Idyllic Holiday Hideaways #2

A mid-year break is just the thing for relaxing, exploring new or favourite places and recharging your batteries.


Namaste: Yoga on the Coast

Coasties that were once hard-pressed to find somewhere to practice yoga are now spoiled for choice with studios and classes on offer from Avoca to Erina and Woy Woy to Killcare. Whether you have back pain or RSI, want greater flexibility or less stress, or maybe need more energy or headspace, yoga could be the answer. Nothing

Eat & Drink

What’s New on the Coast: 2019

As the Central Coast continues on its tasty trajectory of becoming the next big culinary hot spot in regional Australia, the cafe, restaurant and bar scene is going from strength to strength. Adding to the epicurean excitement in 2019 are some fabulous new openings including a gin and gelato bar, a new restaurant headed by a


Bells: A Place to Kill Your Cares

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.


The 12 Beaches of “Coastmas”

On the twelfth day of “Coastmas” my true love gave to me… twelve Coastie beaches, eleven swimmers swimming, ten surfers surfing, nine boogie boarders, eight bodysurfers, seven sandcastles, six squawking seagulls, five golden sunsets, four fishermen, three pelicans, two turtles and a paddleboarder on a calm sea. It’s summer time, which means beach time on

Things to do

Float Your Boat on the Central Coast

We’ve been fishing just north of the Rip Bridge for about an hour and have only managed to hook baby snapper. The sun is beating down on our little tinny and I’m lost in a day dream, imagining myself living the high life in a waterfront mansion. All of a sudden I’m jerked back to reality


To the Edge of Box Head

Jutting out of Bouddi National Park like a finger pointing southward, Box Head is one of the most distinctive headlands on the Central Coast. From afar it looks impossible to reach but the iconic point is only a short off-road drive from the back of Killcare and an easy bushwalk. After navigating the rocks and bumps along



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