Beaches in Woy Woy
Pack you swimmers for Woy Woy, which lays on a shallow inlet on the western shore of Brisbane Water National Park. The stunning beaches of Ettalong Beach, Umina Beach and the exclusive Pearl Beach are also close by.
About Woy Woy
There's a wealth of things to do in and around Woy Woy, including boating, swimming, fishing and exploring the surrounding waterways and national parks. Choose from a range of tours, including fishing charters, walks and ferry rides to explore the many natural attractions. Or go it alone and hire a houseboat.
A town in the Gosford area, Woy Woy was first settled in the 1820s, and the local timbers, felled by timber getters and convicts, were used for boat building, which continued until World War I. Tourism and residential settlement began when the rail line from Sydney opened in 1888, and Woy Woy developed as a service centre for nearby coastal towns.
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Boat jetty at Woy Woy
Family exploring the Bouddi Coastal Walking Track. Image Central Coast Tourism
Maitland Bay at Bouddi National Park. Image Hamilton Lund
bouddi coastal walking track