ADD TO LISTNewcastle attracts a decent number of travelers visiting Australia, and it can be worth stopping by if you're traveling through the area. Most travelers go to check out the Newy and enjoy Newcastle's surfing and beaches. Explore this Newcastle travel guide to get more ideas for things to see and do.
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Four+one daily itineraries for visitors to the
1) Beach Day: Swim a few laps at the Merewether Baths to get the motors firing for the day. Grab an early cappuccino from Swell and sip it on the beach. Walk the sand to
2) Saturday in the City: Hit one of the
3) Port Stephens: hit the dunes with Sand Safaris in the morning – sandboards, quadbikes, four-wheel drives and even camels are the optional modes of safari transport. Wash off the sweat and silica with a dip at One Mile or Birubi beaches then head into
4) The Hunter Vineyards: a slow drive up the valley is in order. Stop in and have a quick explore of Neath, Stanford Merthyr or Cessnock to get an idea of village life. Do a morning tour of a few wineries and stop in at the Smelly Cheese shop for some gorgeous brie or washed rind to go with your new bottle of Semillon. Wander through the
5) Mix it and match it: pick the eyes out of the options above and design your own plan!
Night life starts between 11pm and 1am so get a lot of sleep before going out to party. When you do go out, don't be afraid of talking to people (they love the American accent). As far as money, just start a tab and let the banks deal with the currency.
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