Tourism


Peninsula tourism looking forward to nature

Three local tourism operators on the Peninsula will have the opportunity to become ECO Destination certified to help boost the local tourism sector when COVID restrictions ease. Ettalong Beach’s Bombora…



Glenworth Valley to host eco-tourism forum

Tourism business operators on the Coast are invited to an Ecotourism Morning Tea at Glenworth Valley on Friday, May 28. In partnership with Ecotourism Australia, Destination Central Coast will outline…



Consistent revenue flow over December

Christmas 2020 was a difficult time for many Peninsula residents, but retail, clubs and hospitality venues still maintained a consistent revenue flow over the December period. Ettalong Diggers CEO Bill…





Holiday long weekend boom

It was a busy long weekend across the Central Coast as tourists flocked in from Sydney and further afield. Hotspots such as Terrigal, The Entrance and Killcare all saw an…








World record giant pelican motion succeeds

Australia’s list of ‘Big Things’ could soon have a new addition after Central Coast Council voted in support of Councillor Bruce McLachlan’s motion for a giant pelican for The Entrance,…


Tourism services contract extended

“A one year extension of Council’s current tourism services contract will enable a continued focus on growing tourism value for the Coast”, Mayor Jane Smith said. Council commenced a two…