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Business Centres

A number of home renovation retailers and

interior design consultants also have premises in

Erina all located within a one kilometre radius.

This grouping of homeware retailers provides an

unusual critical mass making Erina a magnet for

home buyers and renovators.

• Commercial

- Most developments in Erina are a

mix of retail and commercial with Fountain Plaza

and adjacent Fountain Corporate being regarded

as the leading commercial complexes.

Regional business banking offices for ANZ,

National Australia Bank and Westpac banks are at

Fountain Plaza. Branches of the Commonwealth

Bank and Bank of Queensland are also located at

Fountain Plaza.

Telstra Country Wide’s regional office is based

in the Fountain Corporate complex along with

radio station, StarFM 104.5’s studios and regional

newspaper Central Coast Express-Advocate.

Commercial services in Erina and Erina Fair

include banking and financial services,

lawyers, accountants, finance brokers and

insurance brokers.

• Medical

- Erina has attracted a large number

of medical services that include family medical

centres, medical specialists, radiography,

physiotherapy and optical services. Presmed

Australia operates a specialist ophthalmology

day surgery centre in Erina. The Central Coast

Medicare Local headquarters are located at Erina.

• Creative Business

– Creative businesses located

in Erina include: Planet55 Studios, Sterland

Computing, Graphic by Design and managed and

cloud hosting company UltraServe Internet.

• Retirement Living

– Retirement villages

catering for high and mid level retirees are well

established in Erina. They include: Tarragal Glen

and Wood Glen retirement villages operated by

RetireAustralia, Pine Needles Lifestyle Estate and

Green Life Estate. Hammond Care and Aurrum

both operate aged care facilities in Erina.

THEPENINSULA

Woy Woy, Ettalong Beach and Umina Beach make

up the area known as the Peninsula – a unique

residential and holiday area in the south of the

region. It appears isolated from the rest of the region

due to the large expanse of Brisbane Water which

surrounds and separates it from other town centres,

however, this is regarded as its greatest asset.

Population of The Peninsula as at the 2011 Census

was 30,754.

WoyWoy

Woy Woy is a retail and commercial centre servicing

the Peninsula. It is also the Peninsula’s public

transport hub with rail, bus and ferry services

converging to service the area.

Two shopping centres are located at Woy

Woy: Deepwater Plaza Shopping Centre and

Peninsula Plaza.

Commercial services at Woy Woy include all major

trading banks, lawyers and accountants.

Brisbane Waters Private Hospital services the whole

Central Coast region.

EttalongBeach

Traditionally Ettalong Beach has been regarded as

a tourist area and this is enhanced by the Mantra

Ettalong Beach Resort and a number of Bed &

Breakfast establishments in the area. In 2014

Gosford City Council completed a $7.5 million

foreshore refurbishment project that is attracting a

larger number of visitors to the town.

Ettalong Beach is also serviced by a scheduled ferry

service to Palm Beach.

The Ettalong Markets, Paradiso Cinema, Ettalong

Beach Club and a growing number of quality

restaurants are major attractions for residents and

visitors particularly during the tourist season.

UminaBeach

In recent years Umina Beach Town Centre has been

transformed into a strong destination retail precinct

with major retailers: Woolworths, Coles, Aldi and

Bunnings being located in the main shopping strip.

The retail offer at Umina Beach is now such that

it attracts customers from a much wider area that

includes Kariong and Empire Bay.

With the NRMA owned Ocean Beach Caravan Park

and other holiday accommodation in the area,

Umina Beach attracts a strong seasonal tourist

population.

TERRIGAL

Terrigal is best known for its wide range of

restaurants and bars, Crowne Plaza hotel and Star

of the Sea apartments, along with a number of

motels and bed and breakfasts attracting high-

yield visitors.

In-fill prestige residential apartment developments

have seen an influx of wealthy Sydney and overseas

buyers moving into the market.

The Central Coast Ultimate Guide to Business

June 2015

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