Wyong - Gosford NSW
The Gateway Cities of Gosford and Wyong are urban districts that fuse together to welcome visitors to the effervescent Central Coast. Gosford City is located on beautiful Brisbane Water, a stunning bay awash with sailing and boating activities. In contrast, Wyong is situated inland with Tuggerah Lakes Estuary just a stone's throw away. In both areas, the ever-present sense of community pride and vitality is evident.
The Gateway Cities are transportation hubs with railway interchanges at Gosford and Wyong including taxi services and bus connections to other areas of the Central Coast. Click here for transport information. A range of conveniently located accommodation is easily accessible throughout the gateway areas.
The Australian Reptile Park is an award winning attraction of the area and is Australia's friendliest hands-on zoo. Get up close and personal to a range of Australian mammals and reptiles for a memorable experience that will be last long after your visit is over.
The magnificent Brisbane Water National Park sits high on the plateau and cascades down to the waters edge. This sandstone-based environment has extensive Aboriginal engraving sites. Mt Penang Gardens showcases the wonderful native Australian landscape.
As you enter the Gateway Cities, you can visit one of two Visitor Information Centres, located on The Avenue at Kariong, and also Mann Street, Gosford.
Westfield Tuggerah is located right on the doorstep of the Tuggerah/Wyong exit. This shopping haven is anchored by David Jones and features over 240 stores and eight theatres, providing an outstanding retail and entertainment experience.
If hitting the green is more your aim, head directly to Wyong for a round or two at Kooindah Waters Golf Course. Inspired by Craig Parry, this par 72 18-hole course provides a challenging experience devised to keep every golfer on their game.
For a serene experience for the senses, take time to relax and rejuvenate at the heavenly day spa located at Mercure Kooindah Waters.