A suburb in Central Coast, New South Wales called Hamlyn Terrace is located 73 kilometres from Sydney, the state capital. It is within the jurisdiction of Wyong Shire, a township north of Sydney that was first established in 1889 in the aftermath of the establishment of a railways system between the state capital and Newcastle. Hamlyn Terrace is the home of a number of facilities accredited by the Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency that offers residential aged care services. Residents of this thriving suburb enjoy the amenities provided by the innovative Hamlyn Terrace Community Centre and Sporting Facilities, which stands on a five-hectare site. The community Centre has a spacious activity room, which can accommodate different events. There are cycling tracks, two football fields, two petangue courts, three multipurpose courts and two cricket practice nets. There is also a play area for children and a modern Amenities Building within the compound.