• Newcastle is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, located between a working harbour and the beautiful beaches of the north coast of New South Wales. It is known for its beaches, laid back lifestyle, its busy harbour and eclectic arts scene. Its former working wharves are being transformed into areas of entertainment and recreation. Nobbys Beach marks the start of Bathers Way, a spectacular five kilometre coastal trek that stretches to Merewether Beach passing five beaches and the historic ocean baths. Visit Blackbutt Reserve and see koalas, kangaroos, wombats and bird life just six kilometres from the city centre. Nearby Stockton Beach

  • Newcastle City Hall
    Newcastle City Hall

    Opened in 1929, Newcastle City Hall is one of Newcastle's most unique and prestigious venues.

  • King Edward Park
    King Edward Park

    King Edward Park was dedicated as a recreation reserve in 1863. Within the grounds was

  • Hunter Street Organic Markets
    Hunter Street Organic Markets

    Your organic fix from Wednesday to Saturday every week is at the Hunter Street Organis

  • Christ Church Cathedral
    Christ Church Cathedral

    Take a tour of Christ Church Cathedral and discover its rich history. A survivor of

  • Convict Lumberyard
    Convict Lumberyard

    The site is considered to be of national heritage significance because it yields information relating

  • Silo Restaurant and Lounge
    Silo Restaurant and Lounge

    Silo Restaurant and Lounge is Newcastle's funkiest harbourside bar and restaurant offering superb harbour views,

  • Miss Porters House
    Miss Porters House

    Miss Hazel Porter lived all her life at 434 King Street, Newcastle until her death

  • Newcastle Beach
    Newcastle Beach

    Newcastle Beach has a reputation for being one of the best surf locations in Australia

  • Newcastle Museum
    Newcastle Museum

    Newcastle Museum is located in the historic Honeysuckle Railway workshops, right in the heart of

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