How about visit Central Coast in winter? It’s a cosy time of the year to visit and it’s just one hour's drive north of Sydney. This destination has a distinctive change of scenery and pace which makes it the ideal place for a short break or a longer escape.
If you’re the outdoorsy type then Central Coast will cater to your every need. Here you can find spectacular beaches, wildlife and wilderness. Take some time out to relax next to the beautiful coastlines, on the golden beaches, swim in the alluring lakes and take a stroll in the pristine national parks. These precious natural resources dot the six regions of the Central Coast, each with their own unique character, liveliness and style.
To add some adventure to your trip how about trying your hand at some horse riding, kayaking, abseiling or quad biking. After an exciting day relax in a day spa or visit one of the many restaurants and cafes with a wide selection of cuisines.
Take the family to the reptile or wildlife park where you can feed the animals. There’s plenty of things to see and do when holidaying at Central Coast.
A humid subtropical climate can be expected when holidaying in Central Coast. Warm humid summers can be enjoyed by all with winters that can be mildly cool to very cold and wet. It rains evenly throughout the year but mildly more frequent during autumn.
Rapidly becoming known as Australia’s leading premier beachfront holiday accommodation destinations, The Central Coast of New South Wales, is a waterfront paradise, just waiting to be explored. A scenic one hour’s drive north of Sydney will bring you right down to where the golden sandy strips of beach meet the crystal clear Central Coast waters, and because it is so close, you can drive down after work and make it in time for sunset cocktails.
With apartments, villas and all types of holiday accommodation to suit the entire family and every budget, you can stay in some of the most luxurious beachfront property. Try holiday villas, where you can literally wake up and step off your deck directly onto the beach. And for some holiday accommodation that is a little out of the ordinary, why not hire a houseboat, and you can see the coast in style.
As well as enjoying a fascinating diversity, the Central Coast enjoys its own distinct identity, rather than being just classified as an outlying suburb of Sydney. You can choose to stay in holiday accommodation in one of the lively urban areas, or make for the peace and quiet of the edges of the Hunter Valley.
For all those gung-ho adrenalin junkies, The Treetop Adventure Park in the Ourimbah State Forest will be just what you are looking for. The opportunity to let all those wild Tarzan and Jane dreams become a reality, as you swing around between the tree tops, on one of their 105 treetop adventure courses. And as long as the kids are aged 3 and up, there is a special course designed just for them, but the maximum age is 10, so no scared parents clinging to their children will be allowed!
As far as outdoor activities go, you won’t have to walk very far from your self-contained holiday villa, and you will be able to hit the beach. Aquatic adventures are everywhere, whether you are a sailing fan, enjoy snorkelling, swimming, motor or paddle boats, you can be assured of some of the best family fun, under the sizzling summer sun.
Learn to surf or windsurf, right on the beach. All the experienced instructors details will be available at your holiday accommodation, as well as all the hiring information, as everything will be available to rent right on the beach.
Go hiking through one of the region’s most picturesque trails through some of the national heritage nature reserves or just settle for a round of golf or shopping before experiencing some serious Central Coast dining hospitality , right on your holiday villa’s doorstep.