Gosford Travel Guide, Australia
The city of Gosford on the coast of New South Wales is the third largest city in the county after Sidney and Newcastle. The sunny climate of the area and the large expanses of beaches and forests make Gosford a perfect holiday spot. Gosford is a major commercial center, but the surrounding region characterized by steep hills is the site of several important natural reserves. Gosford has something to offer for each one of its visitors: sea, nature, urban entertainment. This Gosford Travel Guide will give you some useful information that will help you plan your dream holiday.
Gosford Travel Guide - Transport
Gosford is mainly a city of commuters, so although you can easily get to Sydney, beware of rush hours. There are trains to and from Sidney every half an hour, and there are also frequent trains going to Newcastle. If you’d rather avoid the rush, you can rent a car - it takes only an hour’s drive to Sidney and Newcastle. One way to completely avoid the crowd of commuters is to go by bus. There are several buses operating between Gosford and nearby cities, and they are usually clean and air-conditioned. Most of the places of interest for tourists are outside the city center, so you may need to use either taxis or buses to get around. If you plan on travelling by plane, the closest airport to Gosford is Sidney International Airport, which has incoming and outgoing flights to and from most major Australian airports such as Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth.
Gosford Travel Guide - Accommodation
Many tourists come to Gosford for the picturesque beaches in the area, so there is a wide choice of accommodation inside and near the city. There are adequate lodgings to be found or every budget size. This Gosford Travel Guide recommends Wombats Bed and Breakfast, which offers charming apartments near Brisbane Waters, with various facilities such as barbecue area and swimming pool. A pricier alternative is Quality Inn The Willows, a four star hotel with luxurious suites, spa, swimming pool and a wonderful willow garden. Best Western Motor Inn offers great quality-price rates and a friendly, cheerful atmosphere. Gosford Hotel, in the heart if the city, is one of the oldest establishments in the city, dating back to 1926. The hotel is popular with both business travelers and holiday makers, and it offers comfortable rooms and excellent service.
Gosford Travel Guide - Events
Gosford hosts many yearly festival and events that attract a sizeable tourist crowd. The Australian Springtime Flora Festival in September is Australia’s largest flora festival. Over the four days of festival, visitors can admire over 300 plant displays and landscaped garden projects, and be entertained with live music and other fun activities. Australia Day is great cause of celebration in Gosford, and various activities and events are organized on January 26 on the shores of Brisbane Water. The programme usually includes jet-skiing, wind surfing, contests and races and numerous food and market stalls.
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