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Top recommendations from locals

Centre commercial
“Huge shopping centre only a 30 min car trip lots of cool shops and cinemas. We favour the Hoyts around the corner from here awesome comfy seats and nice a quiet.”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants
Zoo
“Free entry, paid parking, A must see! A variety of animals, beautiful walks, picnic areas, good in a weather. A favourite for kids of all ages. A large area with plenty of space to explore.”
  • Recommandé par 63 habitants
Centre commercial
“Second biggest shopping outlet in Newcastle. Loved by all. Big restaurant area on top floor. Inside fats food dining options too ”
  • Recommandé par 38 habitants
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.”
  • Recommandé par 35 habitants
Fleuriste
“Interesting museum on the coal history of Newcastle with some great science exhibits”
  • Recommandé par 29 habitants
Café
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“Aside from its smart design and spectacular location what’s most to love about Merewether Surfhouse is the way in which it caters to both young and old. Upstairs on the left you have the child free, older sophisticated set who are partial to a bevy or two. On the right there’s the a-la-carte restaurant, with flavours that reflect a modern Australian menu. Go down a level and you’ll find the function spaces, perfect for that seaside wedding or smart business do. Hit the ground floor and this is where it really gets busy. From dawn to dusk you can find mums, dads, kids and grandparents, scooters and bikes, runners and dawdlers, and the odd four footed friend cruising up and down one of the busiest pathways in Newcastle. For those looking for a lazy breakfast or afternoon get-together the Surfhouse café offers not only some tasty bites but a super relaxed vibe. Looking for something even more relaxed then head to the Pizza Shop and get amongst a slice of pizza, a beer or soda and a scoop of gelato. The café is a fab place to take the kids, not only is the menu perfect for the little ones but the chilled approach that staff take to kids on bikes, scooters and trikes is supa cool.”
  • Recommandé par 55 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“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).”
  • Recommandé par 46 habitants
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.”
  • Recommandé par 39 habitants
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.”
  • Recommandé par 35 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“This is a great walk for people of all fitness levels. It overlooks all of Newcastle famous beaches, great spot for viewing dolphins and whales when it's the right season and a great spot to watch the sunset. It has been set up as a memorial reflection and is a popular spot for all ages. If you're wanting to do a longer walk, you can continue walking all the way to Merewether beach or back the other way up Bar Beach Hill towards King Edward park- enjoying the stunning views along the way.”
  • Recommandé par 29 habitants
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”
  • Recommandé par 27 habitants
Pub
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“Music, food, functions, lunch or dinner and late evenings on the harbour. I love listening to the ships" horns as they come and go.”
  • Recommandé par 25 habitants
Bed & Breakfast
“Have coffee at the beach and enjoy the view of surfers playing in the water.”
  • Recommandé par 20 habitants
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. ”
  • Recommandé par 23 habitants
Cafe
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“Great breakfast and lunch on the shores of Lake Macquarie and 5 mins drive up the road ”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
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. ”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants