Places to be
From waterfront silent yoga sessions to a real life Pearl Farm experience, the Central Coast is brimming with fun and eclectic weekend activities.
We’ve compiled a list of fun events happening throughout spring. Please confirm before attending as details may change due to variations to COVID-19 restrictions.
CENTRAL COAST EVENTS IN OCTOBER & NOVEMBER 2020
14 OCT 2020 – SILENT YOGA AT DAVISTOWN RSL
A pub with one of the Central Coast’s most stunning views, the Davistown RSL Club will make the most of their Brisbane Water views by hosting Silent Yoga sessions with noise-cancelling headphones.
Suitable for all levels of experience, the classes allow participants to completely switch off and look inwards – the only noise you will hear is your instructor and soothing music to guide you through the session.
18 OCT 2020 – DOGS IN THE PARK, NORAH HEAD
Dog lovers, you will be barking mad about this quirky event.
Designed to raise money for dog-related charities, Dogs in the Park at Norah Head will include proposed activities such as best-dressed pet competitions, dog races, interactive stalls and dog sports demonstrations. Woof.
31 OCT 2020 – SHELLY BEACH MARKETS
There is little doubt that on the last Saturday of the month, between 9am and 2pm, Long Jetty Foreshore is the place to be.
Explore over 130+ stalls of international foods, fashion, homewares, desserts, jewellery and much more. Celebrate local artists, get your face painted and enjoy what markets are all about – bringing the community together.
7 NOV 2020 – TERRIGAL MARKETS
On the picturesque foreshore of Terrigal Beach, support local makers, craftsmen, artists, designers, musicians and the do-it-yourself-ers on the first Saturday of every month from 9am until 3pm.
Explore over 50 stalls of fashion, homewares, desserts, jewellery and more. Celebrate local artists, have your face painted and enjoy the atmosphere – what markets are all about.
14 NOV 2020 – BOUDDI COASTAL TRAIL RUN
For active-types, the Bouddi Coastal Run is the place to enjoy some of the coast’s best scenery.
The 14 and 21 kilometre trail run takes in the sites of Putty Beach, Gerrin Point, Maitland Bay, Bouddi and Bombi Point.
Check out pristine beaches, rainforest and a marine park while running along a variety of terrain – smooth trails, sand running, rocky cliff top trails and hills, this is the ideal full body workout.
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