Welcoming you to the southern waterways of the Central Coast, Woy Woy is a popular commuter hub and key town centre on The Peninsula. Set between the expansive Brisbane Water National Park on one side, with Pelican Island nature reserve and Brisbane Waters on the other, its location is ideal for wellness experiences, fishing, marine sports, wildlife watching, seafood dining and waterfront living. Fans even describe it as the 'Venice of Australia'.
Photo opportunity: Along the scenic waterfront, from Woy Woy Wharf to Pelican Park, at sunset, you can capture the beautiful waterways of Brisbane Water.
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Woy Woy and its namesake
Woy Woy has a rich and interesting history that boomed in the 1980s when the longest railway tunnel in NSW was built enabling the town centre to become an early popular fishing and tourist resort.
Embrace the great outdoors
Explore the winding waterways that shape the town of Woy Woy on the Central Coast. Kickstart today with a quirky cafe, calm ferry ride, locally inspired picnic, and top it off with a climb up Blackwall Mountain for an epic view. By sundown you’ll be feeling those positive vibes that have locals writing in the hills ‘Woy Woy Wood’.
Explore neighbouring gems
Take a look at what is around the corner from Woy Woy. Woy Woy is connected by road, rail, foreshore and water to surrounding suburbs. It also conveniently sits along the Central Coast’s stretch of trainline connecting to popular stops north including Gosford or south such as Hawkesbury River.
Simple, scenic and social
Today you’re ready to unwind and enjoy the simple pleasures of the Woy Woy life that you’ve come to know over the last few days. It may be your last day on the Coast, but you’re in no hurry to leave. Today’s focus is sinking deeper into the local scene and creating memories you can hold onto until the next time you go coastal.