AUTUMN 2021

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13 OF THE BEST UNSPOILT AND SECLUDED BEACHES ON THE CENTRAL COAST

Who better to intimately know the very best of the Central Coast’s most secluded beaches than Reed Plummer the man who has spent the last six years visiting them in their many moods to photograph them from on high. Here are his favourite spots.

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MOONEE BEACH WALKING TRAIL MUNMORAH STATE CONSERVATION AREA

From bushland to turquoise sea

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MUNMORAH SEA CAVES

PHOTOS BY STEVE PASSLOW.
The ruggedly beautiful sea caves at Ghosties Beach and Snapper Point are jealously guarded by the elements.

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MILLION-STAR RATING FOR GLAMPING ON THE CENTRAL COAST.

If you think camping is not quite for you: love the escapism and adventure of the outdoors but hate roughing it, then think glamping.

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THE CENTRAL COAST COULD BECOME A MAJOR WILD HABITAT FOR KOALAS

‘I would like to see the Central Coast established as the largest natural koala sanctuary in the world,’ Jake Cassar says. ‘We have all the right trees here to offer new homes to koalas from fire-ravaged areas.’

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10 FREE FUN THINGS TO DO ON THE CENTRAL COAST

The Central Coast is blessed with 87 km of coastline, numerous national parks and state forests, inspiring foodies and creative artists. Each of these brings a wealth of experiences to enjoy — many of them free.

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WYRRABALONG COAST WALKING TRACK

‘We found ourselves in a beautiful sandy bay sheltered by high projecting headlands, against whose rocky sides the waves were dashing violently … gradually ascending, we reached the summit of Wyrrabalong, one of the highest among the headlands of this coast.’ MRS FELTON MATHEW, 1834.

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WYRRABALONG COAST WALKING TRACK

‘We found ourselves in a beautiful sandy bay sheltered by high projecting headlands, against whose rocky sides the waves were dashing violently … gradually ascending, we reached the summit of Wyrrabalong, one of the highest among the headlands of this coast.’ MRS FELTON MATHEW, 1834.

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