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Where to stay in Newcastle

Exploring Newcastle

Perched between a working harbour and beautiful beaches, Newcastle is a vibrant cosmopolitan city. It has a great arts scene, cool bars, acclaimed restaurants and accommodation options aplenty. The beaches in Newcastle are great for surfing. After enjoying the sun, head over to one of the many harbourside restaurants or bars at Honeysuckle or head to Beaumont Street to dine at outdoor mediterranean-style cafes. You can also head over to Darby Street, in Cooks Hill, a bohemian strip with eclectic boutiques, bookshops and cafes.

Accommodations in Newcastle

The most popular hotel in Newcastle is the Valley View Bed & Breakfast, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Newcastle Executive Homes - Cooks Hill Cottage in Newcastle as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Newcastle

- Nobbys Head Beach

Nobbys Head was called Nobbys Island until it was joined to the mainland by the construction of the southern Hunter River entrance wall in 1846. The small beach located here is relatively protected and a great place to visit. Nearby you will find Nobby's Lighthouse where you can enjoy sweeping views of the city and Pacific Ocean.

- Newcastle Showground

The centre hosts many local, national and international acts as well as providing a venue for exhibitions, conferences, sporting events and functions. It is the home of the Newcastle Agricultural Show, the Newcastle City Farmers Market and is also used for a range of exhibitions, sales and shows. If you happen to visit on a Sunday, make sure to visit the Farmers Market, where you will find a range of fresh produce, toys, books and handmade artifacts.

Transportation in Newcastle

Newcastle is a pretty easy place to navigate. There's pretty much two major roads that lead into the city - the M1 and Pacific Highway - and with a regional airport (Newcastle Airport) located just 20 minutes drive from the main district, and bus, train and taxi services throughout the city, travel in and around Newcastle is stress free.