Somersby Gardens, a large Australiana Homestead, is a beautiful private haven set on a secluded 50 acre property, conveniently located less than one hour from Sydney on the Hinterland of the Central Coast...
The Central Coast, to the north of Sydney, is a favourite spot to spend a summer holiday in New South Wales. Accommodation in the Central Coast is plentiful, with tranquil resorts next to the ocean and quiet camping spots along the numerous coastal inlets. So whether you're looking for relaxing summer break or a family camping trip, the Central Coast can accommodate your holiday needs.
Stretching from the Hawkesbury River to the southern reaches of Newcastle, the Central Coast is home to dense bushland and river areas that sit alongside pristine beaches. Summer is undoubtedly the best time to visit the Central Coast, with Gosford and The Entrance being popular beachside holidays, though many smaller coastal towns are perfect for a secluded summer break.
If you're looking to get pampered at beachside resort, then Avoca Beach is the place for you. Brimming with apartment style resort accommodation or beach villas, Avoca is the perfect place to experience gentle surf and gentle service. There is also an array of impressive restaurants and shopping available in the area. The Central Coast also has a number of niche options, with boutique hotels, yoga resorts and eco tours available to travellers of discerning tastes.
The Wyong region, nestled between mountains and the ocean, is another popular area for luxury beachside resorts. With some resorts catering specifically to couples, it is the perfect spot for a summer weekend getaway. Due to its proximity to Tuggerah Lake, Wyong is also a great spot for families and larger groups to have some fun on the water. Comfortable motels are available for the budget conscious, while camping and caravan parks allow you to connect with the bushland and the salt-spray.
No matter how you chose to spend your summer holiday, the Central Coast has accommodation options to suit your needs and budget.