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Council’s customer service centres will have a planned service interruption on Tuesday, 12 December that will temporarily impact customer service hours. 

Customer Service Centres - Erina: closed all day | Wyong: closed from 12.30pm | Gosford: closed from 12pm. All Council Customer Service services will resume as normal from 8.30am Wednesday, 13 December. For urgent matters, you can still call us on 02 4306 7900. Our online Customer Service Centre is also always available. 


  • Council offices will be closed over the holiday period from Mon 25 Dec 2023 to Mon 1 Jan 2024 (re-opening Tues 2 Jan 2024).  Some of Council’s services and facilities will be closed or have changes, however essential services will continue to operate.  
  • For urgent reports or issues, call Council on 02 4306 7900 at any time.  Non-urgent reports, and enquiries can be lodged 24/7 through our online Customer Service Centre (and progressed from 2 Jan).
Central Coast First Nations Accord

The Central Coast First Nations Accord was adopted by Council on 13 December 2022.

It is an important step on the journey of Reconciliation and developing a shared vision for our future with our local First Nations people. The Accord is a commitment to the First Nations People that Council will not only continue to support the principles of cooperation, but also listen to history and support Aboriginal people to realise their future. 

The commitments in the Accord align with and deliver against the Priority Reform areas within the National Agreement on Closing the Gap. 

The Central Coast local government area is one of the largest and fastest growing Aboriginal communities in Australia. This population grew by 38% in the last Census reporting period, with significant growth expected into the future. Unfortunately, Aboriginal people still experience higher levels of disadvantage than that of non-Indigenous people. 

The main focus of the Accord is to define how we can listen to and work with Aboriginal people to realise their future and improve their quality of life. 

An important commitment of the Accord is the establishment of a broad based Aboriginal Advisory Committee to help guide the implementation of our commitments in a collaborative manner, ensuring the views and aspirations of our local First Nations community can be adequately considered. 

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