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Christ Church Cathedral
Newcastle
Take a tour of Christ Church Cathedral and discover its rich history. A survivor of the Japanese submarine attack of WWII and the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake, Christ Church Cathedral is now a fully restored masterpiece. It is built on a site overlooking the city which has been a place of worship for over 190 years, beautiful grounds and views surround the city
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Dungog Cinema
Dungog
The Dungog Cinema is the oldest still operating purpose-built cinema in Australia.
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King Edward Park
Newcastle
King Edward Park was dedicated as a recreation reserve in 1863. Within the grounds was a bowling green and the Obelisk, built as a navigational marker in 1850; the focal point is a Victorian rotunda.
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Lock-Up Cultural Centre
Newcastle
The Lock-Up was the Newcastle Police Station from 1861 until its closure in 1982. Listed in the NSW Heritage Register, the Lock-Up building is believed to be the only example in NSW that includes the work of three of the State's important early architects.
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Maitland Gaol
East Maitland
Maitland Gaol in the Hunter has a vibrant history spanning more than 150 years. After housing some of Australia's most hardened and notorious criminals, Maitland Gaol closed in 1998. The cell doors have now been swung open, with visitors invited to serve a small amount of time learning about the facility, its past prisoners and daring escapes.
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Margan Restaurant
Broke
Margan Restaurant, Winner Best Tourism Restaurant in NSW and Hunter Valley 2010 and 2011, and Cellar Door are located in the peaceful rural village of Broke Hunter Valley, where Margan provides customers with a unique and complete food and wine tourism experience. Margan was established in 1997 by husband and wife Lisa and Andrew Margan, and is proud to be considered a leading premium Hunter Valley wine producer.
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Margan Restaurant and Hunter Valley Wines
Broke
Margan (Best Restaurant, Tourism NSW and Hunter) and Cellar Door/Winery (Best Cellar Door finalist, Tourism Hunter) are located in the peaceful rural village of Broke Hunter Valley, where Margan provides customers with a unique and complete food and wine tourism experience.
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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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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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