Pubs / Central Coast
The Terrigal Hotel prides itself on being one of the most popular venues on the NSW Central Coast. Through supporting various community groups and clubs, it is definitely more than just your local.
This smart casual restaurant and bar seats over 200 beer lovers. Here you’ll find nine FogHorn brews fresh on tap (including a hand pump). When it comes to food we focus on locally sourced produce and house-made food. The restaurant serves up bistro classics including mouthwatering hand-cut steaks and fresh homemade bread straight from our oven. FogHorn Brewhouse also happens to be a live music venue with bands & musicians on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.
Located opposite Patonga wharf, next to the Patonga Fish and Chip shop, is the Patonga Beach Hotel. With an extensive wine selection and a wide range of boutique beers with a great outdoor beer garden serving excellent steaks. Overlooking Broken Bay, the Patonga Beach Hotel serves seafood platters with the freshest lobsters and seafoods, direct from the hotels own fishing trawler. The Patonga Beach Hotel is a great venue for weddings, parties and functions.
The Beachcomber Hotel, fondly known as the Beachie by the locals, is one of Australia's most impressive and unique hotels. Positioned right on the shore of picturesque Budgewoi Lake 'the Beachie' boasts the largest waterfront beer garden on the Central Coast, if not the eastern coastline. With 6 bars, an alfresco cafe and continual entertainment it is easy to see why the Beachie has become such an icon in the area. As the locals all say 'SEE YOU AT THE BEACHIE'.
The Bayview Hotel Woy Woy overlooking the beautiful Brisbane Water. Only an hour out of Sydney by car and right opposite the main northern railway line and a one minute walk from Woy Woy Station. The Bayview offers various forms of good quality accommodation and is a popular destination for those wanting to discover The Central Coast and its popular tourist attractions. Bus transport can have you on Ocean Beach within ten minutes or the more calmer waters of Ettalong the mouth to the Brisbane Waters.