The Central Coast is packed with awesome and exciting activities for every type of holiday-goer. Whether you’re travelling alone, with your partner or with the whole family, there will be no shortage of amazing Central Coast attractions that you can visit and Central Coast activities that you can (and must) do.
Okay, so this should always be at the top of your list. Why visit the Central Coast when you don’t plan on visiting the beautiful beaches that the Central Coast is famous for? In fact, even in the wintertime, the different beaches of the Central Coast are still worth visiting. And the best beach that you can visit (in our opinion anyway) is Avoca Beach. If you want to relax and enjoy the beach someplace quiet and beautiful, then Avoca Beach is definitely your destination of choice.
The Australian Reptile Park
This is probably one of the best Central Coast attractions if you’re travelling with the whole family. The Australian Reptile Park has some of the best Central Coast activities that you can find. A great day awaits the whole family when you drive over and visit the Australian Reptile Park. From Kids 2 Keeper programs to Team Building venues and activities, visiting the Australian Reptile Park is definitely a must-do for any family or nature lover visiting the Central Coast.
Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures
Looking for adventure-filled Central Coast activities? Then a visit to Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures is definitely for you. Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures is Australia’s largest and most popular outdoor adventure and horse riding centre. Experience the thrill and find out why this has become one of the most popular Central Coast attractions for adventure lovers. Go horse riding, kayaking, abseiling, quad biking and more.
If you want some more adventure, go and experience the Treetop Adventure Park. If that still isn’t high enough for you, try the Microlight Adventures, which offers training and introductory flights.
Dining, Dining and more Dining!
Who would’ve thought that eating food would become one of the famous Central Coast activities? Well, with the different fantastic places to eat in Central Coast why shouldn’t it be? There’s Seasalt Restaurant, Indigo, Manfredi at Bells, Lizotte’s, and so much more. It doesn’t matter what type of food you are after, there’s something here for everyone. And that something is very, very delicious food. Experience fine dining at its best on the Central Coast.
The National Parks
The National Parks are also one of the must-see Central Coast attractions. Whether you’re a nature lover or somebody who just wants to relax, visiting any of the National Parks is also a worthwhile activity that you can do. Alone, with friends or with the family, you can hike, enjoy and appreciate the different national parks in Central Coast, such as Brisbane Water National Park, Dharug National Park, Munmorah State Conservation Area, Popran National Park, and Wyrrabalong National Park.