Woy Woy

Welcome to Woy Woy.

Woy Woy is a quiet and accessible fishing town on the Central Coast NSW. There are endless opportunities of things to do in and around Woy Woy including golfing, boating, swimming, fishing and exploring the surrounding waterways and national parks with a range of tours including fishing charters and ferry services. With its beautiful scenery and relaxed seaside charm, Woy Woy makes a popular destination with holidaymakers, being on 90 minutes drive north of Sydney CBD.

Visit the popular attraction of Fisherman’s Wharf where you will find the bustling takeaway shop and restaurant boasting fresh local seafood. There’s also entertainment for the kids with a playground and daily pelican feeding or enjoy a stroll or picnic on the waterfront reserve which boasts picnic facilities, boat ramps, tidal baths and formal gardens in War Memorial Park. Deepwater Shopping Plaza is located in the heart of Woy Woy with over 40 specialty stores, alternatively for a unique experience visit Gnostic Corner  for new age gifts and readings, delicious healthy food, natural healing and yoga classes. Public transport is never an issue with Woy Woy Train Station featuring bus links and a taxi service terminal.


Directory: Things to do in Woy Woy

The Bayview Hotel (2 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy 2256) 4344 1188

The Cockatoo Ferry (3 Monnah Ave, Woy Woy 2256) 4363 1311

Cook & Co Eatery (10/48 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy) 4344 6679

Deepwater Plaza (Railway Street, Woy Woy 2256) 4379 9999

Deepwater Surf Shop  (50 Railway St, Woy Woy)

Drom Clothing (2/8 Chambers Pl, Woy Woy)

Ela Mesa Cafe Restaurant (18-22 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy) 4339 7344

Everglades Country Club (Dunban Rd, Woy Woy) 4341 1866

Fudge Monkey Patisserie (5/35-39 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy)

Gnostic Corner ( Gnostic Forest, Woy Woy 2256) 4344 5251

KB Thai (1/115 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy) 4341 0441

Made’ Brus Mexican Restaurant & Bar (Level 1/11-13 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy) 4341 8495

Pelicans Restaurant (33-39 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy) 4341 1228

Peninsula Leisure Centre (243 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy 2256) 4325 8123

The Red Lime Cafe 4/115 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy)

Shop 55 Vintage Clothing (1/81 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy)

Sit O’Clock Thai Restaurant (11 Rawson Rd, Woy Woy 2256) 4341 1226

Woy Woy Bowling Club (186 Brick Wharf Rd, Woy Woy) 4341 7598

Woy Woy Fishermans Wharf Restaurant (The Boulevarde, Woy Woy 2256) 4341 1171

Woy Woy Hotel (33 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy) 4341 1013

Woy Woy Leagues Club (90 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy 2256) 4342 3366

Woy Woy Tennis Club (Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy) 0425 203 252


Featured Woy Woy Accommodation

Jetty View


Location, location! This tidy holiday home with tasteful decor is positioned along Woy Woy’s peaceful waterfront reserve.

Boathouse Waterfront


Indulge and rejuvenate in this stunning waterfront sanctuary with amazing sea vista and seamless indoor/outdoor living.

Sparkling Waters


Breathtaking views aplenty from this fully renovated absolute waterfront home with boat ramp and shared jetty access.

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Booker Bay

Welcome to Booker Bay.

Booker Bay is situated in the Woy Woy Peninsula on NSW’s Central Coast. Staying in Booker Bay gives you access to a picturesque coastal village of Ettalong Beach situated beside the popular Brisbane Waters. Located south-east of Woy Woy, this lazy fishing town is located about 80 kilometres north of Sydney and forms part of the Gosford Shire. Accessible from Sydney and Newcastle via the M1 motorway (formerly F3), Booker Bay is a short drive to Woy Woy railway station. Ettalong Beach is the sister suburb of Booker Bay with both towns originally occupied by the Dharruk and Darkinjung Indigenous communities. European settlers soon discovered the area shortly after settling in Botany Bay.

