Newcastle Attractions

Sharing and collecting stories that have shaped the region and its people, Newcastle Museum brings together significant moments of past, present and future, calling visitors to discover what the city ...
Thriving in the scene of all things cool, creative and culture rich, Newcastle Art Gallery is the hub of the region's art scene, home to some 5,000 works. Its diverse range of public programs and ever...
The Prince of Wales Hotel

The Prince of Wales Hotel

   Opens at 11:00:AM

Merewether

Bird watching, canoe & bike hire, picnic & BBQ facilities.
Explore the rich maritime history of Newcastle and the Hunter River. Learn about the Port's importance to the development of Australia from the early days of European settlement to the present time.
Nova Cruises operates from Newcastle Harbour offering a wide range of scheduled cruises including; Newcastle Whale Watching Cruises, Newcastle Harbour Luncheon Cruises, Hunter River Discovery Cruises,...
At the foot of the cliffs on the southern end of Newcastle Beach, the Bogey Hole is a rock pool built by convicts in 1822 for the commandant's private use. The Obelisk overlooks King Edward Park and w...
Blackbutt Reserve provides nature trails, wildlife exhibits, children’s playgrounds and recreational facilities. It is the perfect place for a relaxing family picnic or to explore the wonders of natur...
Departs Newcastle Railway Station. 45 minute tour of the second oldest city in Australia, blending beauty with history.
Distinguished by being only 100 metres from the heart of the city. There are many other beaches within a short walk of the main shopping complex, such as Nobby's, Bar Beach, Merewether and Dixon Park.