The Central Coast

Only 1 hour north of Sydney

The Central Coast is an easy one-hour drive north from Sydney. Simply log onto the website, hire a coach with driver, and enjoy the scenery along the Pacific Highway – Australia’s National Route 1 – you will head north from Sydney’s city centre and join the M1 Pacific Motorway.

The Central Coast is a favourite weekend destination for tourists and locals alike. Known for its beautiful harbour setting, lovely beaches, pretty local villages, boutique hotels, stunning coastal terrain, great shopping and lush national parks, it makes for a perfect holiday. There are several popular beach towns here, including Terrigal.


Terrigal is a coastal town in the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, located 12 kilometres east of Gosford on the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area. Terrigal is home to a number of both natural and man-made landmarks. The Skillion is a sedimentary rock formation which was formed in the Triassic Period.  Not only is the Skillion a beautiful artifact, the flip-side features an extremely steep hill which is used for exercise by locals and tourists. The Terrigal Boardwalk was opened on the 14th April 2021, and was commissioned by thelocal council and partially funded by the NSW Government. The boardwalk provides a link between the Terrigal Beach, the rockpools, boatramp, and The Skillion, an inviting ramble.

Get back to nature on the Bouddi coastal walk

Bouddi National Park is a stunningly beautiful bushland area, just a short stroll from Bells at Killcare. It’s home to the eight-kilometre Bouddi coastal walk, which follows the curve of the coastline on dramatic cliffs, along icy white beaches and through lush woodland. Whales migrate along this section of coastline between May and November each year.

Feed a crowd of hungry pelicans

The Entrance is home to several of the best beaches in the area. Once you’ve finished exploring the sandy bluffs and long stretches of sand, head to Pelican Plaza, where, every day at 3.30pm, a large crowd of hungry pelicans assembles to eat whole fresh fish in a tradition that’s more than 20 years old. It started when staff at the local fish shop began feeding scraps to birds at the end of each day. Today, Pelican Plaza – a specially built section of Memorial Park – is a well-loved spot where visitors and locals get close to these unusual-looking Australian birds. The Entrance is just over half an hour drive north from Bells at Killcare and Bouddi National Park.

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