Pool Builder Kincumber

Wagtail Built - Your Pool Building Experts

Wagtail Built has over 23 years of experience designing and constructing custom swimming pools on the Central Coast. Our services include:

Pool Design and Installation

  • Consultation to understand your vision and develop a customized pool plan
  • Securing necessary permits and approvals
  • Construction of the pool, spa, water features, and lighting
  • Integration of pool decking, tile, coping and other finishes

Landscape Design

  • Landscape design to seamlessly integrate the pool into your backyard oasis
  • Hardscaping and planting to complement the look and feel of your pool area

Why Choose Us?

Wagtail Built – Pool Builder Kincumber is a family-owned company offering a personalized approach. Here are some key reasons to choose us:

  • Experienced and qualified pool builders
  • Clear communication throughout the project
  • Transparent quotes with no hidden costs
  • Excellent reputation and references

For your next pool construction or renovation project on the Central Coast, trust the experts at Wagtail Built to bring your backyard vision to life.

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Kincumber is a suburb located in the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, nestled between the Kincumba Mountain Reserve and the Kincumber Broadwater and located 87 kilometres (54 mi) north of Sydney via the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway (F3). It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area. Kincumber is a popular destination for outdoor activities, with various natural attractions and recreational facilities available to visitors.


  • Kincumba Mountain Reserve: A nature reserve located within the suburb, often used by the community for various functions, including picnicking, bush-walking, orienteering, parties, and carnivals. The reserve offers panoramic views of the region from its highest plateau.
  • Skateboarding facilities: Kincumber is a skateboarding hub of the Central Coast, with two visitor skate facilities. One is in Frost Reserve, and the other is in the South Kincumber recreation area.


Kincumber was one of the earliest settlements on the Central Coast due to the freshwater creek, water access from Brisbane Water and the Hawkesbury River, and an abundance of old rainforest timber in the surrounding valley hills. The suburb supplied wood for the needs of the growing region.

The Kuringgai people used a large open flat rock area at the highest plateau of Kincumba Mountain as a meeting place, which commands panoramic views of the region.

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