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City given national heritage status in 2015
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM explores the very far West of NSW
AS a young student of Australian history many years ago, one of my favourite books was “The Silver City” by Ion Idriess which told the story of Broken Hill.

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Avoca Beach is popular with families and visitors alike. Featured
Leading travel magazine rates Coast beaches
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
AWESOME Avoca has been named the Central Coast’s best beach by leading travel magazine Australian Traveller and it is sure to raise the hackles of residents in its more famous sister, Terrific Terrigal.

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Jenolan Caves. Featured
Llimited choice of places to go, but what a choice
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
WHICHEVER you looked at it, 2021 was going to be another difficult year for holidaymakers and the ailing travel industry.

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Port Macquarie. Featured
Return to the golden days: Rebooting Tourism
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
TWO thirds of Sydney and Central Coast holidaymakers will take a road trip in the coming months as Domestic holidays take over from Cruises and Bali, according to the latest State Government research.

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Popular with tourists: Avoca Beach. Featured
10 October 2020

COAST TOURISM REBOUNDS

Growth of new Coast business start-ups
By Access Travel Editor DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast’s biggest business is Tourism and it is showing remarkable resilience during the most challenging period in recent history.

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GREAT TRAVEL ESCAPE POSTPONED Featured

What next for the cruise industry?
Travel Editor DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
CENTRAL Coast travellers will not be able to head overseas for another three months after the government extended its travel bans to September 17.

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Barkindji people, Wilcannia. Featured
Tourism and regions set for 2020 reboot
NSW regions and tourism businesses are set to receive a major boost with the easing of travel restrictions, as the Government revealed NSW residents took almost two million international leisure trips worth $16.7B last year.

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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.