The Central Coast is a region of New South Wales, Australia, lying on the Pacific Ocean north of Sydney. Towns like Terrigal and Avoca Beach feature expansive beaches and surfing. The Entrance is a resort area offering a range of recreation at the confluence of the ocean and Tuggerah Lake, a saltwater wetland. The city of Gosford is the main commercial hub and visitor gateway.
Total Recommended Time Needed: 7 days
Total Cost: 2500 AUD
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- International payment card.
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- Smart mobile phone or access to computer with printer.
- Access to Wi-Fi internet.
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Isaac Top 3 Things To Do In The Central Coast
Beautiful beaches, scenic bays and tranquil lakes
It’s these glittering waterways that make it a popular destination for day trips, beach holidays and water sports. There are chilled beachside picnic areas, as well as fantastic cafes and restaurants, too.
There are beaches to suit every mood along the coastline.
from swimming to aquatic adventures and tours, including surfing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, waterskiing, sailing, fishing and cruising.
The Central Coast national parks and waterfalls
Within easy reach of Sydney, Newcastle and the region’s many holiday destinations that will take walkers into incredible natural areas, fabulous views, and close to an array of wildlife and spectacular plants.
Vineyard tours and more
The Hunter Valley is just north west of the Central Coast and one of Australia’s major wine regions, with a viticultural history dating back to the early 1800s. Known for varietals such as Semillon and Shiraz, it’s home to numerous wineries, including world-renowned brands and family-run boutique operations. Most are located south of the Hunter River and offer cellar door wine tastings and vineyard tours.