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Harvest Festival 2023

This is a rare chance to take a glimpse behind the farm gate as you explore rural farming communities and their picturesque heritage villages right here on the Central Coast.

10 - 11 June 2023

Your Voice, Our Coast

Your Voice - Our Coast is an online hub, where you can provide real input and direction into the projects and initiatives affecting our area and our region. Whether it be playgrounds, parks or major infrastructure this is the place to share your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Help shape your community, your region, your future.

Latest News
    Council news
    CALLING ALL ARTISTS: $28,500 prize pool on offer for Central Coast National Art Prize
    Artists from around Australia are invited to submit works to compete for the Central Coast’s major institutional art prize, the annual Gosford Art Prize.The Gosford Regional Gallery is accepting submissions online now until entries close on 24 July 2023 at 4pm.Gosford Art Prize offers an exciting range of opportunities for the visual artists working in any art form to showcase their work to a large audinece and potentially become an acquisition of the Central Coast's art collection.The list of prize categories in Gosford Art Prize 2023 include:First Prize $15,000Second Prize $5,000Aboriginal Artist Prize $2,500Gosford Ceramics Prize $2,500Highly Commended (three prizes) $1,000 eachViewer’s Choice Award $500Gosford Art Prize is known for making a real difference to an artist’s career.
    Council news
    Making improvements to Gosford Leagues Club Park
    Central Coast Council will be carrying out some upgrades to Gosford Leagues Club Park to enhance its usability for the community.
    Council news
    Weekly road update
    Road works to fill potholes (temporary repairs) and longer-term road repairs such as heavy patching (section repairs) or road renewals (whole road rehabilitation) continue this week.
    Council news
    Tuggerah Lakes and The Entrance Channel Update
    Planned work at The Entrance ChannelCouncil is commencing a program of proactive works to strategically move sand from the sand spit at The Entrance channel to renourish the eroded northern foreshores of Karagi Point Reserve.The program will include some berm height lowering of the Karagi Sandspit and take advantage of the opportunity to effect these works whilst the critically endangered Little Terns are in the northern hemisphere for our winter.These works will improve access and help protect the amenity and foreshore infrastructure at Karagi Reserve carpark.
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