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Keen 2 Tour

Freemans Drive, Cooranbong NSW 2265
Enjoy a great day out with Keen 2 Tour. Visit places of interest on the Central Coast, Hunter Valley, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle and beyond. Tours are designed for your groups requirements. Keen 2 Tour offers private group hire for Day Tours and Extended Tours. Suitable for seniors groups, social clubs and corporate groups. Tours by Girls for Girls, Hunter Valley Wine Tours and more. Suitable for birthdays, hen's parties and special events. Fundraising Tours: Keen 2 Tour can help your school, charity, sporting group to raise those much needed funds while enjoying a day or evening out! Hunter Valley concert transfers, airports and cruise terminal transfers also available.
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Heaton State Forest - Watagan Mountains

Martinsville Road, Cooranbong NSW 2265
Heaton State Forest, part of the Watagan Mountains, is a beautiful forest encompassing a variety of visitor experiences and spectacular lookouts showcasing views over the Hunter and Lake Macquarie regions. Heaton State Forest complements the picnic and camping facilities in nearby Olney State Forest. McLean, Hunter and Heaton lookouts offer outstanding coastal and mountain views. Watagan HQ camping area, an old forest worker campsite, is also available. And of course - being State Forest - you can bring your dog. And don't forget - your visit is free!
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The Elephant Shop

567 Freemans Drive, Cooranbong NSW 2265

Visit The Elephant Shop and take a journey around the world, with exquisite crystals, stunning furniture pieces, and more. Brazil, a place of music, dance and natural wonder presents a beautiful range of gemstones for the avid collector and spiritual healer alike. India’s expert artisans present truly beautiful hand carved gifts, each unique and exhibiting the bright colours of the Orient. Experience China’s Feng Shui and lucky talismans, or a breathtaking array of one-off furniture pieces, direct from the northern villages of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pakistan is home to many ancient cultures and brings the incredibly popular Himalayan Salt Lamp from its natural source in the intense Himalayan Mountains. The cultural mixing pot of Morocco brings to The Elephant Shop vibrant hand crafted pottery, millions of year old fossils and exquisite selenite lamps. The Elephant Shop provides elements such as these and more from around the world to create a shopping experience unlike any other. Recent renovations has given the shop even more space for new exotic items, and a fresh and exciting vibe. The huge range and diversity of items handpicked from across the globe has made The Elephant Shop a landmark on the Central Coast and Hunter region. Simply making it a one-off experience that you won’t want to miss.

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Dobell House

47 Dobell Drive, Wangi Wangi NSW 2267
Dobell House is the home and studio of Sir William Dobell, one of Australia's greatest artists, on the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie. Explore Sir William's unique home with its original furniture, personal memorabilia and family mementos. Browse an extensive exhibition illustrating his life and work from the 1920s until his death at Wangi in 1970. Experience his studio just the way it was when he painted there. See what he saw when he painted some of his great paintings. Listen to a 1963 radio interview in which Sir William talks about himself and his work, or watch a video program featuring another interview with him actually recorded in the House. Study a transcript of the famous 1944 courtcase when Dobell and the NSW Art Gallery were sued by two unsuccessful entrants in the 1943 Archibald who claimed Dobell's prize-winning painting of fellow artist Joshua Smith was not a portrait.
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Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area

Chain Valley Bay Road, Chain Valley Bay NSW 2259
Come and enjoy the blissful lake lifestyle at Lake Macquarie. Twice the size of Sydney Harbour, it's the biggest permanent saltwater lake in the Southern Hemisphere and provides stunning views, countless opportunities for boating, fishing and water sports, and is a haven for birdwatchers and nature-lovers. Whether you like to bushwalk with only the lapping of water on the ... Visit website for more info
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Caves Beach

Mawson Close, Caves Beach NSW 2281
Caves Beach is well known for its namesake - a network of sea caves at the southern end of the beach, which can be explored at low tide. Caves Beach has well maintained barbecue facilities and a picnic area. Bring the family down to Caves Beach for a great day out.

Dobell House

47 Dobell Drive, Wangi Wangi NSW 2267
Dobell House is the home and studio of Sir William Dobell, one of Australia's greatest artists, on the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie. Explore Sir William's unique home with its original furniture, personal memorabilia and family mementos. Browse an extensive exhibition illustrating his life and work from the 1920s until his death at Wangi in 1970. Experience his studio just the way it was when he painted there. See what he saw when he painted some of his great paintings. Listen to a 1963 radio interview in which Sir William talks about himself and his work, or watch a video program featuring another interview with him actually recorded in the House. Study a transcript of the famous 1944 courtcase when Dobell and the NSW Art Gallery were sued by two unsuccessful entrants in the 1943 Archibald who claimed Dobell's prize-winning painting of fellow artist Joshua Smith was not a portrait....

Cooranbong

Cooranbong, Cooranbong NSW 2265
The Southlake area of Lake Macquarie is located at the foot of the Watagan Mountains. The calm waterways and quiet rural communities of Southlake include Morisset, Dora Creek, Cooranbong, Wyee and the Watagan National Park. Enjoy water sports, bushwalking and horse riding in the mountains. Discover the art and craft houses of Cooranbong or relax with a picnic by the lake on the Morisset Peninsula. Morisset is a thriving town centre with shops, services and restaurants. Stop at Dora Creek, the first town to be established in Lake Macquarie in 1840, and feed ducks from one of its many picnic spots on the water....
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R & R Bus and Leisure Hire

325 Pacific Highway, Lake Munmorah NSW 2259
R and R Bus and Leisure Hire are a locally owned business operated from the Central Coast of New South Wales. They offer a range of short range buses and motor homes, with focus on the tour and leisure industry. They offer a unique experience where families and groups can book a fully self contained motor home with a driver, to a party bus for special occasions, to services from 25 seater charter bus. They also have a number of other services for the leisure industry including limousine hire, boat hire and more. They operate seven days a week....

Luxury Waterfront House

6 Peveril Street, Mannering Park NSW 2259
Absolute waterfront luxury getaway in Lake Macquarie, this house has been designed to make the most of lakeside living and is fitted out to make your holiday by the lake a special, fun and relaxing experience. With upper and lower decks at the rear offering stunning uninterrupted panoramic views of the lake, you can walk directly from the lower deck, across the lawn, straight out to the lake and the jetty where you can also moor your boat. ...
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Sea Eagle Manor 605

605 Currawong Crescent, Cams Wharf NSW 2281
Sea Eagle Manor 605 is a luxurious four bedroom home set in a bushland setting on the edge of Rafferty's Resort. Sea Eagle Manor offers all the amenities this popular resort provides - swimming pools, tennis courts, lakeside beach, fine restaurant, boat ramp and more. It is ideal for the large or extended family, The manor is large enough for two families or three to four couples and can accommodate nine to eleven. The lounge room features include full leather lounges. A 106 centimetre flat screen television with Wii console, DVD player and sound system ensure the kids are entertained while you relax in comfort....