The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -

Ev­ery town has a cen­tral spot and for Killcare, that’s near the pier, un­der the Yum Yum trees. As the story goes, dur­ing World War I and II, res­i­dents would stop here and have a drink while wait­ing for the mail to ar­rive. Years later, al­co­hol was banned from the beach but with the as­sis­tance of a per­sua­sive lo­cal group, a his­tor­i­cal prece­dent was proved and peo­ple could once again have a cold one by the wa­ter. To truly ap­pre­ci­ate this his­toric spot, hold out for sun­set with a bot­tle of wine and gourmet treats from nearby Killcare Cel­lars and Gen­eral Store. Pick up some lo­cal pro­duce, award-win­ing chut­ney and sticky figs by Tar10, fun gin­ger­bread cook­ies by Adri’s Gin­ger­bread, then head back to the beach and catch the pic­turesque Cen­tral Coast sun­set. COR­NER OF KILLCARE RD AND ARALUEN DR

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