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  1. Flannel Flower Walking Track

    Acquaint yourself with Bouddi National Park’s beautiful and diverse vegetation on the Flannel Flower walking track. The best time of year to visit has to be spring; the flannel flower is in full bloom and the sight of...

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. Norah Head Lighthouse

    Norah Head Lighthouse was built from 1901 to 1903. Perched on a headland, the lighthouse takes in magnificent ocean vistas and is the Central Coast's most spectacular icon. A walking track skirts around the side of...

  7. The Entrance Ocean Baths

    Have a dip in the Entrance Ocean Baths - the only ocean pool on the Central Coast. There is a 50 metre pool and a children's pool and the necessary associated facilities. The baths were...

  8. 11 Kilometre Walking Track

    11 kilometre walking track is near Wisemans Ferry and follows a steep mountain ridge through lush gullies, past clear running creeks in Dharug National Park. This rough track will really get your heart racing with...

  9. Girrakool Picnic Area

    Looking for a place to picnic? Girrakool picnic area is well equipped with free barbecues, picnic tables and plenty of parking and it is conveniently located for those travelling from Sydney or Newcastle, all together...

  10. Toowoon Bay Beach

    Located just a five minute drive south-east of The Entrance, Toowoon Bay is one of the Central Coast's best kept secrets. It offers a picturesque horseshoe shaped protected beach that is great for families, but...

  11. Somersby Falls Picnic Area

    Somersby Falls picnic area is the perfect place to escape from everyday life. Enjoy your meal amidst lush rainforest that feels a million miles away but in reality is so close to home. It’s a great place to...

  12. Popran National Park

    Popran National Park on the NSW central coast protects Aboriginal sites and offers great walking, kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding and fishing.Take a step back in time and visit the incredible Popran...

  13. 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...

  14. Mill Creek picnic area

    This lovely grassy picnic area is the perfect place to stop to enjoy the peace and beauty of Dharug National Park.Set up your picnic at one of the tables, there are wood barbecues available at the adjacent...

  15. Devines Hill Loop

    Fabulous views, great examples of convict-era engineering and a terrific hill to climb – the Devines Hill loop is the perfect bike ride.Squeeze a camera into your pack for the panoramic views and spectacular...

  16. Snapper Point Lookout

    Snapper Point lookout shines in winter, when whales migrate past the Murramarang coastline and the crisp clear air offers unrivalled photography opportunities. But whales are only the first of several drawcards here:...

  17. 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...

  18. Bullimah Spur Track

    Beginning from Maitland Bay Information Centre, Bullimah Spur track offers a medium difficulty walk through Central Coast bushland, flanked by some of the park’s most impressive panoramas.Descend along...

  19. 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...

  20. Tuggerah Beach

    Stretching for approximately six kilometres, Tuggerah Beach is one of the longest on the Central Coast. This secluded beach is hidden alongside the North Entrance Beach and surrounded by Wyrrabalong National Park...

  21. Maitland Bay Track

    Maitland Bay track is one of Bouddi National Park’s most popular bushwalks. This short, steep walking track begins at Maitland Bay Information Centre. It then winds downhill to the secluded Maitland Bay, past the...

  22. Palm Grove Nature Reserve

    Palm Grove Nature Reserve, near Gosford on the NSW Central Coast, is a great place for frog enthusiasts, birdwatching, photography, picnicking and bushwalking.Moss-covered boulders, dramatic rainforest ferns and...

  23. Dharug National Park

    Explore the World Heritage-listed Old Great North Road, go camping, mountain biking or canoeing at Dharug National Park near Wisemans Ferry, northwest of Sydney.Dharug National Park covers rugged bushland...

  24. Strickland State Forest

    The entrance to Strickland State Forest is at the top of Mangrove Road, Somersby. For a small day-use forest (293 square kilometres), Strickland contains an impressive diversity of flora and fauna: wildflowers, heath...

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