Business Showcase

Food Destinations: A Spotlight on Great Producers Across the Central Coast 

Through the Central Coast Food Innovation Region Initiative, Regional Development Australia Central Coast is helping to realise economic benefit by growing and innovating the region's food industry.

In our Business Showcase, we highlight some of the many producers, manufacturers and entrepreneurs who are helping to grow the Central Coast as a coveted food destination.

Spotlight On: The Savoy Long Jetty 

First built in 1956, The Savoy housed a cinema and entertainment complex that traded until 1976. The venue has been dormant for some 40 years... until now!  

Spotlight On: Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific

Having recently brought home two major industry accolades, the hotel is going from strength to strength - but it's still making an effort to remember its roots. 

Spotlight On: The Tame Fox

Brainchild of Central Coast food scene aficionado, Luke Proust, The Tame Fox cafe is emerging as one of the Coast's most unique dining experiences. 

Spotlight On: Fiatarone Farms

Combining his experience on the land, scientific knowledge and his passion for the environment, 25-year-old Kieran Fiatarone has created a chemical-free, small-scale market garden to provide seasonal vegetables directly to the people of the Central Coast. 

Spotlight On: Empire's D'Lite

At their all-in-one general store, coffee bar and delicatessen in beautiful Empire Bay, Genevieve and Duncan are delighting locals and visitors with their passion for gourmet food.

Spotlight On: Casa De Cha

Mafalda Moutinho and Bradley Cahill are bringing their passion for tea to the Central Coast. Through Casa De Cha, they're aiming to enhance connection and create community through the ancient ritual of taking tea.

Spotlight On: Young Barons

Young Coasties Dannielle Mills and Bryce Gleeson have made a splash on our local dining scene with their popular pasta bar in the heart of Woy Woy.

Spotlight On: Mingara Recreation Club

They say “Life’s Great” at Mingara, and this sentiment rings true for the thousands of locals and visitors who frequent this community hub.