Retaining the historic charm of a once thriving fishing and boat building community, arts and crafts and good food are popular in the community as well as Ettalong’s Cinema Paradiso theatre. Ettalong Beach is only minutes away which is home to a variety of cafes, restaurants, home wares stores and more. For those who love the beach, Ocean and Umina Beaches are close by and surfers can enjoy the famous local beach known as Box. The local wharf has regular ferry services travelling between Ettalong, Wagstaffe and Palm Beach.

While the area is a popular holiday destination for tourists, much of the population is made up of permanent residents. Take a walk along the foreshore and gorgeous beaches and you’ll soon discover the locals – they’re the ones who look relaxed!

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Directory: Things to do in Booker Bay

Anderson’s Boatshed Boat Hire (3a Pettit St, Booker Bay 2257) 4341 3219

Booker Bay General Store (72 Booker Bay Rd, Booker Bay 2257) 4341 7440

Central Coast Fishing Charters (12 Telopea St, Booker Bay 2257) 0427 665 544


Featured Booker Bay Accommodation


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Exceptional beachside living could be yours! This ultimate designer home was built with lifestyle and decadence in mind.

Beauty by the Bay


Enjoy spacious living and brilliant sunrises at Beauty By The Bay. Set along the water’s edge with amazing water views.

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Welcome to Copacabana.

In early European settlement days, Copacabana was originally named Tudibaring, an Aboriginal word meaning ‘place where the waves pound like a beating heart’. To add confusion, the seaside town was also known as Allagai, Judi Barn, Kincumber and Macs until 1954 when Gosford City Council granted permission to name the town Copacabana after the famous beach in Brazil. A popular surfing and swimming beach, Copacabana is situated at the northern end of Macmasters Beach, the two beaches divided by Cochrone Lagoon.

Copacabana is home to a Surf Life Saving Club and the beach is patrolled with people urged to swim between the flags. From late May to early August, humpback whales can be seen frolicking in the waters as they migrate to warmer water. Copacabana features a small shopping strip featuring cafes, bakery, newsagent and chemist. Situated only 90 minutes drive north of Sydney CBD.


Directory: Things to do in Copacabana

Allagai Bay Café (4/202 Del Monte Pl, Copacabana 2251) 4382 6120

Copacabana Newsagency (206 Del Monte Pl, Copacabana 2251) 4382 2442

Copacabana Surf Life Saving Club / Bar Copa (Del Monte Pl, Copacabana 2251)

Copaccino’s Café (216 Del Monte Pl, Copacabana 2251) 4382 6100

Luca’s Chemist (Shop 3/202 Del Monte Pl, Copacabana 2251) 4308 6600

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Featured Copacabana Accommodation


Oceanfront House


Perched high up on the cliff to catch the cool ocean breezes this sunbathed home has been designed with family holidays in mind.

Surf on Copa


Located directly opposite Copacabana beach entrance, and beside the shopping village, Surf on Copa is the quintessential holiday home for families to create wonderful memories.


Seaside Sanctuary @ Kopakawana

This is one of the Central Coast’s hidden gems, with 180-degree ocean views across to Sydney’s city skyline.

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Blue Bay

Welcome to Blue Bay.

Tucked between The Entrance and Toowoon Bay, Blue Bay is located on a peninsula between Tuggerah Lake and the Pacific Ocean. Named after the calm blue water that graces its 250 metre long shoreline, Blue Bay is one of the Central Coast’s best kept secrets. This small seaside town is perfect for families thanks to its gentle beach with small surf. The bays attract bream and whiting, while the rocks are fished for luderick, blackfish and mulloway. A popular place for stand up paddle boarding, Blue Bay beach is only a two minute walk along the sand to patrolled Toowoon Bay beach which also offers a children’s park and picnic area. Blue Bay is also just a short walk to Toowoon Bay cafes and The Entrance Surf Life Saving Club. Apart of the Wyong Shire Council, Blue Bay is only 90 minutes drive north of Sydney CBD.


Directory: Things to do in Blue Bay

Ocean Restaurant (102 Ocean Pde, Blue Bay 2261) 02 4334 4600

Featured Blue Bay Accommodation

Waves at Blue Bay


Generous in its proportions, this impeccably styled absolute beachfront with 180-degree ocean views is perfectly positioned.

