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Maritime Centre Newcastle
Newcastle
After more than two centuries of operation, the Port of Newcastle remains a globally recognised hub.
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Miss Porters House
Newcastle
Miss Hazel Porter lived all her life at 434 King Street, Newcastle until her death in 1997 aged 83. Not wishing her home to be redeveloped, she bequeathed the property, its contents and endowment to the National Trust. The freestanding Edwardian terrace built by her father, Herbert Porter in 1909 has been little changed over the years. Entrusted to the care of the National Trust, it survives as a poignant insight into the homes of an era, and the quiet and careful lives of the Porter family.
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Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre
Muswellbrook
The Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre is located on the New England Highway three hours drive northwest of Sydney and two hours from Newcastle. The town of Muswellbrook lies in the Upper Hunter region among a diverse rural and industrial economy encompassing coal mining, farming, vineyards and the horse industry.
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Newcastle Beach
Newcastle
Newcastle Beach has a reputation for being one of the best surf locations in Australia and is a favoured spot for board riders wishing to catch that perfect wave off Newcastle Point.
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Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle
Opened in 1929, Newcastle City Hall is one of Newcastle's most unique and prestigious venues. Its old world charm and stunning architecture, including sandstone walls and pillars, marble staircases, clock tower and sweeping ballroom, is reminiscent of a bygone era.
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Newcastle East Heritage Walk
Newcastle
Newcastle East is the birthplace of the city and the Hunter Region. The intensive utilisation of Newcastle East in the past for industry, transport, services and living has left layers of history apparent in every view. The Newcastle East Heritage Walk takes you on a journey past many points of interest and spectacular coastal views that will enrich your understanding of Newcastle East's remarkable History.
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Newcastle Ocean Baths
Newcastle
With its distinctive and architecturally significant Art Deco pavilion, Newcastle Ocean Baths is one of the city's outstanding historic landmarks and is a popular informal open air studio for amateur photographers. The Ocean Baths were constructed and in use before WWI, though not formally opened until the 1920s. The baths' popularity has never waned throughout the ensuring decades and thousands of Novocastrians remember it fondly as the place where they first learned to swim. Construction began in 1910 with the construction of the pavilion beginning in 1922.
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Nobbys Beach
Newcastle
Newcastle's highest profile beach, with council Lifeguard Services provided Monday to Saturday year round and volunteer members of Nobbys Surf Lifesaving Club provide beach patrols on Sundays during the swimming season. It is a favoured swimming spot for family groups and those learning to surf.
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Paterson Rail Motor Society
Paterson
The Rail Motor Society is based about 50 kilometres north of Newcastle in the Historic town of Paterson; it is comprised of a group of Volunteers, dedicated and passionate about restoring, maintaining and operating rail motors. The group operates out of the Old Station's Masters Cottage in Paterson Goods Yard.
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Sacred Spaces
Singleton
Sacred Spaces - the Singleton Mercy Convent
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