Enjoy a privileged retirement at the Central Coast

A beautiful region of New South Wales, home of pristine shores and lush national parks. A place where it’s easy to enjoy a healthy lifestyle during retirement, making the most of the outdoors, the inclusive community and the quieter pace.

The Central Coast, north of Sydney, has some popular and touristy beaches. The Entrance is a true recreational hub and is located between the ocean and the Tuggerah Lake. If you’re looking forward to enjoying fishing during your retirement, you’ll find a great spot by the calm waters of Ettalong Beach.

The Central Coast is spotted with several charming towns, where you can find restaurants serving fresh seafood and local produce, nice boutique stores and lively markets. Gosford is one of the main commercial hubs in the region.

Senior citizens and retirees are valued and active members of the Central Coast community. The council follows a Positive Ageing Strategy to create an age-friendly environment that supports and empowers older local residents. There are more than 50 centres where seniors can find cultural, social, educational and physical activities.

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Enjoy a privileged retirement at the Central Coast

A beautiful region of New South Wales, home of pristine shores and lush national parks. A place where it’s easy to enjoy a healthy lifestyle during retirement, making the most of the outdoors, the inclusive community and the quieter pace.

The Central Coast, north of Sydney, has some popular and touristy beaches. The Entrance is a true recreational hub and is located between the ocean and the Tuggerah Lake. If you’re looking forward to enjoying fishing during your retirement, you’ll find a great spot by the calm waters of Ettalong Beach.

The Central Coast is spotted with several charming towns, where you can find restaurants serving fresh seafood and local produce, nice boutique stores and lively markets. Gosford is one of the main commercial hubs in the region.

Senior citizens and retirees are valued and active members of the Central Coast community. The council follows a Positive Ageing Strategy to create an age-friendly environment that supports and empowers older local residents. There are more than 50 centres where seniors can find cultural, social, educational and physical activities.