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Must Visit Travel Destination

Come and discover why Newcastle was rated a top city for Travel by Lonely Planet

Must Visit Travel Destination

Beaches & Coastline

There are few cities in the world that can say their city centre is surrounded by eight spectacular beaches

Beaches & Coastline

Walking & Cycling

Kilometres of coastal pathways waiting for you to discover, play, swim and eat anyway you choose

Walking & Cycling

World Class Festival & Event Destination

Newcastle has been four times named a world festival & events city by the International Festivals & Events Association

World Class Festival & Event Destination

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Daily flights to Newcastle from Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ballina/Byron Bay, Canberra, Sydney and more with connecting international flights.

Newcastle, Australia's seventh largest city, is only 160kms north of Sydney. It is located in the heart of the Hunter Region and is bordered by a stunning coastline with beautiful beaches.

All within an hour's drive, Newcastle is ideally located to access amazing beaches in Newcastle and Port Stephens; world-class wineries in the Hunter Valley; a world-heritage listed rainforest, Barrington Tops; Australia's largest salt water lake, Lake Macquarie; and some of the world's most famous horse studs in the Upper Hunter.

Easily accessible by air with several flights departing daily, rail, boat, interstate and local coach services. The City offers a range of local public transport services, as well as world class cycle ways and walking tracks.

Newcastle's proximity to Sydney and surrounds makes it an easy getaway for a weekend or longer stay.

Newcastle, Australia's seventh largest city, is only 160kms north of Sydney. It is located in the heart of the Hunter Region and is bordered by a stunning coastline with beautiful beaches.

All within an hour's drive, Newcastle is ideally located to access amazing beaches in Newcastle and Port Stephens; world-class wineries in the Hunter Valley; a world-heritage listed rainforest, Barrington Tops; Australia's largest salt water lake, Lake Macquarie; and some of the world's most famous horse studs in the Upper Hunter.

Easily accessible by air with several flights departing daily, rail, boat, interstate and local coach services. The City offers a range of local public transport services, as well as world class cycle ways and walking tracks.

Newcastle's proximity to Sydney and surrounds makes it an easy getaway for a weekend or longer stay.

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