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Newcastle Hotel & Accommodation
Nestled in the heart of the Hunter Region, Newcastle is renowned for its rich history, quirky arts culture and thriving dining and shopping scene. The second most populated area of New South Wales, it's around 2 hours from the Sydney CBD.
An ever changing city which thrives in business, research and industry, there's something to see and do in Newcastle for everyone whether you're embarking on a work trip, family holiday, romantic retreat or a weekend away with friends.
One of NSW's major tourist hubs, getting here is easy. Driving from Sydney will take around two hours. Newcastle also has an airport just 30 mins from the city centre, with many direct flights available from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Newcastle is also part of the CityRail network, with regular connections from Sydney's main train stations.
From deluxe hotels to cosy motels and bed and breakfasts, there is no shortage of Newcastle accommodation options ranging in price and location.
Resting on a peninsula bordered by the magnificent working harbour and spectacular surfing and swimming beaches, Newcastle's city centre is surrounded by eight beaches including popular summer spots - Merewether, Nobbys and Bar Beach.
Besides its port views, Newcastle is a bustling cultural centre with a cluster of galleries and boutiques scattered along Darby Street precinct, and inner-city suburbs Newcastle East and Cooks Hill.
The stunning Art Deco Newcastle Civic Theatre hosts a range of amazing shows from musicals, plays, concerts and dance events, while the local Newcastle Art Gallery boasts one of Australia's leading collections of art with local, national and international works.
Fort Scratchley Historic Site is one of Newcastle's most spectacular vantage spots, overlooking the Hunter River Estuary and Nobbys Beach and lighthouse
Newcastle has an incredible range of dining options, whether you're looking for a quick bite or fine dining. Boasting world-class produce and a charming setting, Newcastle's harbour side restaurants offer scenic maritime views by day and glittering shores at nighttime. The iconic Beaumont Street also hosts a range of Mediterranean restaurants and trendy sidewalk cafes.
For shopping, the Junction is a swanky inner-city suburb of Newcastle filled with designer labels, unique jewellery and hip home wares. Brimming with trendy restaurants and cafes, you won't look far to find a delightful brunch spot.
Book yourself some Newcastle accommodation and be charmed by the vibrant coastal city.