Discover the best top things to do in Gosford, Australia including Gosford Classic Car Museum, Gosford Regional Gallery, Australian Reptile Park, Somersby Falls Picnic Grounds, Central Coast Stadium, Gosford City Farmers Market, Aqua Splash Central Coast, Central Coast Leagues, Henry Kendall Cottage & Historical Museum, Central Coast Interactive War Exhibit.
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4.5 based on 265 reviews
Gosford Classic Car Museum showcases a world class, diverse and evolving collection of rare and classic cars. We offer our visitors a unique and inspiring experience of automotive engineering excellence including vintage classics, supercars, muscle cars and even Military vehicles. Gosford Classic Car Museum was born out of a passion for the artistry of automobiles. Covering an expanse of more than 11,000 square metres. It now showcases approximately 450 cars, with a total value of over $70 million. Gosford Classic Car Museum offers a nostalgic dining experience to remember. Visit our 1964 Airstream Café, operated by renowned Chef Daniel and his team at Fork’n’Knife . Our iconic diner setting and globally inspired menu offers a wide variety of international dishes as well as cultural twists on breakfast and lunch classics. Car clubs are welcome to visit the museum as a group. We have a designated area they can display their cars when booked prior to visiting.
Spent three hours here today soaking up the beautiful quality of a hige number of cars from all sorts of makers, including some I'd never heard of before. The display is well laid out in a huge building with good information included for each exhibit. If you love cars it is well worth a visit. Good prices including concession prices. All cars are for sale if you have the dollars - a great way to create envy from your neighbours!
4.5 based on 162 reviews
4.5 based on 748 reviews
The Australian Reptile Park is the best family FUN day out! Exciting wildlife shows, loads of animal interaction and great customer service is what we are famous for! •Meet Elvis, the crankiest crocodile in Australia •Walk with Hugo, the giant 165kg Galapagos tortoise •See reptiles up-close and meet loads of cuddly Aussie animals •Professional photos with furry and scaly new friends •Venomous snake and funnel web spider milkings •Children's reptilian adventure playground •Animal Encounters - get up close and personal with our animals •Kids 2 Keeper junior zoo keeping workshops for kids 3-18yrs •Behind the Scenes tours •Hand feed friendly free-range kangaroos •Great value - just $85 for a family of four! (2 adults + 2 children) •FREE parking, on-site café, picnic areas, free gas BBQ's Open : 9am - 5pm 364 days a year (closed Christmas day) Find us : 2mins off M1Freeway (Gosford exit), follow the signs
I visited the park with family including a 4 year old, and loved every moment.
There are plenty of shows and feeding times staggered very regularly through the day, they are announced clearly for everyone to hear, and informative and plenty of space for everyone to see, including peep holes for 4 year olds to see through also.
The staff are fantastic!! The park has plenty of staff, and are doing a great job. There are staff holding animals for the children (and adults ) to touch and learn from. Photos with animals were $25, but proceeds went to conservation.
The park and facilities were lovely and clean. The food was not as expensive as I expected, but we did bring our own snacks and water, some people had brought complete picnics and BBQ food. So there are options if you want to keep cost down.
We arrived pretty much at open time which was great, the animals were active, and not as many people initially, but never had a problem with crowds anyway, everyone was chilled and polite.
All in all, great in every way, very happy .
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Somersby Falls is a lovely place. Actually, my daughter had all of her engagement photos taken there and they were stunning. The scenery made the photos gorgeous. They have certainly made a lot of improvements there over the years. Well worth having a look at.
4 based on 64 reviews
It's the fourth time, I've visited the Mariners' Stadium and I know the view of the pitch is good, and entry is easy, but please do something about the food and drink offering. The beer, Great Northern or something, is almost undrinkable and the food offering is best left alone. Come on guys, you can do better.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Gosford City Farmers Market is operated each Sunday at Gosford Racecourse and features local and regional farmers selling quality fruit and vegetables, beef, lamb, chicken, free range eggs all locally produced and direct to the customer from working farms.
A good location with lots of free Parking
I've noticed that there appears to be perhaps not quite as many stallholders compared to my previous visits
The quality of the produce is very good , The Central Coast needs this market.
It deserves to be patrononised more , its worth a visit for sure
5 based on 8 reviews
AquaSplash is a giant inflatable obstacle course that uniquely challenges the whole family, whether you’re an elite athlete looking for extreme adventure or a weekend warrior we are sure to test your metal. We’re open in the warmer months of the year - check our website for season dates.
Took our grandchildren age 10,8 and 6 for an amazing, fun filled hour - although a little tiring for the grandparents. Safety was foremost with plenty of "lifesavers" supervising the activities and participants. I would highly recommend this activity for all children competent in the water.
3.5 based on 39 reviews
Couldn't find any where else to eat in Gosford before a school presentation and had no high expectations. Lovely surprise. Large choice of meals, clean nice atmosphere, and very well priced. We ordered a really nice steak Sandwich and roast meal and the kids meals were huge and delicious. Staff were lovely. We'll definitely return.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum is located just off the Central Coast Highway just to the left after Brisbane Waters Drive. The facility is owned and operated by the all volunteer Brisbane Water Historical Society. Open 10-00am to 3-00pm Wed-Sat-Sun and most public holidays except Christmas Day and Good Friday. Coach tours and groups are welcome any day from 8-00am to 8-00pm by appointment.
Adult admission $5-00,concession $4-00 child $3-00, Family $10-00.
The cottage grounds are open to the public 10-00am to 4-00pm daily.
The cottage was the home for a time for the famous Australian poet Henry Kendall most famous for his poem "Bellbirds". The cottage is circa 1838, there is an historical museum containing interesting and historically interesting artefacts. a slab shed used by the citrus industry, a machinery shed showcasing historical farm equipment as well there is an historical wash house and a 2 seater dunny.
We found our visit to this delightfully enchanting facility a fascinating, interesting and informative experience.
The volunteers are knowledgeable, informative and most friendly. All in all a wonderful glimpse into the life and history of the Central Coast region.
4 based on 11 reviews
Interactive exibit of war memorabilia, including sight, sound, dioramas, lifesize displays
I was very impressed with the standard of this exhibition. All of the exhibits have been personally collected by the owner over a period of 20+ years. Schoolchildren visit the exhibit as part of their curriculum and the venue regularly hosts special interest groups. The audio makes it sound so realistic too!
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