Suburbs A-Z

Avoca Beach is a coastal suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, about 95 kilometres (60 min) north of Sydney. Avoca Beach is primarily a residential suburb but also a popular tourist destination. Avoca Beach village has a variety of restaurants and cafes as well as a post office, newsagent, pharmacy, and mini mart. Avoca Beach also has a historic cinema, a hotel, bowling club, motel, and caravan park. It is located within the City of Gosford local government area.

 

Avoca Beach is only a 15-minute drive to the huge Erina Fair Shopping Plaza and 5-minute drive to Copacabana Beach. There is a park with swings and slides and AquaFun Avoca Lake is home to Australia’s largest selection of modern human-powered pedalboats, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards for hire. If you can’t decide which one to hire, you can try them all with the ‘extra fun’ option. No bookings necessary for casual hire as they have plenty of equipment.

 

From September through April school holidays, the beach is patrolled by our local surf club – remember to always swim between the flags. You are also not far away from Copacabana Beach and the nearby towns of Macmasters Beach and Kincumber are a 5 to 10-minute drive away. All beaches are great for surfing, fishing & snorkelling and many have rock pools for the children.

Copacabana is a small suburb in a great location about 1 hour 20 minutes north of Sydney on the Central Coast between Avoca and Macmasters beaches with useful shops, such as a general store, coffee/take-away shops, chemist, ice cream shop, bottle shop, news agency with post office, hair & beauty salons and restaurants incl. a wood fired pizzeria. 

 

The local mini market also has surf boards for hire. There is a park with swings and slides as well as a skatepark and tennis courts. From September through April school holidays, the beach is patrolled by our local surf club – remember to always swim between the flags. 

You are also only a short stroll away from Macmasters Beach and the nearby towns of Avoca Beach and Kincumber are a 5 to 10-minute drive away. All beaches are great for surfing, fishing & snorkelling and many have rock pools for the children. Get fit walking the hill to Copacabana lookout and read extracts from Captain Cook’s logbook on his travels in the area. Watch the whales pass in whale “season” – June/July.

Macmasters Beach is a south-eastern suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia on the Bouddi Peninsula. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area and it was named after Allan MacMaster who was one of the first Land owners in this area in 1855 after coming to Australia in 1839 from Scotland. 

 

The beach itself is a beautiful natural looking beach with a sheltered rock pool area for kids and the Surf Club kiosk serves up classic lunches with million-dollar views. Macmasters Beach is a popular picnic spot because it’s one of the only ones around with shade. 

 

It’s also on a beautiful site at the foot of Bouddi National Park and the coastal views are not bad either. However, be mindful the easterly wind can blow strong in the afternoon, particularly in summer. If you’re looking for somewhere to swim and picnic with shade, Macmasters is an ideal spot.

Terrigal is an iconic town of the Central Coast, located about 1 hour and 30 minutes north of Sydney, renowned for its pristine beach, lagoon and relaxed seaside vibe. It’s unique shopping strip known as The Esplanade contains different boutiques, home wares, cafes and some of the finest restaurants that the Central Coast has to offer.

 

Fine dining cuisines include Thai, Indian, Italian, Greek, Japanese, French, Mexican and award-winning seafood takeaway shops. Just a short drive away is Erina Fair with all the shopping one could desire as well as a cinema complex, numerous other dining options, and so much more. In addition to its reputation as a top surfing spot, Terrigal offers a wide range of holiday activities, including fishing, swimming, surfing, boating, diving and scenic walks. 

 

Take an easy walk up the Skillion Lookout on Broken Head to grasp panoramic coastal views, or chill & unwind by the lagoon or stunning rockpool that is loved by tourists and locals alike, creating the perfect place for families to spend their day in the sand. End your day strolling Terrigal’s unique shopping strip known as The Esplanade where you’ll find buzzing restaurants, cafes, boutiques, ice cream parlours and rooftop bars.

Wamberal is all about cruisy coastal living and laid-back lifestyle and located about 1 hour 20 minutes north of Sydney in the heart of the Central Coast. Notorious for its beautiful beach, lagoon and waterfront properties the small suburb is Terrigal’s quieter next-door neighbour and home to families of all shapes and sizes. 

 

Wamberal Beach, the suburbs heart, is unspoilt, uncrowded, patrolled and features off-leash dog areas, a rockpool, and views stretching to Terrigal Beach and Forresters Beach. Its residents are warm and friendly and make the most of living by the sea, swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking and relaxing whenever they can; the area called ‘The Bend’ attracts surfers from all over. 

 

Wamberal Lagoon, which sits just behind the northern end of the beach, is ideal for water sports and birdwatching and for the adventure -seekers, the sprawling Wyrrabalong National Park is a few minutes away, perfect for hiking and exploring on weekends. Wamberal Still an easy commute to Sydney, it’s the perfect getaway from the grind.

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