The beachside city of Newcastle is nestled in the heart of the Hunter Region.Read More
Newcastle has a rich history and a culture that embraces quirky art, fine dining, and excellent shopping. Its numerous tourist attractions, like museums, galleries, and natural landmarks along the coast, frequently draw an array of visitors.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and apartment hotel accommodation, in a city location in Newcastle. Travelodge Newcastle is centrally located and offers comfortable and affordable accommodation.
As a city that is surrounded by eight beaches, with the most popular being Newcastle, Nobbys, Merewether and Bar Beach, water sports thrive in Newcastle. No matter the season, locals and visitors to this city love swimming, fishing, boating, and surfing.
The area around Darby Street, in Newcastle, is known for its galleries, boutiques, and theatres as well as its great coffee.
Many Newcastle days end in a harbour side eatery. Here, a diverse range of bars, restaurants and cafés offer views that transform from bustling maritime activity to glimmering lights on tranquil waters.Read Less
Newcastle is a dynamic coastal city and Travelodge Hotel Newcastle is centrally located to all that this cosmopoliton city has to offer. Newcastle is also the gateway to the magnificent Hunter Valley wine region.
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This centrally located and beautifully restored Art Deco theatre performs a range of dance, drama, musicals, and concerts.
Housing a comprehensive collection of Australian art, this gallery also hosts many touring international exhibitions.
Running from Newcastle all the way to Sydney, this 250km track has several side tracks, landmarks and lookouts to explore.
A landmark site, with a rich military history, holding a commanding position on the Hunter River Estuary and affording breathtaking views.
This beautiful church is the site of a Japanese submarine attack during WWII and the Newcastle earthquake of 1989.
An immaculate and picturesque beach that is a favourite with surfers, kite surfers and visitors to Nobby’s Lighthouse.
Explore over 180 hectares of natural wildlife, complete with native animal exhibits, family picnic areas, a playground and a café.
The largest regional museum in Australia, this free exhibition space holds special events, public talks, and fascinating tours.
With its Art Deco pavilion and adjacent canoe pool, these landmark baths are a favourite with swimmers and lovers of architecture alike.
Explore maritime history including ship wrecks and rescues, as you look at captain’s logs, photos, uniforms and interactive displays.
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