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Avalon Beach

Welcome to Avalon Beach.

Avalon Beach is a much loved coastal suburb set along Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches in New South Wales. Named after a legendary island which meant ‘earthly paradise’, this luxurious seaside town is ideal for surfing and swimming. Avalon is a thriving and bustling cultural hub where you will find an array of cafes, restaurants, bars and shops, all offering a coastal, relaxed atmosphere.

Avalon Beach itself has a 25-metre saltwater rock pool at the south end of the beach. Surf Life Savers patrol the beach during the summer months. If golf is your thing then Avalon Golf Course is a must with its fantastic sweeping views overlooking clear blue waters. For those who love to explore, try the Bangalley Headland Walk which starts at Whale Beach Rd and ends at Marine Pde.

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Directory: Things to do in Avalon Beach

Avalon Beach SLSC (Avalon Beach, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 3298

Avalon Beach Rockpool (south-end of Avalon Beach)

Avalon Chinese Restaurant (6/74 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 6319

Avalon Golf Course (32 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2017) 02 9918 2606

Cafe Ibiza (47 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 3965

Chelsea Tea House (2/48 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2107) 02 9973 3090

ChillBar (74 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 4445

Clareville Kiosk (27 Delecta Ave, Clareville Beach, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 2727

Dunbar Park & Playground (Old Barrenjoey Road Next to Avalon Recreation Centre)

Franks Bar (10/20 Avalon Pde, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 0999

Le Boulevard French Restaurant (40 Avalon Pde, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 8933

Sky Thai (21 Avalon Pde, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 3605

Starfish Cafe Avalon (23 Avalon Pde, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 2077

Swell Café (Shop 3 /74 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon 2107) 02 9918 5678

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Featured Avalon Accommodation


Barefoot Beach House

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Nestled in a tranquil tree-lined street, this immaculate modern house is in a peaceful location. A short drive to beaches.

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Welcome to Narrabeen.

Narrabeen is located on Sydney’s popular Northern Beaches in New South Wales. With over three kilometres of sand, stretching from Long Reef in the south to the entrance of Narrabeen lagoon in the North, Narrabeen has magnificent coastline views and beaches. This pristine town is regarded as an iconic Australian surfing beach and is a popular destination for Sydney’s surfers. And if you follow rugby league Narrabeen is home to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Rugby League Club who train here at The Sydney Institute of Sport .

Settlement in this seaside town dates back to 1815, and by the mid 1800’s Narrabeen was already a firm favourite holiday destination for those living close to Sydney’s centre. Visitors were drawn not only to Narrabeen’s stunning beaches but also its tranquil lakes.

Nowadays Narrabeen is home to a great array of restaurants and cafes, most with views of the ocean and lake.


Directory: Things to do in Narrabeen

Barbuto Restaurant (Shop 5/16 Ocean St, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9970 6171

Berry Reserve Playground – North end (Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen 2101 – near the Tramshed)

Collaroy Surf Life Saving Club  02 9971 6633

H20 Café Restaurant (Shop 3/1431 Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9913 1360

Illie Home & Gift / Cafe (1329 Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen 2101) 02 8002 1848

Lakeside Thai Cuisine (Shop 2/1425 Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen, 2101) 02 9970 6766

Limani Seafood Restaurant (Upper Level, 11 Narrabeen St, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9970 1999

Narrabeen Beach Surf Life Saving Club (Cnr Albert St & Ocean St, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9913 7616

North Narrabeen Surf Life Saving Club (2 Malcolm St, Narrabeen, 2101) 02 9913 8810

South Narrabeen Surf Life Saving Club (200 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9971 1355

Terrazza Beach Kiosk (200 Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen 2101)

The Boatshed Café and Bar (Lower Level, 11 Narrabeen St, Narrabeen 2101) 02 9913 8938

Wheeler Park – on the Lagoon (Lakeside Road, Narrabeen 2101)

Featured Narrabeen Accommodation



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Arguably one of the finest absolute beachfront positions in Narrabeen on the Northern Beaches, Lomalagi is a stunning holiday escape with everything you could possibly imagine.

