Wet Weather Activities on the Central Coast

Practice ice climbing at Clip n Climb Central Coast

Despite popular opinion, there are wet weather activities on the Central Coast. Here are some of our suggestions that might keep you entertained.

Free Activities

Visit Gosford Regional Gallery

Where | Gosford Regional Gallery

Currently Showing:

Shorelines 27 May – 26 Jun 2016

Imagining Victory 27 May – 17 Jul 2016

Reconciliation Exhibition 28 May – 17 Jul 2016

Go Geocaching

Where | Everywhere!

When | Every Day

Geocaching is a treasure hunt with something for everyone. Using map coordinates and a GPS enabled device, you can find a geocache near your home, in the city, in the bush or on the other side of the world.
Geocaches come in all shapes and sizes too. You can find a tiny little one as small as your fingernail, or a huge geocache with exciting ‘treasures’ inside. It can be as easy or as hard as you like to make it. You can drive up to your geocache and spot it from the car, or you can choose to hike for miles up and down mountains in the snow in search of that elusive container. Now get out there and have some fun! But beware, it can be addictive!

Check out more on Geocaching here.

Activities that Cost Money

Central Coast Marine Discovery Centre

Where | 11 Terrigal Drive, Terrigal

When | Every day

Time | 10AM to 4PM

Cost | Adults $6 |  Child $4

Explore this educational hub and learn about our ocean environment. Some specific talks can be booked including fish dissection (13th, 18th, 20th Jan) and offsite rockpool rambles (8th, 9th, 10th Jan). Find more information on the CCMDC website.

Suitable for all ages.

Clip n’ Climb – Indoor Climbing

Where | Central Coast Leagues Club

When | Every day

Time | Time slots that can be booked 9am to 4 pm

Cost | $17 a head or $61 for a family of four

Suitable for ages 6+.  Check out more information on a previous post – Clip n’ Climb.

Other Ideas:

Central Coast Weekender Jen and Allie

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