Things To Do In Newcastle
Places to visit
For travellers who are carrying out their trips during the autumn season, head down to Hunter Valley to catch a breathtaking view of the warm orange-red hue leaves in their vineyards. It is something that’s photo-worthy, so don’t let the prime season slip, they fall when winter comes. If you would like to find out more about our coach and minibus hire services, book bus hire in Newcastle, call or send us an email.
If you are in need of a guided tour, why not try out Port Stephens Day Tour. Some of the itineraries include going to a reptile park, watching dolphins atop a cruise (a chance to get close to them if the weather permits), and even a 4WD ride experience – for adrenaline seekers!
Want to do nothing else and just catch a show? Sit down and relax over at Newcastle’s Civic Theatre. This is one of Australia’s greatest historic sites which hosts memorable plays, concerts, musicals, and even dance events. Their beautiful marble interiors will teleport you to another ‘dimension’ once you step foot into this magnificent indoor venue.
It depends on your individual budget actually. If you’re planning to save more to be able to experience more activities, there are ibis budget hotels around at your disposal. If you are on a more generous budget, you may opt for villa stays!
A trip to another country is never completed without getting good food into our tummies. Depending on how hungry you are, you can try going down to Tapas 52 Glebe Road and Coffee 133 Darby St, where breakfast/lunch/dinner choices are always available.
Travelling around Newcastle
Getting around town in a personal and chartered vehicle is undoubtedly a huge contributing factor to how comfortable and convenient your trip will be. If you had initial doubts on whether you can travel around without difficulty, there are services out there to help you steer away from such troubles and to the right place where you need to go.