When planning our trip to Woy Woy, I knew it was on the Central Coast but I couldn't actually recall if I had been there before. I think its one of those suburbs I had heard of and had driven past the sign, but may not of actually stopped to check out.
After a short stroll from the railway station we came across a great little park. The park was closed in and there was plenty of seats for the adults. Whilst the kids could go crazy on the play equipment, the adults could sit back and enjoy a hot chocolate or coffee from the local café which was located right next to the park.
For lunch we decided on a seafood restaurant Fisherman's Wharf which both kids and adults thoroughly enjoyed. The food was very fresh and had a great view of the water.
Mitchell's Little Opinion: I enjoy going on train trips, it is fun. I liked playing at the playgrounds and eating my calamari at lunch.
Ellie's Little Opinion: I like going on the train, it's fun to see where we end up. This time it was really funny when we arrived at a platform and the doors wouldn't open as the platform was too short and we ran to the next carriage but we didn't get there quick enough. We then had to wait for the next stop to get out.
We did however learn something new about trains on this adventure. Along this route some of the platforms are called 'short platforms' and are not long enough for the trains. Therefore only one particular carriage opens on the train. We found this out when we went to get off at a smaller station to go for a wander but the doors wouldn't open. For example if your station has a SPM it means you alight from the middle door or an SP6 alight from rear 6 cars. Next time we will have this worked out liked season train travellers and not crazy tourists trying to open the doors!!!!!
- Woy Woy is located on the central coast of Australia, check out theirwebsite for more information and details for what's on.
- Woy Woy Fisherman's Wharf is located on The Boulevarde and is open for lunch seven days a week. Visit their website for further details.