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MacMasters Beach is a popular visitors location, divided off from Bouddi National Park by the steep cliffs of Mourawaring Point. The start of an almost continuous strip of residential coastline, MacMasters requires less effort to get there for those who want an easy day at an everyday beach.

The first two churches on The Central Coast were built at Kincumber. St Paul's Anglican Church was erected between 1841 and 1847 on three acres of the village reserve allotted to the Church of England. In this period churches were funded by public subscription which the government matched dollar for dollar. In the porchway is the gravestone of James Dunlop, the superintendent of the government observatory at Parramatta who discovered a comet in 1833. His grave is in the cemetery, along with those of other white pioneers. This small but genuinely charming church with its ivy-clad walls is located by the roundabout where Avoca Drive and Empire Bay Drive meet.

27 January 2015
Seniors Concert 2015
25 January 2015
Australia Day 2015
31 December 2014
13 February 2014
Broadband for Seniors
25 January 2014
Australia Day 2014
8 October 2013
New Furniture
16 September 2013
Community Garden
22 July 2013
Bistro and Function Room
22 May 2013
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
16 October 2012
Welcome to our New Managers

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