
caravan parks and cabins. Quality restaurants and food
venues are everywhere and for the wine lovers the Hunter
Valley Wine Country is only about 45 minutes away.
Come and visit the Central Coast, we know you will not
Must See and Must Do
As a tourist destination, The Entrance is a huge success, gauged by the tens
of thousands of people who flock there annually to take holidays or a weekend
stopover. There are many who choose to spend regular weekends at this serene
coastal resort and many others who arrive just for a day trip or an impromptu
escape. Once you have succumbed to the splendor of the town and accepted the
magnificence of the surrounding waterways, you certainly won't want to leave.
Major attractions include the magnificent Tuggerah Lakes, pelican feeding daily
at 3.30pm, pristine surf beaches, boat hire, fishing, markets, entertainment,
bike paths, shopping and so much more. Accommodation venues are plentiful and
varied in style. Great place for families. Website: theentrance.org
Famous for it’s amazing boutique shopping, upmarket restaurants and cafes
and first class entertainment, Terrigal is a legendary Australian seaside village.
Sunny street cafes offer relaxed outdoor eating during the day, and every evening
a huge array of stylish restaurants serving an amazing range of international
menus open their doors to cater for the locals and tourists who flock to Terrigal
to cool off in the sea breezes. Terrigal town is positioned right on the surf
beach, with a perfect north easterly aspect to capture the sun all day. Quality
homes, apartments and villas nestle into the hillsides of a surrounding ring
of protective tree covered slopes. Meandering tree lined streets find their
way down to the town centre and beach from the scenic higher points allowing
residents to stroll easily into the village. Terrigal is the geographical heart
of the Central Coast with spectacular coastal lookouts, national parks and
a beautiful rural hinterland, all within a short drive. Multi screen cinemas,
expansive shopping centres, golf courses and clubs are all available within
a 5 km radius. Website: terrigal.org