Located between the major cities of Newcastle and Sydney in the state of New South Wales is the beautiful Central Coast. From its pristine beaches and wilderness areas to the Gateway Cities of Godford and Wyong, the Central Coast truly has something for everyone. This upcoming May will be an eventful one for the Central Coast as temperatures cool and Autumn continues to roll in. Just because it won’t be as warm as summer, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t book your central coast accommodation because here are 5 cant-miss events occurring this May:

1. Sculpture on the Greens:

Some of the best sculptors in Australia display their talents at this exhibit in Wyong. Visitors are allowed to vote on their favorite sculpture and are welcomed to donate to the artists. Sculpture on the Greens is designated as a non-profit association and is designed with the hope of supporting artists. The sculptures at the exhibit are best described as inspiring as they stimulate thought and imagination.

2. Gosford Regional Show:

There is no better event for family fun than the Gosford Regional Show. Celebrating its 128th anniversary this May, the show aims to continue its tradition of offering entertaining indoor and outdoor attractions as well as competitions. Visitors can view Scottish dancing performances, experience the international food court, and conclude the night with a riveting fireworks display.

3. The Health Connection:

The Health Connection is a family-wellness event that caters to visitors of all ages. Located in Brentwood Village, the Health Connection offers live demonstrations from local wellness practitioners on exercises and therapies such as yoga, pilates, tai-chi, and massage. While parents are learning about these exciting techniques there are also many exciting opportunities for children. Arts and crafts workshops, reptile displays, and tasty desserts are just some of the activities taking place.

4. Battlefield Challenge:

Those looking for a unique experience in physical fitness should look no further than this event. Battlefield Challenge is a military themed obstacle course that is 7 kilometers long and contains 40 obstacles. Not in great shape? Not to worry! Battlefield Challenge accommodates every level of fitness and provides clothes and other gear to wear while on the course. Children are also welcome and can take part in the miniature version of the adult course called the “KiddyHawk”.

5. 1915: God, King and Country: World War One Remembered in Music:

Fans of history and music will thoroughly enjoy this live program performed by the Central Coast Chorale. The songs performed by the choir will be the some of the same galvanizing anthems heard by Australian’s of that era that motivated them to enlist and fight for their nation. They will also perform songs that pay tribute to the feelings of grief that were caused by the terrible casualties of the war. World War One is a significant chapter in Australian history and this show honors the sacrifice of the Australian people during this time.