GBID's vision is to create a vibrant and prosperous city

Gosford Business Improvement District Incorporated (GBID) is an independent not-for-profit organisation which manages the funds collected by the Central Coast Council from commercial property owners within a designated area in Gosford City Centre.

The funds are used for a range of projects and services to make Gosford a safer, cleaner, commercially vibrant and attractive city.

GBID was established in 2008 after extensive consultation with the business community. The organisation has formed strategic partnerships with community, business and Government sectors to maximise opportunities for the revitalisation of the Gosford City Centre.

GBID Management Committee

Deborah Warwick (Chairperson) - Centre Manager, Imperial Shopping Centre

Julius Huszarek (Vice Chairperson) - Central Coast Euro Cars

Daniel Brian (Treasurer) - Operations Manager, Central Coast Leagues Club

Andrew Church (Public Officer) - CEO, Kreative Kaizen, Central Coast Interactive War Exhibit and Eagle Wing Education & Training

Alison Vidler - Director, Alison Vidler Designs

Laurie Maher - CEO, Coast Shelter

Geoff Neilson - Managing Director, Joslan Securities

Tim Jones - CEO, Liberty Family Church

Edgar Adams - Managing Director, Central Coast Business Review

GBID Team

Edwina Nikora - Project Manager

Ben Connolly - Business Developer

Joe Goodwin - Administration and Events Assistant

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GBID Constitution

GBID's Constitution can be downloaded here.


GBID Annual Business Plan

This 2016/2017 Business Plan supports the GBID 5-year plan to ensure that we are moving collaborative programs forward, ensuring the viability of GBID as a proactive organisation to advance Gosford City Centre and gaining the required support from stakeholders.

Our focus for the upcoming year is to build on our established key events in Gosford, support community connections through our events and projects, physically enhance the Gosford City Centre through place making and other beautification projects,  deliver real value and development opportunities to businesses and continue to provide feedback on security and cleaning operations.

View the 2017/2018 GBID Business Plan


GBID Strategic Plan

We have recently developed a Strategic Plan for 2017 - 2022 which is essential for moving collaborative programs forward, ensuring the viability of GBID as a proactive organisation and gaining the required support from those who pay the established Special Levy.

View the 2017-2022 GBID Strategic Plan


GBID Annual Report

Our Annual Report as presented at our 2017 AGM can be downloaded here.


Gosford CBD Property Opportunities

Leasing Opportunities as listed on RealCommercial.com.au in the Gosford area.

Leasing Opportunities as listed on CommercialRealEstate.com.au in the Gosford area.


Relocating your business to Gosford 

We are always keen to hear from businesses considering relocation to Gosford.

  • Gosford is recognised by the NSW State Government as the regional capital of the NSW Central Coast
  • Premises rentals are very reasonable compared with other commercial areas of the NSW Central Coast
  • Ideally located with the CBD being a public transport hub
  • Situated on the pristine Brisbane Waters and nestled between the surrounding hills, Gosford is just one hour drive north of Sydney on the M1
  • There are approximately 500 businesses within the City Centre, employing over 8000 permanent and casual workers
  • Over 45% of the business district comprises government departments, financial and legal institutions and community services. Gosford is considered the commercial hub of the Coast
  • The changing face of Gosford will add vibrancy to the City Centre in the very near future
  • Future planned development of the City Centre and waterfront will bring unique opportunities for people to live, work and play in Gosford

Please get in touch with GBID via the Contact page to assist your relocation.