Newcastle Hotel Accommodation
Newcastle is a metropolis found around 120 km north of Sydney. It is New South Wales’ second largest city. As Australia’s oldest seaport, it is (was?) the world’s largest coal exporter. The city has so many things to offer. It serves as a great base for tourists who want to explore more of New South Wales. Architecture enthusiasts will delight in the city’s heritage architecture. Aside from this, there are many other places to explore. These include the Queen’s Wharf Tower, Blackbutt Reserve, Nobbys Head, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Fort Scratchley, and King Edward Park.
The city also has some notable festivals. The Mattara Festival, a weeklong festival characterized by a car race, a grand parade, and market stalls, is usually held in the later part of September to the earlier part of October. Celebrated at around the same time is the This Is Not Art Festival, an interesting festival which showcases works of young and aspiring artists. Another popular event is Surfest which happens to be the country’s largest surf festival.
Newcastle has many budget, mid-range, and first class accommodations and restaurants. There are also lots of shops that cater to all types of audiences. For those who yearn for the sun, sand, and clear waters, Bar Beach is located close by and is reputed to be the best of the beaches around the city.
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