Family Fun in Gosford
Gosford is a great destination for a family day trip or holiday. It's situated on Brisbane Water National Park and surrounded by state forests, lakes and beaches.
Whether you prefer bush, beach or cultural and culinary experiences, Gosford has something to offer. Have a lazy lunch in one of the many great restaurants, or enjoy a relaxing day in a beautiful garden, gallery or museum.
Swim or surf at one of many pristine beaches, including Terrigal, Avoca Beach and Ettalong Beach. Immerse yourself in the area by exploring the natural beauty of the surrounding bushland in the Bouddi and Brisbane Water national parks.
Don't forget to visit the Australian Reptile Park to see amazing animals and displays.
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Sunday 20 September 2015 to Sunday 17 January 2016
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The Mooney Mooney nature walk takes you through some of the most picturesque parts of Brisbane Water National Park, or set off from the beautiful picnic ground and follow Somersby Falls walking track, winding the the bottom of the nearby falls less than 20 minutes away.
Gosford is the business and shopping heart of the Central Coast. You’ll find major retailers such as the Imperial Shopping Centre and Erina Fair Shopping Centre, as well as boutique offerings, local restaurants, cafes and coffee shops that offer personal attention and local hospitality.
Gosford has plenty of casual cafes and upmarket restaurants on offer. Taste local ales at the Six String Brewery, sample award winning spirits at Distillery Botanics or, for something a bit different, take a cooking class at Julie’s Place, a cooking school run by Masterchef winner Julie Goodwin.
View across to Gosford from Woy Woy. Image Central Coast Tourism
Couple bushwalking through Bouddi National Park. Image Central Coast Tourism
Family exploring the Bouddi Coastal Walking Track. Image Central Coast Tourism