FOR A STRONGER CENTRAL COAST
FOR A STRONGER CENTRAL COAST
Supporting recovery and growth during this crisis
Pledging to support locals
To become an innovative business environment
To build a strong future
ABOUT – IN GOOD COMPANY
By working together across our four major regions we’ve been able to provide this project to showcase the myriad of businesses both large and small on the Coast.
The project is proudly sponsored by:
Gosford Erina Business Chamber
Wyong Chamber of Commerce
Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
The Entrance Chamber of Commerce
Central Coast Council
The Central Coast has a diverse range of business and industry leaders and as you explore their business stories you will see a very common trend throughout all of the businesses,
They all operate on the Central Coast.
BUSINESS CENTRAL COAST
Central Coast business concierge serves to assist business to navigate end-to-end support for businesses wishing to set up or expand their operations across the Central Coast NSW. The website acts to connect companies across the Central Coast as well as providing opportunities, sites and relevant government assistance available.
The Central Coast NSW’s economic profile presents economic information that enables you to describe the area’s role within the broader economy, explore options for economic development and promote the area’s strengths. The information presented here is derived from official sources of information (Australian Bureau of Statistics) as well as Australia’s leading economic modellers (NIEIR). The latest data from each series is always presented in this site.
Economy.id industry structure and industry sector profiles use a National Accounts regional econometric model developed by National Economics (NIEIR).
IDEAL LIFESTYLE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
With four times the water frontage of Sydney Harbour with a rural hinterland the Central Coast provides the ideal lifestyle with an endless array of activities for the young and old.
AUSTRALIA’S 9th LARGEST URBAN AREA
As Australia’s ninth-largest urban area with vibrant shopping, a sophisticated food culture and close to Sydney, the Hunter Valley and Newcastle it’s a great place to live. Families are catered for with affordable housing, excellent schools in both the public, independent and catholic sectors with selective schools available.
WIDE VARIETY OF HOUSING
The Central Coast offers a wide variety of property types appealing to anyone from first-time buyers and investors, to downsizing empty-nesters, or families looking to upgrade.
WORLD-CLASS MEDICAL FACILITIES
The NSW Central Coast is a centre of excellence for Health and Aged Care with world-class facilities available throughout the region. There are 357 General Practitioners working at 95 general practices across the Central Coast.
The Central Coast is fast becoming established as a Region of Innovation, with its own Centre for Innovation. Innovation is a catalyst for the growth and success of your business we are here to help you adapt and grow in the marketplace.
ENTREPRENEURS, STARTUPS & SCALE UPS
We are also home to a range of leading-edge research and learning organisations. The University of Newcastle (UoN), with a Central Coast Campus based at Ourimbah, is one of Australia’s top 8 research universities and is ranked 207th of the world’s universities by the QS World University Rankings.
The Central Coast is progressing innovation within our region with the core aim to improve the quality of life for Central Coast residents by improving the quality of the regional economy.
COMMITMENT TO CULTURE
Our region will be a lively and welcoming place to participate in arts and culture, and an established centre for the emerging and professional creative sector. Delivered through the 2020-25 Cultural plan.
CENTRAL COAST KEY ASSETS
Central coast boasts a dense variety of creative spaces, from boutique warehouses to state of the art theatres. Arts and cultural projects and programs including the Creative Art Central, The Hub Erina youth arts program, Central Coast Heritage Festival and Trail, Maliga Aboriginal program, an annual program of regionally developed and touring exhibitions and productions, and, high profile competitions such as the Gosford Art Prize
RICH ABORIGINAL AND ARTS CULTURE
The Central Coast is rich in Aboriginal culture and community with the North and Central Coast having NSW’s fastest growing Aboriginal population. Over 7000 registered Aboriginal sites are located on the Central Coast. The region has an established Aboriginal network of leading organisations and is home to Australia’s premier Aboriginal training dance college.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live and pay our respects to elders past and present.
This acknowledgement and our commitment to honouring the history and ongoing contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the Central Coast, plays a fundamental role in shaping our region.
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