13-20 January 2024
We're thrilled to host the Australian Deaf Games in the vibrant city of Newcastle, and we want to ensure that your time here is not only filled with exciting competitions but also with unforgettable experiences.
Below, we've curated a guide to help you make the most of your stay, providing information on activities, local attractions, and transportation options.
Take advantage of Newcastle's stunning coastline. Whether you're a beach enthusiast or just want to relax, visit iconic spots like Nobbys Beach and Merewether Beach.
Take a stroll
Enjoy panoramic views of the city and coastline from Newcastle's famous landmarks - the Nobbys Head lighthouse or the Anzac Memorial Walk.
Experience the culture
Immerse yourself in Newcastle's rich culture visiting one of the many independant art galleries, uncover the outdoor street art and murals decorating our city, or explore the historic Newcastle Museum.
Indulge in delectable cuisine at Honeysuckle precinct's waterfront restaurants, offering a diverse range of dining options.
Eat + Drink
Discover the city's trendy culinary scene on Darby Street, lined with eclectic cafes, restaurants, and boutiques.
Eat + Drink
Experience the vibrant nightlife in the city center. Check out local bars and pubs for a relaxing evening with fellow participants.
Maps + Guides
View the Newcastle Visitor guide and helpful self-guided walking trail maps.
Getting Here + Around
Whether you’re travelling by road, rail or air, Newcastle is in easy reach.
Newcastle Info Centre
Drop by the Info Centre to for insider tips to exploring our city and uncovering it's hidden gems.
Make sure to check the official Australian Deaf Games schedule for your specific event timings and locations.
Locations and Details
A wide range of different sports competitions that will be held at Newcastle and Lake Macquarie sporting locations.
This program will embrace a variety of activities/events to celebrate and showcase our unique culture.