Sports

Central Coast Council supports a healthy and active community. There are 164 sporting facilities on the Central Coast which can cater for more than 20 different types of sport including cricket, soccer, netball, baseball, little athletics, rugby league, rugby union, AFL, cycling, touch football, oztag, school sport, cross country and athletics carnivals.

Councils sporting facilities are broken down into the following:

  • 71 competition and 29 training netball courts
  • 13 turf and 44 synthetic cricket wickets and 18 cricket net facilities
  • 119 tennis courts
  • 74 football (soccer), 26 rugby league, 13 rugby union, 9 AFL, 7 baseball, 28 touch/OzTag and 5 hockey fields
  • 24 skate parks
  • 4 BMX facilities
  • 15 fitness stations                  

There is also more than 162kms of shared pathways where you can walk, run, ride or skate to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

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Outdoor gyms

Looking to improve your health and fitness but can’t afford the gym? There are multiple outdoor gyms with fitness equipment you can use for free located around the Central Coast. Find an outdoor gym near you.

Skate parks and BMX tracks

Skateboarding, rollerblading, scooter riding and BMX bike riding are both safe and fun activities on off-road tracks. Find out where your nearest skate park or BMX track is located on the Central Coast. 

Sportsgrounds

Council assess the effects of wet weather and the condition of each sports ground from Monday to 3pm Friday.If Council determines the sports grounds are closed by 2pm weekdays, they cannot be used for training or ...

Tennis courts

There are many tennis complexes on the Central Coast, which are run by community groups for the community. Bookings can be made directly with the tennis club.
Last updated : Wed 1 Aug 2018