Splash about at the water play park. Experience sensory art play, or let kids — from tots to teens — try their hand at being a mini Picasso. Forage, pluck and pick your own fruit, flowers or veges. Kick a ball, kick a goal. There’s lots of summer fun to keep the kids amused.
Flabby arms, bingo wings, flibberty-bits, saggy bottoms and turkey necks might be gravity’s cruel revenge as we reach ‘a certain age’, but there are things you can do to thumb your nose at gravity.
If you think camping is not quite for you: love the escapism and adventure of the outdoors but hate roughing it, then think glamping.
It may come as a surprise that so many of the Central Coast’s beaches are pooch friendly — a welcome change from the big smoke where it’s almost impossible to find one major beach that allows our four-legged family members to join in when the family heads to the beach.