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Blacksmiths Beach
Blacksmiths
Blacksmiths Beach is a patrolled beach at the southern end of a nine-mile stretch of coastline. It is popular with families, as it is known as being safe for swimming. The breakwall, which acts as the border between the beach and the Swansea Channel is also popular with walkers, cyclists and fishermen. Blacksmiths Beach is also home to Swansea/Belmont Surf Lifesaving Club.
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Camelot Lavender Gardens
Dungog
Camelot Lavender Gardens, Camelot Llamas and Follyfoot Rare Breeds Farm is situated in a delightful country setting at Wallarobba, midway between the towns of Dungog and Paterson. They have a delightful heritage garden growing roses and lavender. The cafe serves Devonshire Teas and light lunches. Try the lavender scones served with a selection of their award winning jams and fresh Hunter Valley country cream.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Parks and Gardens; Shopping; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Earlyn Tea-Garden
Gloucester
Earlyn Country Tea-Garden has been developed on a rural property as a specialty tea-garden. The gardens and associated infrastructure have been established as an original and interesting display set in an idyllic location that offers visitors the opportunity to relax and take time to enjoy the surroundings.
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Hunter Wetlands Centre
Shortland
The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a conservation sanctuary, providing a habitat for over 250 wildlife species. Located on 45 hectares of Ramsar listed wetlands, it is the perfect nature-based tourism destination to explore, discover and relax and is only 10 minutes from Newcastle central business district, in the Hunter Region of New South Wales.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Lake Macquarie
Blacksmiths
One of Australia's largest permanent coastal salt water lake, also the name of the surrounding city with the main towns being Belmont, Charlestown, Cooranbong, Toronto, Swansea and Morisset.
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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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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Landmarks and Buildings; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Misty Glen Wines
Pokolbin
Misty Glen Wines are made from grapes grown on the Misty Glen boutique vineyard in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Misty Glen pride themselves on producing small quantities of great quality wines to be enjoyed on all occasions. Over the years many award winning wines have been produced.
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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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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Sacred Spaces
Singleton
Sacred Spaces - the Singleton Mercy Convent
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Tranquil Vale Vineyard
Luskintyre
Tranquil Vale is a boutique vineyard located on the Hunter River close to Maitland and Pokolbin. Take time to enjoy this truly tranquil country setting. The vineyard was established in 1996 and specialises in three main varieties, Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz, but they always like to have the odd suprise, like their Sparkling Wine.
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