Grab your mid year deal at one of four Central Coast Holiday Parks across the region. Parks are located at Budgewoi, Canton Beach, Norah Head and Toowoon Bay.
Be quick these deals are valid for a limited time only.
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The 2014 Official Visitors Guide for the Central Coast is now available in print and online! The bumper guide has plenty of great features this year, including a large regional centrefold map, more great discount vouchers, great getaway plans for all travellers... plus popular regular features including plenty of information on what to do and where to stay around the region -
and best of all it's completely FREE.
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5 Reasons why the NSW Central Coast
is not boring!
Thanks Australian Traveller Magazine - while we believe there are more than five reasons, this is a great start!
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Central Coast Announced as one of
NSW's Smart Work Hubs
Regional Development Australia Central Coast has welcomed Minister Stoner's announcement of a $1.5M initiative to fund the establishment of (teleworking) Smart Work Hubs for the Western Sydney and NSW Central Coast regions.
FREE Visitor Information
Our dedicated information staff are here to help!
As you make the trek up or down the Legendary Pacific Coast, make sure you drop into our Visitor Information Centres at Kariong, Gosford or The Entrance! Our fully trained staff can help you find out what you can do, where to stay and other general enquiries. You can also call ahead and order your
FREE information pack on 1300 132 975!
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Fun Starts Here!
The Winter months are perfect for exploring the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Just one hour's drive north of Sydney, you will find yourself in a destination that has a distinctive change of place and pace, perfect for a short break or a longer escape.
Beaches, wildlife and wilderness - all the natural elements come together on the Central Coast. At the essence of the region is a world of beautiful coastlines, golden beaches, alluring lakes and pristine National Parks. These treasured natural assets stretch across the six regions of the Central Coast, each with their own unique qualities, energy and style.
Get out and about in the winter months and explore the Central Coast. A must do activity at this time of year is whale watching, as whales pass up the coastline there are some great vantage points to view these majestic animals, our National Parks have many great lookouts and walks.
If you are staying for a few days or just passing through don't forget to check out our events page to see all that is happening across the coast.