Central Coast Council


Upgrade for Bushlands Reserve

Following collaboration with Central Coast Council to identify a local playground for an upgrade, Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch has announced Bushlands Reserve in Springfield will receive a $50,000 revamp….





Rockfall at Terrigal Boardwalk

An area at the eastern end of Terrigal Boardwalk has been fenced off following a rockfall. Central Coast Council was notified on Friday, February 16, of a minor rockfall which…


Men’s Table to launch at Doyalson

Central Coast Council, Central Coast Primary Health Network and the national men’s mental health and suicide prevention charity, The Men’s Table, are set to launch their fourth Central Coast table…



Money available for greenspace programs

Central Coast Council has welcomed an announcement that the State Government has made $3.25M available to select councils, including ours, for open space projects to improve liveability. Councils in Greater…



Enforce covenents to save beach, says SOS

Wamberal Save Our Sand (SOS) has uncovered covenants and indemnities that commit Wamberal beachfront property owners to undertake perpetual frontal dune restoration after storms – at their expense. The deeds…


Council’s latest DA briefs

Forward planning for air show An application has been lodged with Central Coast Council for Paul Bennet Airshows to continue staging the annual air show at Central Coast Airport at…


Upgrade for Wamberal playspace

Central Coast Council is set to receive $60,000 towards the renewal of the Wamberal Memorial Hall playground thanks to the NSW Government as part of the $37.2M Local Small Commitments…


Upgrades for 10 playspaces

Ten locations across the Central Coast are receiving playspace upgrades, making way for improved and accessible play areas. Upgrades totalling $1.1M began in February and are estimated to be complete…






Dogs Day Out set to return

Central Coast Council’s annual Dogs Day Out event will return on Saturday, February 24, offering fun for not only dogs and their owners, but the whole community. Now in its…


Battle over seawall continues

The Save Our Sand (SOS) group has accused Central Coast Council Administrator Rik Hart of exaggerating cost estimates for sand nourishment at Wamberal beach. The group says coastal engineer Angus…