Im considering buying on the Central Coast close to the beach. Which suburbs are safe?

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cinders 2yrs+
The Central Coast is not an unsafe place to live, it's safer than most parts of Sydney (especially western Sydney). My advise would be to stay away from The Entrance(even thought it really pretty), San Remo and Watanobi and go for places like Forresters Beach, Wamberal, Copacabana, MacMasters Beach, Pearl Beach and Patonga. Terrigal & Avoca are nice but very crowed in summer.
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Ian Hughes Sep 15, 2016
I live in Terrigal. Great place to live if your young and love the crowd. Other that Id consider safe: Copacabana, MacMasters Beach, Pearl Beach
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MaryE Aug 17, 2016
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natad13 2yrs+
I would choose Norah Head, Shelly Beach, The Entrance, Forresters Beach, Terrigal, Copa, Avoca, Long Jetty, Woy Woy, Ettalong and Saratoga.

I would not chose San Remo, Gorokan, Wattanobbi, Blue Haven, Wyong, Umina or Chittaway/Berkley Vale/Tumbi-Umbi.
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denisewarton 2yrs+
Umina and Woy Woy, Bookerbay areas are probably cheaper than the above with Killcare, Avoca ect being a more expensive... i lresided at most of these over a 20year period and i love holiday time in summer on the coast best times THEN !!!!
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