LifestyleA short train ride to Sydney, yet a whole lifestyle away, this beautiful waterside locale is the gateway to the Central Coast peninsula.
Woy Woy, is nestled on a natural peninsula just over 1 hours’ drive north of Sydney. The name “Woy Woy” is the indigenous word for “deep water” & the surrounding estuaries, inlets & deep waterfronts do not disappoint.
What you’ll find when you arrive in this community, is a whole lot of fun, fishing, boating, shopping & transport are just some of the lifestyle features the location is famous for.
Shopping at Woy Woy is extensive. There’s the large Deepwater plaza offering Coles, Kmart & a number of speciality stores as well as the smaller peninsula plaza offering easy parking, Woolworths & other smaller retailers.
Surrounded by quality restaurants, cafes this town has everything the foodie needs to feel satisfied.
The suburb is surrounded by quality schools including Woy Woy public school, Woy Woy south public school, Brisbane Water Secondary College and the peninsula recreational centre offering Olympic sized heated swimming pool, full gymnasium facilities & other meeting spaces.
A regular ferry service operates from Woy Woy public wharf & provides a link to the surrounding suburbs positioned on the stunning Brisbane Waters estuary system.
PeopleWoy Woy is popular with young families, retirees & commuters who take full advantage of the world class Woy Woy rail & parking facility.
HomesWoy Woy offers a mixture of free standing houses, villas, town houses and units making it a mixed demographic suburb creating a great community feel.
Transport> Woy Woy is well serviced by regular bus & train services.
> The town centre is easily accessed with an efficient system of connecting roads with primary access from Ocean Beach Road, Blackwall road & Brisbane Water drive.
> Substantial car parking facilities adjacent to the town centre contribute to its success as a retail & commercial hub.
Schools> Woy Woy public & Woy Woy South public schools maintain a quality learning focus with school structures, staffing and organisation supporting literacy, numeracy and technology.
> Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus is a dynamic comprehensive, coeducational year’s 10-12 high school