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Gosford is a waterfront city at the northern end of Brisbane Water on the Central Coast in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The Gosford waterfront is known for its boating and scenic views on the shores of Brisbane Water. Gosford is the main commercial hub and gateway of the Central Coast.
Sun, sand, serenity. Gosford makes the perfect base to explore everything the Central Coast has to offer. Head half an hour in any direction to discover endless stretches of beach, pristine waterways ideal for a kayak or SUP, stylish coastal towns, national parks, and opportunities for horse riding and mountain biking.
Easily accessed via a short drive off the Newcastle-Sydney F3 freeway, or a centrally located train station, Gosford is the major commercial and administrative centre of the Central Coast. The Gosford Local Government Area (LGA) has a population of 158,157 as at the 2006 Census.
Gosford, city, east-central New South Wales, Australia. It is situated at the north end of the Brisbane Water branch of Broken Bay. Gosford was surveyed and founded in 1839 and named for Archibald Acheson, 2nd earl of Gosford. It was merged in 1886 with the privately owned village of East Gosford.
A bustling regional centre on Brisbane Water, Gosford has all the creature comforts you need for a getaway on the Central Coast of NSW. Enjoy plentiful shopping, artistic discoveries and an array of food experiences, as well as great bushwalking, mountain biking, water sports and joy flights.