About Central Coast
Just north of Sydney, the New South Wales central coast is a place of expansive beaches, pristine national parks and native wildlife sanctuaries. From surfing Avoca Bay and exploring the estuaries of the Hawkesbury-Nepean River to walking the boardwalk at The Entrance, this region is a water-lovers dream. The super scenic eight kilometre Bouddi Coastal Walk, running from Putty Beach to MacMasters Beach, offers incredible views of the unique landscape. And maybe even a few whale sightings at Gerrin Point if you’re extra lucky. Whether you fancy staying at Wamberal or Woy Woy, Pearl Beach or Patonga, there’s a Riparide escape waiting for you.