The Central Coast has accommodation for everyone all year round. If water sports are your thing consider surfing, boating, windsurfing, kayaking and diving or take a cruise on one of the lakes or try your hand at fishing. There’s horse riding, cinemas and the Historic Avoca Beach Theatre plus major attractions such as The Australian Reptile Park, Calga Springs Sanctuary and the Australian Rainforest Sanctuary.
Walking trails meander over the National Park headlands from which the views are spectacular. There are numerous bike tracks, safe for kids and adults. The sportsman is well catered for with golf courses, tennis courts, leagues clubs, bowling clubs and fitness centres.
Dining on the Central Coast is simply divine. Indulge in freshly caught seafood and oysters, or choose from a range of dining experiences – al carte restaurants, affordable bistros, contemporary cafes, romantic little places for two and a wide choice of family restaurants. If you’re into shopping, you can spend time leisurely browsing through seaside boutiques and shopping centres, while markets, art and craft galleries and antique shops are waiting to be explored.