Nestled in the shade of the Central Coast’s distinctive Norfolk pines, Pearls on the beach offers chic seaside dining on the secluded golden shores of Pearl Beach. Found among streets named after precious jewels, Pearl Beach is a place where Sydneysiders come to get away from the chaos of the city. With its luxury multi-million dollar beachfront
Sydneysiders have long been travelling north to escape the city and get away from it all. Even in the 1900s when there were hardly any roads, city-slickers flocked to Woy Woy – known as the Venice of Australia – on the train and then onto Hardys Bay via ferry to immerse themselves in pristine nature.
In a major coup for the Coast over the June long weekend, a lucky few were treated to an epic feast by one of Australia’s original celebrity chefs. Seasalt restaurant at Crowne Plaza Terrigal filled to the brim as chef Peter Kuruvita brought a taste of his home to ours. Having worked with Neil Perry and
It is, by definition, a local Italian eatery where food is made by hand. But Osteria A’ Mano is not in Parma, or Puglia, it’s in Wyong, offering an authentic taste of Italy right here on the Coast. The charming Italian restaurant is hidden behind a red door on Wyong’s palm-fringed main strip, directly opposite the train station.
We’re sitting in an historic old building by a fire swilling an Argentinian Malbec. It’s the most posh and romantic Tuesday night we’ve had in a while. It’s a perk of being a Coastie and taking advantage of locals’ night at Terrigal’s new fine dining restaurant – Terrace Grill. While the restaurant is only in
It has been raining non-stop for days but we have an anniversary to celebrate – our first year on the Coast – so we rug up and brave the wet. As we slush through puddles en route to Terrigal, the sun suddenly comes out and blue sky emerges from under the grey. By the time