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.
There is so much to love about Lake Macquarie, mixing pleasure, adventure and experience to create the perfect coastal getaway or destination for a daytrip from neighbouring Newcastle. Enjoy a day of boating and fishing on a lake twice the size of Sydney Harbour, explore the sea caves at Caves Beach on a low tide, take a self-guided tour of the historic mining town of Catherine Hill Bay, bushwalk to spectacular waterfalls in the Watagans National Park and stroll along the foreshore and grab a bite to eat at the lakeside town of Warners Bay.
There really is no shortage of things to see in do in Lake Macquarie.
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