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Welcome to Narraweena.

Narraweena is located in a suburb north of Sydney on the idyllic Northern Beaches, New South Wales. Narraweena is an Aboriginal name meaning ‘a quiet place in the hills’. After World War II the suburb developed when the land was subdivided. Situated just minutes to popular Dee Why beach, cafes, restaurants and public transport, Narraweena was built around a ridge with wonderful views over Dee Why and Long Reef beaches as well as the Garigal Forest.


Directory: Things to do in Narraweena

Narraweena Pizza, Pide and Kebab House (Shop 60 May Rd, Narraweena 2099) 02 9984 1777

Say Yes Thai Cuisine (68 May Rd, Narraweena 2099) 02 9971 5527

Valentine Woodfire Pizza & Cafe (161 Alfred St, Narraweena 2099)  02 9971 6425

Featured Narraweena Accommodation

Tranquility on Alkira


The perfect place to enjoy a summer escape, this retreat in Narraweena on the Northern Beaches rests along the enchanted Towradgi Creek Reserve. Central location, tranquil setting.

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Hardys Bay / Killcare

Welcome to Hardys Bay & Killcare.

Down in the Bouddi Peninsula lies two of the Central Coast’s most exclusive towns, Killcare and Hardys Bay. Loved for their private, secluded location, these picturesque towns are a cosmopolitan retreat for celebrities and the affluential. Named after Harry Hardy, a local vineyard owner who sold wine to local residents, Hardys Bay is home to a small array of cafes, restaurants, boutique stores, RSL club and marina. After British settlement the area was established as a fishing and farming community. The name Killcare seems to hail from early last century as “killing one’s cares”. These quiet residential seaside village is a short drive to neighbouring towns such as Wagstaff and Pretty Beach, and just ten minutes drive to Booker Bay, Ettalong Beach and Umina Beach.

Protected from high winds, Hardys Bay has long been regarded as a fishing resort for the serious and recreational fisherman and boating in the postcard perfect bay is a must. Surrounded by natural beauty, Hardys Bay and Killcare are within close proximity to Putty Beach, Tallow Beach and Bouddi National Park where visitors can take the walking track to Box Head. The Cockatoo Ferry runs to Hardys Bay Wharf seven days a week. Avid surfers and beach-goers will love Killcare Beach as well as Putty Beach which is tucked away in the Bouddi National Park.

Killcare and Hardys Bay look over the Brisbane Waters across to Booker Bay. Prior to European settlement, Aboriginals from the coastal Guringai (Ku-ring-gai) tribe occupied Hardys Bay and its surrounds. Evidence of their existence in the area can be seen via rock carvings scattered through the town.

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Directory: Things to do in Hardys Bay / Killcare

Hardys Bay Wharf 

Killcare Beach (Beach Rd, Killcare 2257)

Bay Beauty Escape (3/1 Killcare Rd, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 2722

Bouddi Gallery (5/1 Killcare Rd, Killcare 2257) 0419 287 994

Garden 2 Plate (58 Araluen Dr, Hardys Bay) 4360 2364

Hardys Bay Club (14 Heath Road, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 1072‎

Hardys Bay Yacht Charters (Cnr Killcare Rd and Araluen Drive, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 1442

Hardy’s Bistro & Cafe (54 Araluen Dr, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 1667

Manfredi at Bells Restaurant (107 The Scenic Rd, Killcare Heights 2257) 4349 7000

Moochinside Homewares & Lifestyle (1/1 Killcare Rd, Killcare 2257) 4360 2257

The Fat Goose Café (Shop 3 Killcare Rd, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 1888

The View Hardys Bay Woodfired Pizza (58 Araluen Dr, Hardys Bay) 0421 682 039

Yum Yum Dining (60 Araluen Dr, Hardys Bay 2257) 4360 2999


Featured Hardys Bay / Killcare Accommodation

Summer View

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Summer View is an idyllic holiday sanctuary with old fashioned touches throughout. Beautifully presented, stunning older style house gazes out to panoramic views of Hardy’s Bay.

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Welcome to Patonga.

