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Centre commercial
“Charlestown Square is a major regional shopping centre in Charlestown, New South Wales, a suburb of the city of Lake Macquarie. Charlestown Square is the largest shopping and entertainment destination in the Hunter region with more stores and more parking. Address: 30 Pearson St, Charlestown NSW 2290 Opened: 1979”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Zoo
“Pop to Blackbutt Reserve to visit some very special native animals. Housing koalas, kangaroos, reptiles, emus & peacocks, Blackbutt is an exciting destination for both children and adults alike. ”
  • 64 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“Westfield Kotara is a shopping centre located in the suburb of Kotara in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. It was opened in 1965 as Kotara Fair. In 2003 the shopping centre was purchased by the Westfield Group. The centre's major tenants include Coles, Target, Kmart, Woolworths and a David Jones. Address: Corner Park Avenue &, Northcott Dr, Kotara NSW 2289”
  • 39 personnes du coin recommandent
Galerie d'art
“Newcastle Art Gallery presents a dynamic range of exhibitions and events for the local community and visitors alike, and is nationally recognised for one of the finest public collections in Australia. lack Totem II, one of only two large sculptures ever produced by the late Australian artist, Brett Whiteley stands 11 metres high in the Gallery forecourt, and John Olsen's ceiling painting The sea sun of five bells 1964 is on permanent display inside. It's collection continues to grow, through the support of the Newcastle Art Gallery Foundation, the Newcastle Art Gallery Society, and the benefaction of countless individuals, artists, and companies. Founded on a 1945 bequest from Dr Roland Pope consisting of almost 200 major Australian paintings, it now numbers more than 6,700 works. Key artists include: Arthur Boyd, David Boyd, Rupert Bunny, Judy Cassab, Grace Cossington-Smith, John Coburn, William Dobell, Donald Friend, Emily Kame Kgnwarreye, Margaret Olley, Margaret Preston, Lloyd Rees, Brett Whiteley, as well as extensive Indigenous art and Japanese ceramics sub-collections. The nation’s first purpose-built regional gallery; Newcastle Art Gallery was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in March 1977.”
  • 35 personnes du coin recommandent
Fleuriste
“Newcastle Museum is a vibrant and welcoming centre for and about Newcastle. The new Museum opened to the community on 4 August 2011. Located in the historic Honeysuckle Railway workshops, the Museum is right in the heart of Newcastle. The new Museum is a more than simply a re-invention of the original Newcastle Regional Museum which was located in Newcastle West and founded in 1988 as a Bicentennial project. It is a reinvigorated, contemporary Museum that brings new exhibitions and experiences in a centre designed to provide efficient and sustainable services as well as appealing and accessible programs. Newcastle Museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays except during holidays when it remains open seven days a week. The Museum aims to be as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. Entry is free.”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
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“Merewether Surfhouse is a top destination for a drink and feed with beautiful views.”
  • 56 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“Newcastle's Memorial Walk is a spectacular coastal walk with a personal connection for thousands of locals. The 450 metre walk along the cliff top links Newcastle’s Strzelecki Lookout to Bar Beach. Built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in 1915 and the commencement of steel making in Newcastle; it acts as a magnificent memorial to the men and women of the Hunter who served their community and their country. The Walk is located above Memorial Drive The Hill, on Strzelecki Headland (between Bar Beach and King Edward Park).”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Museum
“This is the site of an old fort originally built in the early 1800s and is the only fort in Australia to have fired its guns at the Japanese during WWII. It's a nice historical spot that kids will love but there is also a great view of the harbour and city from the lawns.”
  • 39 personnes du coin recommandent
Nature
“Head out on the breakwall past the lighthouse for a lovely walk being surrounded by water! Watch the big container ships come into port right next to you walking.”
  • 35 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“Connecting to Bathers Way is the poignant Newcastle Memorial Walk. Suspended above the sea, this scenic bridge and walkway was built to commemorate the centenary of the ANZACs (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) and honor the fallen soldiers. You can also spot whales from here during their annual migration, from late May through early November.”
  • 31 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Take a bicycle ride, do a scenic walk, take a jog this place is absolutely beautiful it is a must see when coming to Newcastle if you like nature”
  • 27 personnes du coin recommandent
Pub
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“Honeysuckle Hotel is not your traditional Restaurant / Bar / Pub, Located right on the harbour in the Honeysuckle precinct. Honeysuckle Hotel offers great views, regular entertainment and a dance floor, for more options near by head to the boardwalk to explore more bars and restaurants all with harbour views.”
  • 26 personnes du coin recommandent
Bed and Breakfast
“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. Lifeguard Services are provided seven days a week during swimming season. A stroll between Newcastle Beach and Nobbys Beach will take approximately 15 minutes along the scenic Bather’s Way, with iconic Newcastle Ocean Baths in between. There is easy access from Newcastle Central Business District, train and bus facilities. Plus it has a kiosk and shaded table area, (kiosk open during swimming season), volley ball nets and change room facilities available.”
  • 22 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“Market town shopping centre is spread over two sites. One side has a Coles and specialty shops and the other side has Woolworths and Big W and specialitiy shops. Dan Muprhys and Liquorland, Post Office, Chemists, health food stores, fashion shops, Newsagents etc. it's all there. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
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“Great breakfast and lunch on the shores of Lake Macquarie and 5 mins drive up the road ”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Natural Feature
“FISHING The waterways of Lake Macquarie provide a spectacular aquatic environment ideal for visiting anglers keen to chase after flathead, bream, whiting and seasonal species. If you wish to go fishing the closest place is 10 minute walk from the Lodge, at Wyee Point Reserve. You can access the lake frontage from the Boat Ramp via a bush track at the end of Government Road. There is no fishing on Short Street, as all the jettys are privately owned. Other spots are: - On the water: The Drop Over, Marks Point and Pulbah Island. - On the shore: Lucy’s Wall, Swansea Heads, Shingle Splitters Point and Balcolyn - With the kids: Pelican Foreshore Reserve, Pelican and Speers Point Park. ”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent

Meilleurs restaurants

Café
“Merewether Surfhouse is a top destination for a drink and feed with beautiful views.”
  • 56 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“Grab a bite to eat and relax overlooking the ocean at this popular location. Just 10 min walk or take advantage of the courtesy bus. ”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Rustica offers stunning views overlooking Newcastle Beach. Mediterranean cuisine and a full selection of fine wines. Rustica Newcastle Beach was established in 2011, and offers diners a varied menu featuring dishes from tapas, to main fare, that is typical of med-basin Mediterranean cuisine. Their chefs source local product where they can, including Port Stephens oysters, Upper Hunter lamb, and Hunter Valley verjuice. Call 02 4929 3333 to book your reservation for casual or corporate dining today. $$ - $$$, Mediterranean, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options. U 2 1 King St | Newcastle Beach, Newcastle”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“Swansea Hotel has live music on the weekends in the afternoons, especially Sunday afternoon. Good vibe and cheap drinks and food, too!”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Marchand de vins et spiritueux
“Jump on the tram and travel a few stops or go for a stroll for some great craft beer selections and good food.”
  • 20 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“Club looks over Channel so pleasant place to Dine. Reasonably priced meals. Seniors meals available. Shuttle Service Available (Gold Coin Donation Encouraged to help keep service running).”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Brasserie
“Warehouse vibe, interesting craft beers brewed on site, fresh generous meals at reasonable price.”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
“This place is great for coffee, breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Junction is a great to place shop and eat - and this place is my pick. The food is fabulous, the setting is lovely, and the staff are friendly. ”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent

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