6 unique experiences on the Central Coast

6 unique experiences on the Central Coast
6 unique experiences on the Central Coast

6 unique experiences on the Central Coast

Published on 27 May 2019

From coast to country, there are many unique things to see and do on the Central Coast. Here are six unique experiences to explore during your next visit.

Take the little ones on a Grace Springs Farm Tour

A trip with the kids to Grace Springs Farm is a must during your next getaway to the Central Coast. The kids can help tending to the farm animals which provides them with a glimpse into everyday farm life. They will even be able to cuddle the chooks and pat a calf. This is a great hands-on experience giving the kids an informative and interactive experience. Bookings are essential.

For more information, visit the Grace Springs Farm website.

Indulge in gelato, gin and coffee at Bar Botanica

Bar Botanica is quite the unique experience. The new café bar at Erina is housed in a 1970’s mud-brick hut with a stunning new interior fi-out and is set amongst the tranquil garden oasis at Distillery Botanica. The menu features simple garden to plate dishes and gelato flavours produced with flowers and botanicals picked from the onsite gardens.

For more information, visit the Bar Botanica website.

Explore incredible marine wilderness on a Broken Bay Pearl Farm Tour

Immerse yourself into the story of locally grown pearls by joining the Broken Bay Pearl Farm Tour. Board a 10 metre catamaran and explore the thriving marine ecosystem where these beautiful pearls are farmed. At the end of the tour, you can join a hands-on session of pearl harvesting.

For more information, visit the Broken Bay Pearls website.

Enjoy a stay at the beautifully restored Old School Luxury Beach House

Book a stay at the beautifully restored Old School Luxury Beach House. This popular holiday property is the perfect barefoot luxury retreat to share with family and friends, and offers total privacy and clifftop views of the Pacific Ocean and Copacabana Beach. The house sleeps 13 people comfortably and has a perfect play space for the kids.

For more information, visit the George Brand Holiday Accommodation website.

Treat your sweet tooth at The Marshmallow Co.

A visit to The Marshmallow Co. dessert bar in Wyong will certainly satisfy your sweet tooth. There are 25 flavours in the gourmet marshmallow range which are super soft and fluffy. The dessert bar menu features s’mores, cheesecake, waffles, coffees and shakes with a marshmallowy twist. The best part is, they are open until late on Friday and Saturday nights.

For more information, visit The Marshmallow Co. website.

Unleash during a drumming class at the Rhythm Hut

The Rhythm Hut is a thriving arts, music and cultural event space in Gosford. During the school terms, the Rhythm Hut offers drumming and other classes. Learn Djembe, Taiko, Didgeridoo, Tribal Dance or the Ukulele. Not too keen to join a class? Why not checkout The Rhythm Hut’s calendar of events for upcoming live music events and workshops?

For more information, visit The Rhythm Hut website.

Article written by:
Central Coast Council
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