With an array of stunning places to holiday, the NSW Central Coast has some incredible hot spots to offer. Check out what we found best in Bouddi Peninsula.
Dreaming of your next escape? Check out our recommendations for holiday houses, exploring, places to eat and boutique stores to visit in Avoca and Terrigal.
From delectable bakeries and cafes to a well-loved surfing beach, there are plenty of things to do in Copacabana NSW, which is why so many people love to live or spend time relaxing here.
The NSW Central Coast is home to dozens of beautiful beaches and like any coastal region, some, like Terrigal and Avoca, have become iconic, while others remain more of a local secret. As well as the popular patrolled beaches on the Coast from Umina in the south to Lakes in the north, here’s a handful
Quiet and unassuming, Norah Head may just be the Central Coast’s best-kept secret. A sleepy beach town, sitting pretty just north of the Tuggerah Lake.
It’s not unusual to feel the need to travel far and wide to immerse yourself in extraordinary natural beauty but on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales, all you have to do is lace up your joggers and take a short drive and you’ll be greeted by this… With stunning sea views and thriving bushland, the Patonga to
Where bush meets beach, Bouddi National Park is a stretch of coastline on the southern tip of the Central Coast with stunning ocean vistas, wildflowers galore and golden beaches. It’s also home to a picturesque coastal walk that hugs the sea for about eight kilometres from Putty Beach to Macmasters Beach. We’re setting out on the scenic boardwalk from
Beach glamping has arrived on the Coast, with NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park becoming the first to bring the luxury camping trend to our shores. Launching in time for the spring school holidays, eight bell tents have popped up at the beachfront resort. Nestled amongst leafy surrounds, the tents look pretty as a picture lined
Like snakes and bears, Coasties have a habit of hibernating in winter. Snuggled up in winter woolies, under a blanket or in front of the fire, with a vino in hand, it can be hard to tear yourself away from the comfort of the couch. Some Central Coast restaurants even shut up shop over winter, enjoying a
Forresters Beach is a real locals’ place. Located between the tourist hubs of Terrigal and The Entrance, it’s a little off the beaten track, but that’s part of its rustic charm. And because us Aussies can’t help but shorten any name that’s a bit of a mouthful, this homely coastal suburb is more commonly known
A new generation of hip Coasties has taken over Long Jetty’s main strip, injecting their on-trend sense of style into the run-down lakeside suburb. It’s a long overdue dose of love for a suburb that recently celebrated a big milestone – 100 years since the long jetty it’s named after was built. The tiny community of Long
Ever since I strolled by the white-picket fences of the Lighthouse Keeper’s quarters at Norah Head, I’ve wanted to stay there. Surrounded by the sea and in the shadow of the majestic Norah Head lighthouse, the picturesque cottages are in a rare and captivating location, providing just the right mix of nature, history and beauty for