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Nobbys Lighthouse

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Lucilara
Lucilara
November 21, 2019
Its beautiful specially in sunrise, its very common to see dolphins, whales or seals while walking on the break wall.
Sarah
Sarah
November 10, 2019
Lovely walk to the light house and break wall.
Emily
Emily
November 27, 2018
Nobbys Lighthouse is open on Sundays for coffee and i has a great view back over Newcastle
Bnbcare
Bnbcare
November 10, 2018
Great views, opens Sundays
Libby
Libby
June 5, 2018
Ope every Sunday, amazing views to Nelson Bay and along the Newcastle foreshore.

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137-139 King St
Newcastle East, NSW 2300
Téléphone(02) 4929 4644
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