Destinations

How your clients can embrace adventure on the Central Coast

Sponsored by Central Coast Council

The Central Coast is known for its stunning beaches and beautiful nature. However, that’s not all it has to offer.

In fact, there’s an adventure for everyone in the Central Coast hinterland, from the young of age to the young at heart.

In the third instalment of Harvest Festival TV, the true adventurous spirit of the Central Coast hinterland is brought to life through a variety of farms and other regional businesses.

Kicking things off at the renowned Pecan Lady Orchid in Somersby where you can pick your own pecans, to Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures for some quad-biking and horse-riding, to archery at Jilliby, there really is something for everyone within the Central Coast hinterland.

Or, if your clients prefer something more relaxing, they can simply lay by a campfire with a cheese board in the lush surrounds of Glenworth Valley, or partake in a flower arranging workshop at Coachwood Nurseries.

If learning more about what makes the Central Coast hinterland unique is more their style, your clients can take a trip to the Mountain Growers Markets to meet with local farmers and gain a greater understanding of local produce available across the region.

Or for the artists out there, why not take a sketching art class in the beautiful Mangrove Mountain? There’s also a seriously pretty golf course at Mangrove Mountain Memorial Club for the keen golfers out there.

Are your clients after a more hands-on farm experience? At Fern Valley Ranch in Somersby, they can pick fruit, experience a private waterfall, pat farm animals, and more!

Whatever style of adventure your clients prefer, the Central Coast hinterland has it all.

Watch the latest episode of Harvest Festival TV below:

You can also watch this episode of Harvest Festival TV and others on the Harvest Festival Facebook page or the council’s new Coast Connect YouTube channel.


Proudly funded by the NSW government in association with Central Coast Council.

Media Partner: Star FM

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