Kincumber & Surrounds

Kincumber is located about 90km north of Sydney, and is easily accessible via the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway. It’s a tranquil suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales and an attractive option for those considering retirement.

It’s nested between the water and the mountains. This fantastic location allows you to enjoy lovely walks by the water and go boating at Kincumber Broadwater. You can also go fishing and swimming in some of the hidden beaches at Bouddi National Park, and marvel at the Kincumba Mountain Reserve, home of Aboriginal carvings, rock formations and rainforest.

Even though Kincumber has all these natural attractions, people say the best thing about it is how friendly and welcoming the residents are. You can enjoy a quality retirement, living in a nice suburb with a relaxed atmosphere, and people who really care about the community, and each other!

There’s easy access to the shops and facilities you need, and buses to move around local areas. If you like a bit of history, you can visit the charming St Paul's Anglican Church, built between 1841 and 1847.

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Kincumber & Surrounds

Kincumber is located about 90km north of Sydney, and is easily accessible via the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway. It’s a tranquil suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales and an attractive option for those considering retirement.

It’s nested between the water and the mountains. This fantastic location allows you to enjoy lovely walks by the water and go boating at Kincumber Broadwater. You can also go fishing and swimming in some of the hidden beaches at Bouddi National Park, and marvel at the Kincumba Mountain Reserve, home of Aboriginal carvings, rock formations and rainforest.

Even though Kincumber has all these natural attractions, people say the best thing about it is how friendly and welcoming the residents are. You can enjoy a quality retirement, living in a nice suburb with a relaxed atmosphere, and people who really care about the community, and each other!

There’s easy access to the shops and facilities you need, and buses to move around local areas. If you like a bit of history, you can visit the charming St Paul's Anglican Church, built between 1841 and 1847.