Hot off the press, Central Coast Tourism has launched the 2010/2011 Central Coast Conference & Events Planner, a catalog of conferencing options on the Central Coast from A-Z.
Now available online as an interactive e-guide or as a hard copy. The planner opens with Australis Retreat at Wisemans, located in the western hinterland region, and closes with Zenith Business & Conference Centre at Tuggerah, in the north.
The newly-launched NSW Central Coast Confernce and Events Planner.
Without doubt golden sandy beaches and refreshing oceans are a drawcard for delegates. Renowned contenders for a planner to shortlist include Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Country Comfort Terrigal and Mantra Ettalong Beach boasting both views and convenient access to the sparkling Pacific Ocean. The 15 Surf Life Saving Clubs scattered along the 85 km of coastline provide a range of venues with uninterrupted ocean views.
Planners looking for venues that inject personal style with a boutique atmosphere should consider Kims Beach Hideaway or Star of the Sea Luxury Apartments, both within a stone’s throw of the ocean. Or if a natural bush setting is more fitting your event theme, then do not pass up the opportunity to host an intimate conference, meeting or event at Noonaweena, set high on the ridge of Yengo National Park.
A natural bush setting is the feature that sets apart both Treetops Resort Avoca Beach and the Ken Duncan Gallery from their competitors.
Golf is often a must have activity in delegates’ programmes and the Central Coast has a portfolio of 10 golf courses with Quay West Magenta Shores’ course ranking the highest of all, coming in at 28th in Golf Australia’s 2010 Top 50 course list.
The Central Coast planner also includes a range of activities for delegates to totally immerse themselves in the conference experience. Chill Cook Create, will tailor an interactive programme of cooking, yoga or painting and match the accommodation accordingly. The blood will be flowing after a jaunt to Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures, Australia’s largest outdoor adventure operator, providing the opportunity to horse ride, quad bike, abseil, kayak or rogain in 3000 acres of pristine wilderness. Those seeking an adrenaline rush, book in the ‘Fear Factor’ experience at the Australian Reptile Park; a guaranteed conference highlight activity.
Don’t sweat the small stuff, let The Event People sort out all the conference elements including invitations, teasers, catering, decorations, sound and lighting.
For information on obtaining a copy of the planner, click here.