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Ken Duncan Gallery Central Coast

414 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights NSW 2260
This state-of-the-art gallery on the beautiful New South Wales Central Coast showcases amazing imagery from Australia and the world, captured by Australia's most renowned panoramic landscape photographer, Ken Duncan. Ken's Central Coast Gallery offers a panorama of Australia's most idyllic and striking landscapes through vision and sound. An ideal venue for tour groups, the gallery features a 40-seat theatre showing stunning audio-visuals. As well as its selection of exquisitely produced framed Limited Edition Prints, the gallery has a large range of beautiful and unique gifts to suit any budget - including postcards, books, posters and jigsaw puzzles. There's ample parking, including plenty of room for coaches, and easy wheelchair access. The Sanctuary Cafe serves healthy, seasonal food and sensational coffee. It's open seven days for breakfast and lunch, and late on Fridays and Saturdays. The cafe is also an ideal venue for group bookings for lunch, cocktail, or dinner functions.

The Wildflower Place

453 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights NSW 2260
Come and discover the exciting and beautiful world of Australia's native plants and flowers. Visit this specialist plant nursery, with hundreds of different Australian native plants to choose from including a wide range of tube stock. Take home an Australian plant today and create a haven for Australian birds. Magnificent fresh cut Australian native flowers are delivered daily fresh from farms all over the country. The giftware shop has a unique range of giftware featuring exquiste Australian arts and crafts, just the place if you're looking for something beautiful and different.

Sanaa Afrika

2a/490 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights NSW 2260
Sanaa Afrika is a gallery in Erina Heights featuring gorgeous displays of African paintings, ceramics, and sculptures. They also have contemporary and traditional African art forms such as basket weaving, masks, and pottery by emerging and established artists on display. Contemporary African art is recognised in Europe and USA with dedicated galleries in major cities. Until recently, traditional tribal art was considered the main expression of African culture. Today, the works of contemporary artists give a unique perspective on a blended traditional and modern Africa.