Welcome to Central Coast Business Access

 fb yt 

Entertainment
IT'S MUSIC TO OUR EARS Featured
12 November 2019

IT'S MUSIC TO OUR EARS

Conservatorium facelift an inspiration
CENTRAL Coast Conservatorium is to have a major facelift, thanks to the recent delivery of $2M in funding from the State Government.

Read more...

Scene from Chromefest 2018. Featured

Coast steps back in time
CENTRAL Coast businesses are getting set for an influx of more than 50,000 locals and visitors when the region takes its annual step back in time to the glory days of the ‘50s and ‘60s, with the three-day Chromefest event at The Entrance on October 25-27.

Read more...

A wave park on the Coast similar to Wet n Wild in Western Sydney seems far away. Featured

No space for proposed wave park
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
CENTRAL Coast Council has thousands of hectares of community land available, but it can’t find one single location for private developers to construct a Wave Park and Adventure Precinct.

Read more...

Gosford Race track. Featured

Biggest event in 100 year history
DALLAS SHERINGHAM
ALL eyes will be on Gosford when it hosts the city’s first standalone Saturday meeting in May 2020, featuring the running of the famous Gold Cup.

Read more...

Andy and Rachel Peters. Featured
Turning a hobby into a business model
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
AS kids, we all dreamt at one time or another of running away and joining the circus.

Read more...

Leading producer Bob Fitzgerald. Featured

Our natural assets a film maker's dream
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM

THE Central Coast needs its own Film Commission to promote and coordinate movie making and to become “film friendly” according to leading producer Bob Fitzgerald.

Read more...

The popular Wet n Wild water park in Western Sydney has proved a success with visitors and locals alike. Featured
Concerns the idea may be stolen
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast's two major Chambers of Commerce have backed the Wave and Adventure Park project.

Read more...


Page 1 of 2

Central Coast Business Access (CCBA) covers the business and community issues of the NSW Central Coast region. CCBA is a prime media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities.