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Belmont Wetlands State Park
Belmont Wetlands State Park

Belmont Wetlands State Park is a large area of natural bushland, sand dunes and wetlands nestled on the coast at Lake Macquarie near Redhead and Belmont. It is popular with walkers, 4WD vehicles and bird watchers alike.

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Blackbutt Nature Reserve
Blackbutt Nature Reserve

Blackbutt Reserve occupies over 182 hectares of natural bushland providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy nature trails, wildlife exhibits, children's playgrounds or passive recreation.

Blacksmiths Beach
Blacksmiths Beach

Blacksmiths Beach House is an amazing 3 bedroom home located 2 minutes' walk from Blacksmiths beach in beautiful Lake Macquarie.

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Broughton Island
Broughton Island

Broughton Island campground is the only place in NSW where you can camp among an active seabird colony.

Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle

Welcome to Christ Church Cathedral We are a vibrant community in the heart of the City. Our Cathedral dominates the skyline, gathering pilgrims, visitors and tourists to enjoy its splendid architecture, music and art. The Cathedral houses Newcastle’s principal War Memorial and Memorabilia.

Dixon Park Beach
Dixon Park Beach

Dixon Park Beach has Council Lifeguard Services provided Monday to Saturday during swimming season and volunteer members of Dixon Park Surf Lifesaving Club providing beach patrols on Sundays during the swimming season. There is a sheltered picnic table area and change room facilities available.

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Dudley Beach
Dudley Beach

Images of Dudey Beach, Newcastle. For sale as photo prints, framed prints, frameless acrylic, frameless aluminium & canvas. Buy online

Fernleigh Track
Fernleigh Track

The Fernleigh Track is an attractive and popular walking and cycling path, created along the route of a former rail corridor in the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie regions of New South Wales. It provides a pleasant travel route through a bushland setting with links along the way to adjoining residential communities.

Fighter World
Fighter World

Located just 20 mins drive north of Newcastle at Newcastle Airport, Fighter World is an aviation museum dedicated to preserving RAAF fighter aircraft and is a totally hands on experience.

Foreshore Park
Foreshore Park

With views of Newcastle Harbour and close to the beach, Foreshore Park is a top spot to visit. Foreshore Park. It’s a great place for a family picnic with plenty of space for kids to run around. There’s also ponds with ducks and other water birds.

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Fort Scratchley
Fort Scratchley

Discover the fascinating history of Fort Scratchley with tunnel tours led by our passionate volunteers signup for the latest news & events Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.

Glenrock Lagoon
Glenrock Lagoon

Glenrock Lagoon, an intermediate freshwater small coastal creek, is located within the Lake Macquarie local government area in the Newcastle and Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia.

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Glenrock State Conservation Area
Glenrock State Conservation Area

Glenrock State Conservation Area, only 5km from Newcastle, is the perfect place for mountain biking. Explore the park’s beaches, rainforest walks and waterfalls on a school excursion or guided tour.

Gregson Park
Gregson Park

Gregson Park, Corner of Lindsay St & Steel St, Newcastle. Guide for Gregson Park events.

Hunter Region
Hunter Region

The Hunter Region, also commonly known as the Hunter Valley, is a region of New South Wales, Australia, extending from approximately 120 km (75 mi) to 310 km (193 mi) north of Sydney. It contains the Hunter River and its tributaries with highland areas to the north and south.

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Hunter Region Botanic Gardens
Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

Hunter Region Botanic Gardens, Heatherbrae, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.01 The Newcastle /ˈnjuːˌkɑːsəl/ metropolitan area is the second most populated area in the Australian state of New South Wales and includes most of the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local government areas.

Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia
Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia

Hunter Wetland Centre Australia is Australia’s longest-running community owned wetlands centre. After 33 years of serving our community in wetlands conservation, environmental education and eco-tourism we are undertaking a major Reset & Renewal Strategy in 2018.

Hunter Wetlands National Park
Hunter Wetlands National Park

It’s hard to believe Hunter Wetlands National Park, a haven for nature-lovers, is so close to the city of Newcastle. Pop the kids and their bikes in the car and head to Ash Island, where Riverside Park is just the spot for a picnic and easy cycling – or walks if you prefer – through rainforests and mangroves.

Karuah River
Karuah River

Karuah River, an open semi-mature tide dominated drowned valley estuary of the Mid-Coast Council system, is located in the Mid North Coast and Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia.

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Lake Macquarie
Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie Lake Macquarie Lake Macquarie is home to the largest permanent coastal saltwater lake in the southern hemisphere, 30 kilometres of pristine coastline and some of the most beautiful forests in New South Wales.

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Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area,
Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area,

Read more about Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area Come and enjoy the blissful lake lifestyle at Lake Macquarie. Twice the size of Sydney Harbour, it’s the biggest permanent saltwater lake in the Southern Hemisphere and provides stunning views, countless opportunities for boating, fishing and water sports, and is a haven for birdwatchers and nature-lovers.

Merewether Beach
Merewether Beach

Merewether Beach, home of four times World Surfing Champion, Mark Richards and Malibu Surfboard Riding Champion, Martin McMillan. No doubt this is part of the reason that Merewether Beaches National Surfing Reserve was declared in March 2009. The reserve stretches from Dixon Park in the north to Burwood Beach in the south.

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Merewether Ocean Baths
Merewether Ocean Baths

Newcastle Ocean Baths and Merewether Baths have a long history as popular swimming spots .

Mount Sugarloaf
Mount Sugarloaf

Mount Sugarloaf, also known as Great Sugar Loaf, is a mountain in the lower Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, overlooking the cities of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Cessnock and Maitland. The summit of the mountain is in the Lake Macquarie suburb of West Wallsend and access to the summit is gained via this suburb.

Newcastle Art Gallery
Newcastle Art Gallery

Tim Maguire exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery is cinematic in scale; romantic in nature Touching portrait of everlasting love wins KILGOUR PRIZE 2017 People's Choice Olsen gifts five new drawings and a sculpture to Newcastle Art Gallery

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Newcastle Beach
Newcastle Beach

Newcastle Beach has a reputation for being one of the best surf locations in Australia and is a favoured spot for board riders wishing to catch that perfect wave off Newcastle Point.

Newcastle Civic Park
Newcastle Civic Park

Newcastle's parks have an extensive choice of facilities and services so you can enjoy a host of recreational activities. They include playgrounds, barbecue, and picnic areas as well off-leash areas for your dog.

Newcastle Memorial Walk
Newcastle Memorial Walk

The Newcastle Memorial Walk was constructed to commemorate the centenary of ANZAC. The original concept for the project was a one-way walk along the cliff top with visitors having to turn around at the viewing platform and return the way they came via Strzelecki lookout.

Newcastle Museum
Newcastle Museum

Newcastle Museum aims to be an accessible, vibrant centre where there are always things to see, do and learn.

Nobbys Beach
Nobbys Beach

First beach on the Bather’s Way coastal walk. Picnic shelters and kiosk available, (during swimming season) at the beach. Free BBQs on foreshore area adjoining beach reserve. The walk between Nobbys Beach and Newcastle Ocean baths features the Historic Soldier’s Baths Rock Pool.

Nobbys Head
Nobbys Head

Nobbys Head (Aboriginal: Whibayganba) is a headland located on the southern entrance to Newcastle Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. The headland is situated above the Hunter River and the Tasman Sea of the South Pacific Ocean.

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Nobbys Head Light
Nobbys Head Light

State Indexes > NSW > Nobbys Head Lighthouse The Nobbys Head Lighthouse at Newcastle The Nobbys Head Lighthouse was established on an island whose future was doubtful right up the period prior to the light's establishment.

Pacific Park
Pacific Park

Pacific Park, Cnr Pacific Street and Scott Street, Newcastle. Guide for Pacific Park events.

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Port Stephens
Port Stephens

Port Stephens Be prepared to be relaxed, exhilarated, enchanted and amazed when you visit Port Stephens on the NSW coast... Easily accessible, just a few hours north of Sydney and 20 mins from Newcastle Airport.

Redhead Beach
Redhead Beach

Redhead is a coastal suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia 16 kilometres (10 mi) south of Newcastle's central business district on the Pacific Ocean. It was named for the appearance of its headland when viewed from the sea.

Sand Dune Adventures
Sand Dune Adventures

The guys at Sand dune Adventures, Andrew, Richard and Scott made us feel welcome from the moment we shook hands. They are extremely professional in explaining everything you need to know before you begin your adventures on quad bikes.

Springloaded Newcastle
Springloaded Newcastle

Skills, Fitness & Fun… All in One. Springloaded Gymnastics was born from our passion for fun, fitness and skill development. A place where people of all ages and abilities could come and have fun in a safe exciting environment.

Stockton Beach
Stockton Beach

Stockton Beach, on the Tasman Sea, starts on the northern side of the break wall that protects the entrance to Newcastle harbour in Stockton, Newcastle's northern most suburb, and stretches for 32 km (20 mi) in an approximate north-easterly direction to Anna Bay in Port Stephens.

Strzelecki Lookout
Strzelecki Lookout

You can connect with this bus from Newcastle CBD or The Junction or at Hamilton Station. There is a bus stop on High Street that is the closest to Memorial Walk. View the Newcastle Buses region map. Where is there parking available? There is limited parking at Strzelecki Lookout at the top of the hill.

The Lake Macquarie Variety Playground
The Lake Macquarie Variety Playground

Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Playgrounds ... We will still be in Newcastle a fair bit and still would ... For more info see shape.lakemac.com.au/variety-playground.

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The Lock-Up
The Lock-Up

Located in one of Newcastle’s most significant heritage buildings, The Lock-Up is a multidisciplinary contemporary arts space and inner city hub for creative thinking and doing.

The Obelisk
The Obelisk

Newcastle's Obelisk is another one of Newcastle's navigational aids. Prior to the building of the Obelisk in 1850 there was a windmill on the site to grind flour.

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TreeTops Newcastle
TreeTops Newcastle

Exit from the M1 at the Newcastle Link Rd. Turn left at traffic lights for Minmi exit. Follow this road, turn right at traffic lights onto Minmi Rd. Signs indicate the Blue Gum Hills Regional Park and TreeTop Adventure Park just after the curve on your right.

Tuggerah Lake
Tuggerah Lake

You can take a bus from Tuggerah Lake to Newcastle Airport (NTL) via Wyong Station, Stand A, Newcastle Interchange, Stewart Av, Customs House, Watt St, and Customs House, Stand 3 in around 3 h 32 min.

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Wallarah National Park
Wallarah National Park

Wallarah National Park, east of Lake Macquarie and 2km from the town of Swansea, gives you a sense of a remote wilderness setting but with the convenience of nearby fish and chips when that big one gets away. Wallarah is a great day trip from Newcastle, Gosford and Sydney.

Werakata National Park
Werakata National Park

Werakata National Park in the Lower Hunter Valley is loved by locals. It’s also close to Sydney, which makes for the perfect day trip. There are great cycling and walking trails and in spring they’re lined with purple, orange and yellow wildflowers, like acacias and banksias.

Worimi
Worimi

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) will be conducting a “wild dog ground baiting program” in the Worimi Conservation Lands and Tilligerry State Conservation Area reserves from 26 th Jun 17 to 28 th Jul 17 .

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