The name 'Kincumba' is said to be an indigenous word meaning 'towards the rising sun'.
Kincumba Mountain Reserve is one of the largest preserved rainforests on the Central Coast. The 700ha site is a mixture of rugged terrain with a designated picnic area at Honeman's Rock, plus a unique mud-brick building established in 1985 - Kincumba Mountain Kiosk.
Kincumba Mountain Kiosk is managed by Central Coast Council and is used to hold low-key, intimate functions. The public are able to book the kiosk for social events that fit within the guidelines. The large glass windows display the scenic aspect of the site, and the surrounding reserve offers a great expanse of green space for picnics, family bbqs, exercise, games and even small weddings.
Visitors can also explore the reserve’s trails to find caves, palm groves, wildflowers, Aboriginal carvings and axe-grinding grooves. Don’t miss the awesome views from Colin Watters Lookout, a rewarding end to a 2km ascent.