About Council

Central Coast Council is responsible for the sixth largest urban area in Australia. Our Council area is 1681 square kilometres, which makes us far bigger geographically than Canberra.

The most recent projected population of the Central Coast by 2036 is 415,050. That’s a 23% increase in population, of approximately 80,000 people. Planning for growth and maintaining the lifestyle that our community enjoys is important for Council.

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Careers and volunteering

Central Coast Council is the third largest council in NSW employing more than 2,300 people who help to shape the future of our community and make the Central Coast a better place to live.

Community profile

Find information about the current and future demographics of the Central Coast. Our easy-to-use online tools provide invaluable information for planning, service delivery, advocacy, grant funding and school projects.

Council structure

Central Coast Council’s current organisation structure is led by the Chief Executive Officer and made up of six sections. Meet the team who make day-to-day decisions on operational matters at Council.

Councillors

Central Coast Council held its first election for new Councillors in September 2017. Meet the 15 Councillors that will represent your interests to 2020.

Sister Cities

Our relationship with Edogawa in Japan is about promoting friendship, cooperation and cultural exchange. In 2018, we celebrated the 30th anniversary of the relationship by re-signing the sister city agreement.

Visitor information

The Central Coast is home to beautiful beaches, adventurous activities and gourmet delights, making it the ideal destination for a weekend away, relaxing holiday or picturesque sea change.
Last updated : Thu 2 Aug 2018