When searching for things to see and do in the Central Coast region, it pays to head outdoors. Natural attractions dominate the landscape.
Umina Beach lures plenty of families, and an easy stroll to Mount Ettalong lookout best highlights the beauty of this coastal strip.
Gosford is an enticing town with several engrossing attractions. Be wowed by captivating creatures at the Australian Reptile Park or relax in the magnificent Mount Penang Parklands.
Gosford is within easy reach of Brisbane Water National Park, home to Aboriginal cultural sites, wildflowers, bountiful wildlife, and glorious views.
Also accessed from Gosford, Bouddi National Park displays various Aboriginal sites and a profusion of wildlife as well as an old paddle steamer wreck.
Terrigal is a favourite among surfers and it’s easy to join the action. Various surf schools are in session at this Central Coast beauty, but its beach suits other pursuits like swimming, diving, and fishing. Terrigal’s restaurants and cafés create further appeal.
The Entrance is perched on premium land – this is where Tuggerah Lake greets the ocean. Naturally, radiant beaches are prolific and suit swimming, surfing, and fishing. Or stroll through town on a self-guided heritage walk or cycle around the lake. Families take note: pelican feeding is held daily at 3.30pm and is sure to enthrall little ones.
Wyong has an assortment of experiences. Head to TreeTop Adventure Park where you can swing through the forest on flying foxes and take part in other challenges. Or sample tasty local produce at Little Creek Cheese or the Wyong Milk Factory.
Caravan Parks in Central Coast
If your recent travels haven’t included the NSW Central Coast, then let us remind you of what it offers. Amazing beaches, incredible inland lake systems, some of Australia’s best year-round weather, relaxed coastal towns, and cultural attractions. The beauty of staying on the NSW Central Coast is the endless options available to you. By choosing to stay at a BIG4 caravan park, you’ll no doubt be near the very best natural attractions available in the region. If you haven’t visited, this area is highly recommended.
Camping in Central Coast
Did we mention the weather? Camping on the NSW Central Coast is one of the popular types of holidays undertaken by tourists to this magnificent region. Camp by the sea, by the lakes, under the stars, and in the comfort of a BIG4 campground. You know you’ll have all the facilities you expect from BIG4, and nature at its finest only metres from your tent door.
Cabins in Central Coast
Big family holidays on the NSW Central Coast are so common it’s like a tradition for many. Why wouldn’t they be? You could stay in a motel, but with a cabin stay in a BIG4 Holiday Park you’ll have access to the facilities most families demand for their annual break: waterparks, sheltered swimming areas, beautiful gardens, and local attractions – all with the comfort of a cabin you can call home. Your next holiday to the NSW Central Coast will be one to remember with a cabin stay in one of our fabulous parks.