Public services

Public services

Public services
Free Wifi

Many public and private businesses offer free Wifi across the Central Coast. If you are exploring the region for work or leisure and need to stay connected, you may wish to try:


Free Wi-Fi is also available at many stations along the Central Coast trainline between Hornsby and Wyong, including:

  • Asquith
  • Berowra
  • Cowan
  • Gosford
  • Hawkesbury River
  • Hornsby
  • Koolewong
  • Lisarow
  • Mount Colah
  • Mount Kuring-Gai
  • Narara, Niagarah Park
  • Ourimbah, Point Clare
  • Tascott
  • Tuggerah
  • Wondabyne
  • Woy Woy
  • Wyong
Public Bikes

Make your journey an eco-friendly one by reducing your carbon footprint and travelling from A to B on shared pathways - see our latest guide to cycling the Central Coast here. You'll find the Coast is home to bike hire, recreational cycling, and group ride services including:


For Cycleway Maps of the area visit the RMS website or call 1800 060 607.

For those who wish to visit the Central Coast via the Northern Beaches of Sydney, be sure to take the picturesque Palm Beach Ferry Service and load your bicycle to the back of the ferry (surcharge may apply).

The Central Coast Ferry Service operates 7 days a week (except Christmas & Boxing Day) between Woy Woy - Saratoga - Davistown - Empire Bay and provides a service to Davistown RSL. The historic Cockatoo Ferry operates between Woy Woy - Saratoga - Hardys Bay - Wagstaff - Ettalong. 

Public Hospitals

This information is intended for general reference purposes only. Please contact the hospital directly to confirm their public services available. If you're experiencing an emergency - dial 000 immediately.

Wyong Public Hospital

Phone: (02) 4394 8000

Address: Pacific Highway Hamlyn Terrace NSW 2263

Woy Woy Public Hospital

Phone: 02 4344 8444

Address: 7 Kathleen Street, Woy Woy, NSW 2256

Gosford Public Hospital

Phone: (02) 4320 2111

Street Address: Holden Street, Gosford, NSW 2250

Public Toilets

There are many public amenities across the Central Coast region, including in public parks, reserves, beaches and popular tourist sites.

To find a public toilet near you, either use Google Maps to search 'public toilets near me' keywords, or take a look at the National Public Toilet Map for  a list of public toilets in your area.