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If you just fancy a quiet life away from the hustle and bustle of the big city why not use Bus Hire to organise a tour or trip to the Central Coast.

Just over one hour’s drive north of Sydney this vibrant and growing community offers an away day from the big smoke and we can provide transport to many destinations.

Why not head to The Entrance and enjoy a gelato at one of the boutique cafes overlooking the sea or wander among the shops as you enjoy the slower lifestyle.

Book a trip to the Hunter Wine Valley with BusHire and head to the Central Coast for lunch before our knowledgeable driver heads into the vineyards for a day out to remember.

Things to do in Central Coast

Around an hour and a half north of Sydney on the Pacific Highway you will find the area known as The Central Coast, the Central Coast is a large area between Sydney and Newcastle providing local residents a laidback lifestyle and Sydneysiders a close day trip to an idyllic beach.

There are an uncountable number of small beach towns on the Central Coast, from larger centres like Gosford(good for shopping) and Terrigal(a popular beach) to small nooks and crannies on the coastline with virtually deserted beaches and local eateries.

One area that is worth a visit is The Entrance, so named as in addition to beautiful beaches it also provides the entrance to Tuggerah Lakes which provide a calm area for watersports.

A lovely day can be spent on the lake hiring an inexpensive boat to potter around in, you can also hire some fishing gear and catch you lunch to be cooked on one of the BBQs in the parklands surrounding the lake. You can find The Entrance Boat House under the bridge on The Entrance Road. They also have paddle boards for hire if you are looking for a more active water sport.
You will find an abundance of Flathead, Whiting and Bream in the lake which make for good eating with just a squeeze of lemon. Ask the locals and they will point you in the direction of the best fishing spots.

If you don’t have your sea legs, The Entrance’s most popular tourist attraction is also it’s cheapest(it’s free!!!). The Entrance Pelican Feed started over 20 years ago when the local fish and chip shop threw out leftovers for the local pelican population to feed on. Since then it has grown to a daily event and tourist attraction, every day at 3.30pm the pelicans get fed and educational information about the local wildlife is given to tourists.
There is an added bonus for the pelicans besides being given food, the feed time is used to monitor the health of the pelicans and address any medical concerns.
If you want to see these majestic birds up close and personal head down to The Entrance road near The Waldorf Apartments any day at 3.30pm.

Sometimes after a hard day of fishing you come home empty handed no matter how hard you try, if that happens to you don’t panic, the Central Coast has many fine eateries at affordable prices.

Bistro Jinja is one such establishment, down by the water on The Entrance road the combination of the friendly staff, location and classic Asian dishes will ensure a good feed.
The Massaman Lamb Shanks are cooked to perfection falling off the bone with just the right spices to make it a delectable dish. They also have a range of vegetarian options to meet those requirements. If you can get a seat outside towards the Southern end it will give you spectacular views out to the mouth of the river.

If Asian flavours aren’t your thing and you are more of burger person, you really should head further south from The Entrance to Gosford to try out Fahrenheit, they have a varied menu but the burgers are hard to resist.
If you like a bit of kick to your burgers the Fire Breather comes with jalapenos but for a burger with less bite you can’t be the All American. With nothing over $20 on the menu it is an affordable way to end your day of not catching fish.

Make your visit to Central Coast even more enjoyable by booking cheap bus hire for your group travel.

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