Central Coast Council & Misfits Media Embrace The Adventure In Latest Campaign

Central Coast Council & Misfits Media Embrace The Adventure In Latest Campaign

Central Coast Council, along with creative agency Misfits Media have released the latest instalment of the Harvest Festival TV campaign – Embrace the Adventure.

In the third episode of the video series, Central Coast Council continues the Harvest Festival experience by bringing to life the adventurous spirit of the Central Coast hinterland online.

This includes a variety of farms and other regional businesses to capture some amazing content and truly get a sense of what the beautiful hinterland has to offer.

From the renowned Pecan Lady Orchid in Somersby where you can pick your own pecans, to Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures for some quad-biking and horse-riding, this third part in the four-part campaign will truly inspire the adventurer within.

Watch video three below! 

Watch it on the Harvest Festival Facebook page or the Council’s new Coast Connect YouTube channel.

Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Central Coast Council

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