A picturesque coastal town on Sydney’s Central Coast, Wagstaffe attracts holidaymakers and families looking for a secluded residential haven on the prized Bouddi Peninsula.
With an area of just 40 hectares and a little over 200 properties in the whole town, Wagstaffe makes up for its modest size by delivering exceptional natural beauty every way you look. Located 93 kilometres north of Sydney at the southern most point of the NSW Central Coast, Wagstaffe is surrounded by water on three sides, delivering breathtaking views across Brisbane Water and Broken Bay to Ettalong Beach and Killcare. And with Bouddi National Park for a coastal backdrop, life in Wagstaffe really is all about the stunning natural landscape.
A secluded and peaceful lifestyle is how the locals like it in Wagstaffe. Although primarily a residential suburb, Wagstaffe’s proximity to neighbouring Hardys Bay, Killcare and Ettalong ensures there’s always something to see and do. For activities close to home, the striking waterways and local beaches provide plenty of fodder for outdoor enthusiasts and families with young children.
For a private seaside paradise away from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can’t beat Wagstaffe. Whether you’re staying for a night, a weekend or for good, you can look forward to a much-needed sea change when in Wagstaffe.