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10 Secrets of the Central Coast

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Looking for something to do on the weekend? If you live in or around the Central Coast, you don’t have to go far for a little adventure. There is much to see and do if you know where to look, so much so that Central Coast Tourism, in conjunction with the local radio station Star 104.5 FM, ran a campaign to encourage the good people of the Central Coast to share their favourites. Here is just a sampling of their responses:


1. Hardy’s Bay


Get family and friends together for a catch up under the iconic Yum Yum trees.


2. Crackneck Point


Enjoy the spectacular sunset with your loved ones, and if you’re really lucky, you might even catch sight of a whale during the whale migration seasons.


3. 5 Lands Coastal Walkway


There’s nothing like taking a walk along this spectacular coastline-hugging trail and breathing in the fresh coastal air.


4. Bouddi Coastal Walk


Another gorgeous coastline walk that is just perfect for all you avid walkers out there.


5. Pearl Beach Rock Pool & rock walk


Take a refreshing dip in the rock pool and/or enjoy a walk among the rocks in search of shells and sea creatures.


6. Avoca Beachside Markets


Soak up the sunshine, creative vibes, friendly smiles and tasty treats found at the Avoca beachside markets, held every 4th Sunday of the month.


7. Ettalong Beach Markets


The coast’s largest undercover markets are on every weekend, and are a treasure trove of treats and trinkets.


8. Gosford Regional Art Gallery & Edogawa Commemorative Gardens


Feed the fish in the Japanese garden, admire the artwork of the latest exhibition, and don’t forget to stop for a cuppa and some cake!


9. Australian Reptile Park


This one’s for the kids! Look out for the giant Galapagos tortoise, Hugo, as he goes about his daily walk.


10. Norah Head Lighthouse


Uncover the nautical history of NSW’s last manned lighthouse. Needless to say, the tower top view is breathtaking!


Want to make your outing extra special? Why not book a limousine for a day trip to remember! For the complete list of all “52 Local Secrets of the Central Coast”, go here.


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Unfortunately, due to the current circumstances surrounding the current attempt to control the wide-spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the government have now implemented certain procedures to assist in the reduction of possible transmission amongst travellers and drivers.



Vehicle Sanitisation  &  Cleaning Procedures:

All vehicles are sanitised after every transfer is performed. We are focused on the strict cleaning of highly touched surfaces. These areas include surfaces such as door handles, window switches, seat belts, head rests, steering wheel, radio and air-conditioning controls, window interiors and much more. We use both antibacterial spray and wipes to help reduce the possible spread of any bacteria from one client to another. Hand sanitiser is also now available in all vehicles for client use.



Reservation Changes  &  Cancellations due to COVID-19:

As per current advice and guidelines provided by both Fair Trading NSW and by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (A.C.C.C.), any transfer bookings made for a future date that have been cancelled or suspended (including those by any Airlines/Cruise Lines) because of a COVID-19 related issue (e.g. Public Health Orders, regional lockdowns, cancelled third party events due to capacity restrictions etc), can only be eligible for a full travel credit of the amount paid, which is valid for 3 years from the date of affected travel. All changes are to be advised as soon as possible by email to bookings@highclasslimousines.com.au”.
(PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, no guarantee can be given that any specific booked vehicle may be available on a future date. All re-scheduled bookings where travel credits are redeemed are pending vehicle availability.)



Face Masks are now COMPULSORY:

Newly implemented restrictions state that both drivers and travelling passengers are both required to wear a face mask during any transfer.

Should a passenger not be wearing a mask, a driver may refuse to provide service as it may be a safety risk. This does not apply to

  • children under 12

  • persons with a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability that makes wearing a fitted face covering unsuitable including, for example, a skin condition, an intellectual disability, autism or trauma.




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