Booming industries, a calendar of major local events, world class cultural and recreational attractions, high quality education and health facilities combine with the region’s natural aura to attract a growing population of families, businesses and opportunities.
Citizens can enjoy a wide selection of adventures and attractions including mountain biking, bushwalking, whale watching and wildlife sanctuaries. An appealing mix of bays, inlets and lakes, golden sandy beaches, and picturesque waterfront esplanades attract not just tourists but life-long residents.
You will find an array of dams and golf clubs, beaches and lookouts across the coast. Whether it’s golfing, fishing, hiking, biking, or even feeding pelicans, the Central Coast has an adventure destination to suit all ages and tastes. If you prefer the indoors, you will find an array of cafes, shopping centres, cinemas and indoor play centres for the kids.
The Central Coast is home to over 4.5% of New South Wale’s population, making it the 3rd most populous city in NSW and the 9th most populous urban region is Australia.
There are currently over 340,000 people residing on the Central Coast with the population estimated to rise over 15% to 400,000 in the next 15 years, providing a forever growing workforce to meet the needs of increasing new businesses and industries.
The region experiences a higher than average population growth, particularly in the Wyong Shire. Between 2016 and 2036, the population for the Central Coast population is forecast to increase by over 79,000 (23.65% growth), at an average annual growth rate of 1.07% per annum.
|With such a high population forecast, there has been major investment to provide essential infrastructure throughout the Central Coast. In total, over $1 billion is committed for current or planned infrastructure projects over the next three years.
The Central Coast is booming. With tourist attractions, local developments and major infrastructure on the rise, thousands of families will be looking at the Central Coast to locate for their future.
There are over 100 schools listed throughout the Central Coast including public, private and tertiary education facilities.
|With an exceptional growth forecast, the Central Coast is booming with new infrastructure and upgrades. The region features over 23,000 businesses to service the local population, and is listed as one of Australia’s top regions for Capital Growth. Thriving on a strong and growing economy, the Central Coast is a fantastic destination to invest in your future.|
1. The Central Coast offers a number of stunning beaches, lakes and natural reserves perfect for adventurists, families and nature-lovers.
2. There are plenty of things to do and sites to see on the Central Coast; with an array of transport options, everything is easy accessible.
3. Local markets offering unique treasures, multi-cultural cuisines, handmade garments, artwork, furniture, homewares and jewellery provide a perfect opportunity to support the local economy.