Blue, white and green combine on New South Wales’ Central Coast where sand, sea, sky and bush come together in a seamless fusion. A stay on the Central Coast recalls the simpler days of seaside holidays with uncluttered spaces and pure white light. Close enough to Sydney for an intimate rendezvous, or an easy long weekend getaway, if your idea of perfection is relaxing in a wicker chair beside a pellucid infinity pool surrounded by tranquil forests, then you will find everything you are looking for in a boutique hotel escape on the Central Coast.
Up here, even a quick snack can be an adventure. Quirky eateries such as The Glass Onion Society and The Cheeky Dog abound on the Central Coast. You can sample the freshest seafood at Rick Stein joint, or swap yarns over an afternoon beer with the old salts at backwater marina tucked away among the coves and inlets fretted into the coastline. You can slide down the sand in a wilderness of dunes, paddle up a quiet river, or just take a stroll down to a local jetty to watch the day end on some big, languid bay, with the warm sea lapping the timbers and fishing boats coming home in the sunset.
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