10 reasons to visit the Central Coast this winter
Winter is a great time to visit the Central Coast and now that we are able to travel within NSW again, now is the time to start planning your long-awaited escape. There are many things to do in the beautiful region whilst still being able to practice safe social distancing. Whether you plan to come for a day trip or a weekend getaway, here are 10 reasons to visit the Central Coast this winter.
1. Just an hour’s drive north of Sydney
The Central Coast is just an hour’s drive north of Sydney, whether you want to experience the breathtaking coastline, secluded hinterland or just a hassle-free escape, it is all only an hour away from Sydney.
2. An abundance of beautiful holiday properties
The Central Coast has an abundance of beautiful holiday properties tailored to a variety of needs – luxurious homes, pet-friendly stays, family-friendly properties along with budget-friendly options.
Whether you are looking for a property by the beach, on the waterfront or in the scenic hinterland, Accom Holidays manage an extensive portfolio of homes in the region and will help you find the perfect one for your winter escape.
3. The diverse landscapes of our National Parks
The Central Coast is lucky to have beautiful national parks scattered all over our region which feature a variety of rainforest, heathland, waterfall and sandy beach landscapes that are ideal for hiking, swimming and fishing.
In the north, you will find Munmorah State Conservation Area where you can visit the secluded Frazer Beach and take in the spectacular views from Snapper Point and Wybung Head and Wyrrabalong National Park is another top spot where you can go surfing at Pelican Beach or hike one of the many scenic trails.
In the south, you will find Brisbane Water National Park where you can check out Somersby Falls, hike the Girrakool Loop Track or embark on the Patonga to Pearl Beach Walk to experience some of the region’s most breathtaking views. Another southern gem is Bouddi National Park where the coastal walk will take you from Putty Beach to Macmasters Beach, enjoy its incredible scenery along the way including the turquoise blue waters of Maitland Bay and Little Beach.