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Top Things to Do in Newcastle, Australia from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cathedral Church of Christ the King, or Christ Church Cathedral, in Newcastle, New South Wales Australia is the Anglican cathedral of the Diocese of Newcastle. The church, designed by John Horbury Hunt in the Gothic Revival style, is located on a hill at the city's eastern end in the suburb called The Hill.

home - Fort Scratchley Historic Site

Fort Scratchley Historic Site, with its commanding position guarding the Hunter River Estuary, is undoubtedly Newcastle's most spectacular vantage point and is worth the visit for the view alone. Overlooking Nobbys Beach and lighthouse, the Fortress boasts panoramic ocean, coastline, harbour and city views.

Oakvale Farm & Fauna World - Port Stephens, NSW, Australia

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Newcastle Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Newcastle Museum is a museum in Newcastle, New South Wales. The museum was founded in 1988.

Bathers Way

Stretching from the commanding lighthouse at Nobbys Headland to the coastal wilderness of Glenrock Reserve and the early coal workings at Burwood Beach, Newcastle's Bathers Way is a scenic 5km coastal walk waiting for you to discover, play, swim and eat any way you choose.

The Lock-up Cultural Centre

Artist in Residence Program The Lock-Up Cultural Centre is a unique destination located in the heart of Newcastle's heritage precinct. The building was originally Newcastle Police Station and Lock-Up from 1861 through to 1982 and is an important example of colonial government architecture.

Hunter Estuary Wetlands

The Hunter Estuary Wetlands comprise a group of associated wetlands at and near the mouth of the Hunter River in the city of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Some 30 km 2 of the wetlands has been recognised as being of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention.

St. Andrew's Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

St. Andrew's Church, Church of St Andrew, or variants thereof, may refer to: