Life & Style

Brilliant coffee, local produce, and outdoor adventures

There’s plenty going in the taste bud department in Wyong! From long-standing cafes and restaurants to small-batch producers and sweet treats, find out what’s good in the north end of the Central Coast.

Albert’s Café & Take-away

Situated right next door to the Wyong train station, this old cafe spot is open for breakfast, lunch, and brunch.
Where: 4 Railway Square

Bollito Pasta

Bollito Pasta offers its assortment of small-batch products available for wholesale distribution throughout the Central Coast. Carefully selected organic Tamworth flour is used for their pasta, and there's no minimum order required. Ideal for your upcoming home party, and rest assured, your secret of ordering in is safe with us.
Where: 141 Alison Rd

Daily Dough Co.

A doughnut needs to be big, juicy, and fluffy with heaps of delicious filling, they need to be an overload of flavour – that’s how Emma Peat of Daily Dough Co. describes her sweet sensations that are one of the hottest commodities on the Central Coast at the moment.
Where: 141 Alison Rd

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Duck Duck Moose

This little gem on Alison Road is a perfect drop-in spot for a coffee and cake. Duck Duck Moose has a great vibe with fresh and airy interiors, surrounded by white-washed plywood.
Where: 7B Alison Rd

Eva’s Corner

Celebrating one year on the coast, Eva’s Corner is home to all tastes offering cocktails, burgers, and beers!
Where: 108 Pacific Hwy

Glee Coffee Roasters

Located in the beautiful and historic Chapman Building in Wyong, Glee Coffee Roasters is a charming, quiet space for breakfast, brunch, and of course, coffee!
Where: The Chapman Building, 9/14 Alison Rd

Jerry Sent Me

This Wyong-based bar serves up top-shelf cocktails alongside grazing boards worthy of any city bar in a super cool, but relaxed atmosphere.
Where: 14/16 Alison Rd

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Karinya’s Restaurant & Wine Bar

Inside the Mercure at Kooindah Waters sits Karinya’s Restaurant & Wine Bar. Home to modern cuisine and showcasing fresh and local produce.
Where: 40 Kooindah Blvd 

Little Creek Cheese Factory

Indulge in gin cheddar, gold-medal haloumi, and creamy goat fetta and meet the artisan cheesemakers of this family-owned and operated cheese factory that boasts over 200 industry awards for their range of cheese.
Where: 141-155 Alison Rd

Motel Mezza

Located in the grand old 1930’s State Bank building, Motel Mezza restaurant and bar boasts high ceilings with the original and restored pressed metal, Art Deco concrete walls, polished floorboards and opulent interiors including a fireplace. Inspired by traditional Lebanese cuisine and drinks, the menu is focused on sharing Mezza platters and banquets. Think dips, flat breads, small bites, sauces, and plenty of Lebanese barbecue-style meats.
Where: 98 Pacific Hwy

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Old Mates Kitchen

It’s safe to say the Central Coast has its comfortable share of burgers, pizza and Thai restaurants. When it comes to getting out for a new flavour, it can take quite a bit of research! And when it comes to South African cuisine, it’s definitely not a restaurant you’ll see on any street corner, which is why we love Old Mates Kitchen!
Where: 142 Pacific Hwy

Osteria a’ Mano

Chef Paolo has collected generations of cherished family recipes. His commitment to exquisite flavours begins with the selection of sustainable, locally sourced fresh ingredients, and extends to the art of hand-rolling pasta.
Where: 66 Pacific Hwy

Royal Hotel Wyong

The recently refurbished Royal Hotel in Wyong offers a comfortable place to stay, delicious pub fare, and live entertainment, all brought to you by stage, film, and TV personality, Marney McQueen.
Where: 40-44 Pacific Hwy

Sirone’s Pizza by the metre

Home to the famous 1-metre pizza, Sirone’s is an authentic, southern Italian pizzeria with a menu featuring traditional wood-fired pizzas.
Where: 7 Alison Rd

The Art House

The Central Coast's most exciting performing arts centre, The Art House in Wyong has been bringing world-class theatre to Central Coast via the state-of-the-art performance space. Promoting creativity, originality and inclusivity, The Art House has become the go-to venue for performers, creators and anyone who enjoys the experience of great theatre.
Where: 19/21 Margaret St

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The Rusty Udder Bar

This place is the heart and soul of the Wyong Milk Factory Tavern, features live music, and pays homage to the original milk factory with its charming rustic feel.
Where: 141 Alison Rd

Treetops Adventure

If you’re partial to the occasional zip line, then this is the place for you. It’s basically a big zip line and obstacle park in the untouched Aussie bush. The experiences are suitable for kids as young as three and they also cater for people of some physical, intellectual and sensory disabilities, as well as some wheelchair facilities. Everyone is in and we love it!
Where: 1 Red Hill Rd

Wyong Milk Factory

Great option for those that are keen for a short drive down the M1, the Wyong Milk Factory has the makings of a perfect day out. Take in the history of the site, which has been lovingly restored with a new lease of life since its 1907 beginnings. The factory’s cafe is open for breakfast and lunch daily and the Tavern is open Wednesday through to Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Where: 141 Alison Rd

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