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Where to stay in Newcastle

Exploring Newcastle

Home to the world’s largest coal exporting harbour, Newcastle is New South Wales’ second-largest metropolis, with a population of more than 150,000. Located just 100 miles to the north of Sydney, the coastal city is often referred to as the crown of the Hunter River and is the Hunter Region’s most important hub. It is a thriving tourist destination, complete with a huge range of relaxing and entertaining landmarks, from the golden-sand beaches around Nobbys Head, to the sprawling wineries nestled throughout the nearby Hunter Valley.

Hotels in Newcastle

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Newcastle is the Cherryhill Lodge, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Meelmore Lodge in Newcastle as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Newcastle

- Dundrum Castle

Dumdrum Castle is believed to have been built in or around 1177, this Norman castle is open everyday and offers visitors views of the sea and Mourne Mountains.

- Newcastle Beach

Newcastle Beach is a sand and pebble beach located on the town of Newcastle. It is about a mile and a half long and its perfect location with news of the nearby Mourne Mountains make it a favorite among locals and tourists alike.

Transportation in Newcastle

Newcastle’s public transportation network revolves around buses and ferries, with limited train travel possible. The city’s bus network is efficient and inexpensive. The bus system in Newcastle operates with timed ticketing, so tourists can purchase one-hour, four-hour, or one-day tickets allowing them to ride as many buses within that time as they need to. There are two train lines running through Newcastle. The Newcastle and Central Coast Line connects the city to Sydney, while the Hunter Line travels west into the Hunter Valley region.