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The weather in Avoca Beach
You can see our climate diagram above. January is the warmest month of the year in Avoca Beach with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 28°. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 9° low. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is August.
Spending your dream beach holiday at Avoca Beach
Well known for its 2km stretch of golden sand, Avoca Beach is a charming coastal village known for its warm and friendly locals, laidback lifestyle and popular surfing spots. Just a couple of hours drive from Sydney, holidaymakers will find themselves soaking in the sunshine at one of the Central Coast's most popular destinations.
Indulge in different kinds of seafood
Go for a relaxing dining experience as you surround yourself with good food in a beautiful beach setting. Head off to Avoca Beach Seafoods where the food is cooked to perfection and served in generous portions at affordable prices.
Another fabulous location overlooking the beach is The Reef Restaurant. With absolutely stunning views, try bestsellers such as oysters with seaweed salad. The restaurant also offers a wide selection of wine and champagne that's perfect if you're celebrating special occasions with your loved ones.
Go for a gastronomic adventure
If you want to dine in a location with sublime views, Point Cafe Avoca is the perfect place. Located beneath the Avoca Beach Surf Life Saving Club, the cafe's menu features fish and chips, wagyu beef burgers, barbecued duck and pancakes. Guests can also choose from a wide range of vegetarian and gluten-free options on the menu. You also shouldn't miss Rojo Rocket, an authentic Mexican restaurant that serves mouthwatering Mexican dishes such as tacos and tapas. If you want to experience modern Italian fine-dining when you are in town, make dinner reservations at Bombini and experience their seasonal four-course menu.
Watch an indie film at the historic Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Go retro and catch an indie flick at the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre. A family-owned beachside cinema built in 1951, the building's facade is filled with vintage movie posters, antiques and other memorabilia. In 2014, it was named as one of the BBC's Top 20 Cinemas Of The World. The theatre screens the latest blockbusters, holds film festivals, stages live theatre and French and Italian nights. Visitors can also watch interesting arthouse and documentary films.
Explore Avoca village in Avoca Drive and indulge yourself in a little shopping trip at Avoca Beach Antiques. The store has the largest collection of antique jewellery in the entire Central Coast and has continued to attract visitors from all over the country. They also sell silverware and fine china.
Swim and surf at the beach
Avoca's beach is great for swimming and is a popular destination for holidaymakers. Explore the giant rock platform at the southern end of the beach from where enthusiastic anglers are often to be found fishing. The wide stretch of golden sand makes it excellent for beach running and walking. Known for its great waves, it serves as a fantastic surfing spot for both beginners and experts alike. The Central Coast Surf School offer crash courses for private individuals and groups. Surfing enthusiasts can rent a board for a day at Three Points Surf at Avoca Drive.
Rent a board for the day and go paddle boarding at Avoca Lake. A lagoon found just behind the beach, it is a great spot for kayaking, boating and canoeing. For adventure seekers, get off the beaten track and drive down the coast to the Bouddi National Park. This 8km coastal walk offers spectacular views of the bay and can be a fantastic location for whale-watching during migration season. Avid scuba divers can explore ex-HMAS Adelaide, a sunken navy warship now creating an artificial reef for marine life. Holes have been strategically placed throughout the wreck to allow greater exploration and are open to divers of all levels.
Engage in local festivities at the 5 Lands Walk Festival
Don't miss the annual 5 Lands Walk Festival, usually held during the winter solstice in June. For the past seven years this has been a popular cultural event where participants engage in a 9km walk starting at MacMasters Beach and ending at Terrigal, north of Avoca Beach. Along the way you will encounter traditional Aboriginal culture, live music and dancing featuring various artworks and sculpture created by talented local artists.
Beachside markets in this charming local town are usually held on the fourth Sunday of each month. The Central Coast's waterfront beach market is an amazing community that offers a relaxed atmosphere with delicious food and fantastic entertainment. Guests can also buy unique, locally made products which are sold at the various stalls at bargain prices.
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