Choc a block on the Central Coast

This is one you can really sink your teeth into where there’s choc on every block. Some of the yummiest places on the Central Coast keeping it sweet down the street. Take a tour, see how it’s made and sample some of the finest chocolate in the state. So little time. So much chocolate.


Hit the factory floor of some of Australia’s most famed ‘confectionistas’, Nougat Limar, Bon Bon Fine Chocolate and The Sydney Marshmallow Co. Get a guided tour, see how it’s all made and get a taste afterwards with a nice cup of hot chocolate. The kids can also get a go in the Junior Chocolatiers Workshop.

Factory Central Coast is open Wednesday – Sunday: 9:00am – 4pm. Guided tours and junior workshops available. Book your tour now

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Fudge Monkey


Luka Chocolates brings the best of Belgian finery to the masterful hand of the Australian artisan. Combining a blend of premium couverture with locally sourced ingredients including fresh cream, organic honey, 100% pure fruit juices, nuts, fruits and spices, Luka creates some of the Coast’s most unique treats.


Fudge Monkey is the yummy brainchild of two busy execs wanting out of the corporate life and into one they could both love and enjoy. With a talent for making sweet things for friends, Fudge Monkey was founded. Drop in for a little decadence in the Woy Woy store where you’ll find 32 Flavours of Fudge, Milkshakes, Thickshakes and Vegan Milkshakes and 20 Flavours of Gelato.


No one makes it like Max Brenner. It’s chocolate beyond, a culture of its own and a full sensory experience crafted with years of know-how, delivering decadence like no other. Look out for Max’s at Westfield Tuggerah,


This place makes the ultimate breakfast of chocolate champions. Morning or not, try the Warnies special that tops a stack of pancakes with chocolate and salted caramel sauce, chocolate and salted caramel ice cream, a little more cream for good measure with a generous scattering of strawberries, honeycomb and Nutella. You can find Warnie’s Railway Café right next door to Warnervale Railway Station