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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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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area
Morisset East
Seven areas around the foreshore of Lake Macquarie make up the state conservation area. Awaba Bay, the most northerly section, has a foreshore walking track that meanders through dry sclerophyll forest, past shell middens and to a tranquil wetland where bird and frog calls can be heard year round. The bushland and open space of Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area lines 16 kilometres of foreshore.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Scenic Drives and Walks;
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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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
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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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Maitland Regional Art Gallery
Maitland
Maitland Regional Art Gallery or MRAG is situated in the Hunter Region 30 minutes west of Newcastle. It sits just east of the tourist center of the Hunter Valley Vineyards
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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;
Margan Restaurant and Cellar Door
Broke
Margan Restaurant is one part of the Margan Family Winegrowers business owned by husband and wife team, Lisa and Andrew Margan.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries;
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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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Landmarks and Buildings; Scenic Drives and Walks; Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries;
Maritime Centre Newcastle
Newcastle
After more than two centuries of operation, the Port of Newcastle remains a globally recognised hub.
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Merewether Beach
Merewether
Merewether Beach, home of four times World Surfing Champion, Mark Richards and Malibu Surfboard Riding Champion, Martin McMillan. No doubt this is part of the reason that Merewether Beaches National Surfing Reserve was declared in March 2009. The reserve stretches from Dixon Park in the north to Burwood Beach in the south.
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