Patonga accommodation puts you in the tranquil ‘sleepy fishing village’, Patonga is the southernmost beach on the Central Coast. Upon entering this tranquil bayside town, to the north you will find the local boat ramp with fishing boats anchored just off the beach. Patonga Beach is in pristine condition in every sense of the word. The beach is unpatrolled but due to the calm waters, Patonga accommodation provides a great place for families to swim, play or have a picnic.

Patonga Inlet lies at the southern end of the beach and is popular with families who have children in tow, while Patonga Creek is ideal for exploring, with interesting estuarine mudflats that are brimming with marine life. Patonga is an angler’s paradise, whether it’s dropping a line in off the wharf or boating out into the expansive waters of the Hawkesbury River or Broken Bay. Follow the northern bank around to the local caravan and camping park – Patonga Camping Area. Facilities include electric BBQ’s, amenities block, boat ramp and tennis courts for hire.

Bordering the town is the beauty of the Brisbane Waters National Park. This expansive reserve borders the Hawkesbury River and contains scenic sandstone landscapes and Aboriginal rock art. The park is an ideal spot for bushwalking and bird watching and offers terrific, sweeping lookouts, particularly from Staples Lookout and closer to town, from Warrah Lookout.

Located opposite Patonga wharf is Patonga Fish and Chip shop, General Store, and Patonga Beach Hotel which offers an extensive beer and wine selection, great outdoor beer garden and delicious seafood platters, direct from the hotel’s own fishing trawler.

Directory: Things to do in Patonga

Patonga Beach Hotel (6-8 Patonga Drive, Patonga 2257) 4379 1111

Patonga Beach Seafoods (10 Patonga Dr, Patonga) 4379 1110

Patonga Blues Music Festival (Patonga Broken Bay Sport & Recreation Club)


Featured Patonga Accommodation

Jacaranda Corner

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Enjoy the tranquility at Jacaranda Corner, a peaceful, sunny retreat. This upgraded house offers a great family holiday.

Patonga Retreat

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Patonga Retreat is a modern apartment featuring tasteful furnishings. A wonderful pet-friendly home for family stays.

Four Knots

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Perfect pet friendly family holiday home with air conditioning, grassed yard and games room. Walk to Patonga waterfront.


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Empire Bay

Empire Bay

Welcome to Empire Bay.

Empire Bay accommodation gives you access to a popular coastal town on the Central Coast, NSW. This peaceful seaside town was not always known as Empire Bay – originally named Sorrento, after a local boarding school. It was only officially named Empire Bay in 1908 when a Postal Receiving Office was built in town and to avoid confusion with a town in Victoria with the same name, Sorrento became known as Empire Bay. The name is said to have been chosen at the time because there was no such town name in the Commonwealth region.

Located on the Bouddi Peninsula, Empire Bay is nearby popular tourist towns Ettalong Beach, Umina Beach and Woy Woy which offer plenty of leisurely activities for all occasions. Empire Bay Tavern is a popular place for locals and tourists as it offers great food, beverage and entertainment for friends and families alike. It also offers a courtesy bus back to your doorstep.

Ferry services regularly run from Empire Bay to Saratoga and Davistown. Take a short drive to Terrigal and Avoca Beach for surfing beaches and authentic cuisines such as Thai, Malaysian, Greek, Indian and seafood, of course.

Bouddi National Park is just moments away. This popular national park extends into the sea creating fully protected land, shore and marine habitats. It contains a series of small secluded beaches making it ideal for bushwalking, picnics, fishing, swimming and relation and privacy. Empire Bay is approximately 90 minutes drive to Sydney and Newcastle.

Directory: Things to do in Empire Bay

Empire Bay Marina (Public Wharf, Empire Bay 2257) 4369 1800

Empire Bay Tavern (1 Poole Cl, Empire Bay 2257) 4369 5840

Impact Plants Nursery & Cafe (9 Poole St, Empire Bay 2257) 4369 1422

Featured Empire Bay Accommodation


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Commanding 90-degree views, boat ramp and a relaxed Balinese theme, this waterfront sanctuary is truly tranquil.

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