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Parks and nature in Central Coast

Top parks

Park
“Incredible walk through the national park and Maitland bay , a must for keen walkers ”
  • 53 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Challenge yourself with these ultimate WOW factor experiences in the tree tops! Take your pick of the fun work out of our Adventure parks, amazing heights of the Vertical Challenges, the extreme thrill of the Crazy Rider or bounce, play, discover and explore at NetWorld. We cater for most age groups and fitness levels. Bookings recommended.”
  • 33 locals recommend
Park
“The Pelican Feed takes place on The Entrance waterfront each day and is one of the Central Coast's most popular tourist attractions, entertaining and educating visitors and residents alike about the area's own pelican colony. It was all started over 20 years ago by staff at the local fish shop, who would feed scraps to the pelicans every day. Then in 1996, Council built the feeding platform known as Pelican Plaza. They, in conjunction with the many sponsors and a wonderful team of volunteers, have made it possible to feed the pelicans whole fresh fish 365 days a year and make it the spectacle it is today.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Park
“The ideal spot for a picnic - Crackneck lookout is a beauty, particularly when you can watch the local paragliders take off, or when the whales are out and about.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Park
“Free entry. Beautifully manicured gardens attract international visitors. Walk through the Gosford Regional Gallery to access the gardens. Purchase a bag of fish food for $1 at the kiosk if you'd like to feed the fish. A place to visit more than once! Be sure to pick up a sketch board and coloured pencils for the kids to draw whilst exploring the garden. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Park
“A local favorite for food and entertainment. Activities for young and old. Offers pick up and drop off service for groups.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Park
“ust off the freeway towards Sydney (take the Wyong exit) is the Wyong Milk Factory. It is an old dairy that has recently been restored and has a local cheese shop, chocolate factory, tavern and cafe. You can also hire canoes and rowboats from here ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Park
“Bushwalking, backs onto beautiful Magenta Beach, good bike track to The Entrance.”
  • 8 locals recommend

Beaches

Beach
“Gorgeous little vintage picture theatrette (est 1948), showing new and classic films as well as special events. More info and tickets available at www.avocabeachpicturetheatre.com.au ”
  • 71 locals recommend
Surf Spot
“Calm, safe waters surrounded by national park. Good for snorkelling and young children.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Beach
“Great for eating out or dancing the night away. Beautiful walk around to the Haven and Skillion.”
  • 33 locals recommend
Beach
“This surf club has a cafe over looking the beach and apparently does great burgers. This beach is wonderful for views and walking and has down the southern end a wonderful pet friendly area....”
  • 4 locals recommend
Beach
“Nice beach, good restaurants and a cozy cinema. Also Ettalong markets are a must visit. There is a ferry to Palm beach and the Basin camp ground”
  • 25 locals recommend
Beach
“Great beach with gentle waves and small surf. Good for kids- particularly down at "Kiddies Corner" on right far end towards Pearl Beach.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Beach
“Putty Beach campground has a great picnic area and is right on Putty Beach. ”
  • 3 locals recommend

Trails

Other Great Outdoors
“There are multiple walks you can choose from, just bring enough water, as there are no shops around. ”
  • 34 locals recommend
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