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  1. Vintage Fair - The Collective

    Vintage Fair - The Collective is the revamped retail precinct of Fairhaven Services on the NSW Central Coast.It provides a shopping experience and destination to the local community including a new café...

  2. Sensory Gardens

    Located at Terilbah Reserve, The Entrance North, The Sensory Gardens are a joint project of Central Coast Council and Lions Club of The Entrance. The gardens are filled with native trees and plants, a...

  3. Tea Tree picnic area and lookout

    Keen surfers will appreciate the sweeping views from the lookout at Tea Tree picnic area. Inspect the waves and then decide whether to head down to the boardwalk and paddle out or have a relaxed barbie while you wait...

  4. The Entrance Beach

    A popular all-year-round aquatic playground. The patrolled beach is within walking distance of a host of attractions and facilities including the sea baths, coastal boardwalk, children's playground and park,...

  5. Grass Tree Circuit

    Pack a picnic and get the family together for a great day out exploring Dharug National Park along Grass Tree circuit. This easy, undulating walking track starts near Mill Creek picnic area and meanders through...

  6. Norah Head Beach

    Soldiers Beach, on the south side of the head, faces southeast and, with a well protected north end, is a favourite with board-riders when the summer northeaster is up. Sweetly-curved one kilometre in length, the...

  7. Shelly Beach Golf Club

    Shelly Beach Golf Club is located on the New South Wales Central Coast, and is situated at the eastern end of Shelly Beach Road, on the gentle undulating hills overlooking Shelly Beach, a leisurely 60 minute drive...

  8. Mt Penang Gardens

    With beautiful and peaceful surroundings, the opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy a fun-filled day at Mt Penang Parklands are endless. Why not take the whole family to the parklands this weekend...

  9. Palms picnic area

    While away a couple of hours in this shady, secluded Munmorah haven. With cabbage tree palms enclosing the area, it’s a peaceful and intimate setting for a barbecue or picnic.Before you settle in, or after...

  10. Somersby Falls walking track

    Starting at one of the most spectacular and popular rest stops on the NSW Central Coast – Somersby Falls picnic area – Somersby Falls walking track winds down to the bottom of the falls along a graceful 100 metre path...

  11. Dubbo Gully Loop Trail

    Definitely not for the fainthearted, this challenging steep track is ideal for adventurous bushwalkers and mountain bikers who love to test themselves. Dubbo Gully trail leads through rugged and remote bushland along...

  12. Roses 2 Go

    Roses 2 Go is a highly respected hydroponic rose growing facility in New South Wales growing all its roses using the latest environmentally friendly cultivation techniques.A guided tour of Roses 2...

  13. Bateau Bay Beach picnic area

    Whether you’re enjoying a family picnic or pausing on driving trip for a quiet cuppa – Bateau Bay Beach picnic area is the ideal spot.Positioned behind the north end of the beach, this picnic spot is very...

  14. Piles Creek loop

    If you’re looking for a hike with a chance to unwind afterwards, head to Girrakool for Piles Creek loop. Wandering through dry eucalypt forest, this day walk follows the deep gorge of Piles Creek past waterfalls and...

  15. Terrigal Beach

    One of the best-known beaches on the Central Coast, Terrigal Beach is a cosmopolitan seaside town, as popular with locals as it is with visitors.The patrolled beach offers safe swimming all year...

  16. Rocky Point Trail

    Bouddi National Park offers plenty of mountain biking opportunities on well-defined trails, also suitable for walking. One of the best cycling routes for beginners is Rocky Point trail, a one-way trail beginning just...

  17. North Entrance

    The North Entrance beach is flanked to the north by Wyrrabalong National Park and to the south by The Entrance Channel opening to Tuggerah Lakes. Energetic surf averages 1.6 metres and features a double bar system...

  18. Wyrrabalong National Park

    Discover paradise just minutes from The Entrance on the Central Coast. Go whale watching, fishing, surfing, bushwalking and birdwatching at Wyrrabalong National Park.Divided into two sections, Wyrrabalong...

  19. 248 Trail

    Aptly named 248 trail because it's 248 metres above sea level, this is a fantastic trail for mountain biking, horse riding and walking. The ride is relatively short so it’s a great one for kids. If you need a break...

  20. Warrah lookout

    Warrah lookout offers spectacular views across Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River, making this a great spot to visit all year round. Put your eyes to the test and see if you can make out the finer details of Broken...

  21. Sanaa Afrika

    Sanaa Afrika is a gallery in Erina Heights featuring gorgeous displays of African paintings, ceramics, and sculptures. They also have contemporary and traditional African art forms such as basket weaving, masks, and...

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