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Anthony Carlile

Central Coast

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An hour or 2 north of Sydney will find you on the "central coast" and area of beautiful beaches, natural wonders, and very few tourists. Here you will mix with the locals and see some amazing places.

Avoca Beach

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Avoca Beach

Situated in a quiet no through road area, itís wooded hills and white-sandy beaches are a popular destination Avoca Beach is predominately a surfing beach for the wealthier Sydney residents.  

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Avoca Beach

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Me at Avoca Beach

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Avoca Beach

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Rocks on Avoca Beach

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Me at Avoca

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Avoca

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Avoca 

The Entrance

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The Entrance

The Entrance is located on the NSW Central Coast where Tuggerah Lake meets the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular holiday destination for people from Sydney and Newcastle, but is not a place you will find many travellers.

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Pelicans at The Entrance

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Me at The Entrance

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The Entrance

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Me at The Entrance

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Me at The Entrance

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Pelicans at the Entrance 

Terrigal

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Terrigal

Terrigal is another major suburb on the central coast near Gosford. It's popular with locals for its long beach.

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Terrigal

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Terrigal

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Terrigal

Brisbane Waters

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Brisbane Waters

Brisbane waters is a picturesque river on the central coast with strong aboriginal ties. Contained within Brisbane Water is St Huberts Island, Rileys Island, and Pelican Island; and adjoining the estuary is Brisbane Water National Park to the west and Bouddi National Park to the east. 

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Brisbane Waters

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Brisbane Waters

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Me Fishing on Brisbane Waters

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Brisbane Waters

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Fishing on Brisbane Waters

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Me "Marooned" on Brisbane Waters 

Somersby Falls

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Somersby Falls

Somersby Falls is a series of attractive cascading waterfalls situated near Gosford on the Central Coast of New South Wales.  

It is a beautiful place to spend a day, with lots of waterfalls to see, and as you are out in the wild a little bit more there is also extensive wildlife to encounter. 

Australian Reptile Park

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Giant Tortoise

Although it's not as famous as Australia Zoo in Brisbane (made famous by the late great Steve Irwin of course), this zoo is an excellent day out, where you can get pretty up close and personal with the amazing wildlife that Australia has to offer - with the added bonus of less tourists! 

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Me with a Kangaroo

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Crocodile at Australia Reptile Park

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Tasmanian Devil

Tuggerah Lake

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Tuggerah Lake

Tuggerah Lake is another of the many bodies of water in the Central Coast area. Locals with boats are commonly found here, as is a lot of fishing. 

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On a boat on Tuggerah Lake

Nora Heads

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Nora Heads

Norah Head, originally known as Bungaree Noragh Point, is a headland on the Central Coast, south of Newcastle and north of Sydney. The nearest town is Toukley. The place is home to a lighthouse with scenic views, and is a beautiful day out if you get the chance to visit.

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Nora Heads

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Nora Heads

Patonga

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Patonga

Patonga is a small and semi-isolated riverside community occupying a one kilometre long sandy spit projecting from the rocky and elevated headland of the Brisbane Water National Park to the north.  

It's a beautiful place for a day out, with its isolation adding to its appeal.

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Me at Patonga

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Patonga

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