Establishment of Alcohol-Free Zones in the Central Coast Local Government Area

Central Coast Council is undertaking a review of current Alcohol-Free Zones (AFZ) and is proposing to establish Alcohol-Free Zones in the following locations:

Avoca Beach; Bateau Bay; Berkeley Vale; Budgewoi; Chain Valley Bay; Copacabana; Doyalson; Empire Bay; Ettalong Beach; Gosford; Gwandalan; Killarney Vale; Kincumber; Kingfisher Shores; Kulnura; Lake Haven; Lake Munmorah; Long Jetty; Mannering Park; Narara; Niagara Park; Norah Head; Ourimbah; Patonga; Pearl Beach; San Remo; Saratoga; Shelley Beach; Summerland Point; Terrigal; The Entrance; The Entrance North; Toowoon Bay; Toukley; Umina Beach; Wadalba; Wamberal; Woy Woy and Wyong.

The aim of an AFZ is to reduce alcohol related crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in identified locations in order to help create a safer environment for the whole community.

An AFZ relates to public roads, car parks and footpaths, however, these zones will not restrict outdoor dining licences where Council approval has been granted.

The zones will be established for a period of four (4) years and Council is currently seeking feedback from the community regarding the proposed locations.

A complete list of the specific locations proposed as AFZ can be found to the right of this page, in addition to a collection of maps.

Feedback is invited by 5pm Thursday 15 June 217 and can be provided via

For further information on the above or any other enquiries please contact to Rachel Jackson on (02) 4325 8222.

Central Coast Council is undertaking a review of current Alcohol-Free Zones (AFZ) and is proposing to establish Alcohol-Free Zones in the following locations:

Avoca Beach; Bateau Bay; Berkeley Vale; Budgewoi; Chain Valley Bay; Copacabana; Doyalson; Empire Bay; Ettalong Beach; Gosford; Gwandalan; Killarney Vale; Kincumber; Kingfisher Shores; Kulnura; Lake Haven; Lake Munmorah; Long Jetty; Mannering Park; Narara; Niagara Park; Norah Head; Ourimbah; Patonga; Pearl Beach; San Remo; Saratoga; Shelley Beach; Summerland Point; Terrigal; The Entrance; The Entrance North; Toowoon Bay; Toukley; Umina Beach; Wadalba; Wamberal; Woy Woy and Wyong.

The aim of an AFZ is to reduce alcohol related crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in identified locations in order to help create a safer environment for the whole community.

An AFZ relates to public roads, car parks and footpaths, however, these zones will not restrict outdoor dining licences where Council approval has been granted.

The zones will be established for a period of four (4) years and Council is currently seeking feedback from the community regarding the proposed locations.

A complete list of the specific locations proposed as AFZ can be found to the right of this page, in addition to a collection of maps.

Feedback is invited by 5pm Thursday 15 June 217 and can be provided via

For further information on the above or any other enquiries please contact to Rachel Jackson on (02) 4325 8222.