Central Coast

Central Coast may refer to:

* Central Coast (New South Wales), a region of New South Wales, Australia:"As well as other articles relating to this region:":* 2007 Hunter region and Central Coast storms:* 92.5 ABC Central Coast, a radio sttion broadcasting in the region:* Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium, the main sports centre in the region:* Central Coast Adventist School, a school operated by the Church of the Seventh Day Adventists:* Central Coast Baseball Association, an association operating junior baseball:* Central Coast bus routes, New South Wales, a description of Bus Services in the region:* Central Coast Campuses, a university and TAFE campus:* Central Coast Division of Country Rugby League, an association operating junior rugby league:* Central Coast Ferries, a transport operator:* Central Coast Grammar School, a private school:* Central Coast Highway, a main road:* Central Coast Mariners FC, a football (soccer) club playing in the A-League::* Central Coast Mariners season 2005-06::* Central Coast Mariners season 2006-07::* Central Coast Mariners season 2007-08::* Central Coast Mariners season 2008-09::* List of Central Coast Mariners FC players:* Central Coast Massacre, a series of shootings in 1992:* Central Coast Rays, a rugby union club playing in the Australian Rugby Championship:* Central Coast Rhinos, an ice hockey club playing in the Australian Ice Hockey League:* Central Coast Storm, a rugby league club based in the region:* Central Coast Waves, a rugby union team playing in the Shute Shield:* List of Central Coast, New South Wales suburbs:* Newcastle and Central Coast railway line, New South Wales, a rail service operated by CityRail:* Scouting on the NSW Central Coast
* Central Coast Council, a Local Government Area in Australia
* Central Coast of California, a region in the United States of America:"As well as other articles relating to this region:":* Central Coast AVA, a large American Viticultural Area:* Central Coast Roadrunners, a football (soccer) club that played in the Premier Development League:* Central Coast Wine Services, a multi-winery processing and warehouse facility:* Saint Francis Central Coast Catholic High School, a private high school
* Central Coast Regional District, a district of British Columbia, Canada:"As well as other articles relating to this region:":* School District 49 Central Coast


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  • Central Coast — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Central Coast Country and Admin Code AU.06.60810 AU …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Central Coast — /sɛntrəl ˈkoʊst/ (say sentruhl kohst) noun that section of the coastal area of NSW bounded on the south by the Hawkesbury River, and on the north by the southern part of Lake Macquarie …   Australian English dictionary

  • Central Coast (New South Wales) — Central Coast New South Wales Population: 297,956[1] (9th) • Density …   Wikipedia

  • Central Coast Mariners Football Club — Central Coast Mariners Nombre completo Central Coast Mariners Football Club Apodo(s) Marineros o La costa Fundación 2004 (7 años) Estadio …   Wikipedia Español

  • Central Coast Mariners FC — Central Coast Mariners Voller Name Central Coast Mariners Football Club Gegründet 2004 Stadion Central Coast Sta …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Central Coast Wine Services — is a multi winery processing and warehouse facility located in Santa Maria, CA.Infobox Winery winery name = Central Coast Wine Services winery location city = Santa Maria location country = USA appellation = Santa Maria Valley former name =… …   Wikipedia

  • Central Coast Rays — Central Coast Rays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Central Coast Mariners — Voller Name Central Coast Mariners Football Club Gegründet 2004 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Central Coast Municipality — Lage der Central Coast Municipality in Tasmanien Gliederung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Central Coast Baseball Association — was formed in 1954. The Central Coast (New South Wales) has quite a unique baseball culture with competitions in both the winter and summer months. With currently over 500 junior and 600 senior players, through regular promotion, the numbers are… …   Wikipedia

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