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Newcastle Golf Club

Vardon Road, Fern Bay NSW 2295

What do Michael Clayton, Bob Harrison, Ross Watson, Jack Newton and Graham Papworth have in common? They are five of Australia’s top golf course architects who all rate Newcastle Golf Club in the top 10 courses in Australia (Australian Golf Digest March 2008). If you haven’t played golf on NSW’s number 1 regional golf course, then you haven’t experienced the Hunter Valley’s hidden golfing gem.

Ranked number 18 in Australia (Australian Golf Digest 2012), the Newcastle Golf Course is situated in the stunning Hunter Valley and offers golfers of all levels a spectacular and exciting challenge.

Newcastle Golf Club is excited to announce a very special offer for those wishing to book their upcoming function with us, here in Newcastle.

For any function booked with Newcastle Golf  Club before July 30th we will waive our normal room hire fee.

With superior functions facilities overlooking our stunning golf course, Newcastle Golf Club is the premier destination to hold your next important function.

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Aboriginal Tours and Sand Dune Adventures

2163 Nelson Bay Road, Williamtown NSW 2318

Live the adventure that promises you a Quad Riding experience like no other.

Experience the magnificence of the Worimi Sand Dunes, riding safely from bush to beach with our expert guides.

Choose between a 1 or 2 hour ride to take in the wonders of the highest sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, the glorious views of the sweeping coastline and learn about history of the land.

  • Learn the basics of quad bike riding, incl safe ATV handling and riding techniques.
  • Be taken for an unforgettable journey through bushland
  • Be given an insight into traditional Aboriginal food,culture and history by your aboriginal guide.
  • Immerse yourself in coastal wilderness
  • Experience Stockton Beach and secrets to Aboriginal Culture, WWII and the wreck of the Norwegian bulk carrier the 'Sygna'.

During the tour we place a strong emphasis on interpretive tours of the Stockton Sand Dunes and beach. We pride ourselves on providing you with a full appreciation of the area with its rich cultural and historical heritage. We actually own and control the highest coastal sand dunes in the southern hemisphere and they are not open to the public. The only way to see them is through us. This way we can control the Environmental impacts and protection of our Aboriginal heritage. The public and all other tours must use the designated off road areas, low dunes and plenty of people!

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Fighter World

49 Medowie Road, Williamtown NSW 2318

Fighter World is a showcase of Australian Fighter and aircraft-related history providing a unique insight into the present day. Located adjacent to the entrance to Royal Australian Air Force Base Wiliamtown (New South Wales), the home of Australia's Strike / Fighter Force, Fighter World showcases the important role a potent Fighter Force plays in the defence of a nation. Fighter World embraces Australia's rich fighter heritage, painstakingly earned by Australian men and women of the squadrons who flew fighter aircraft.

As part of your visit to Fighter World you will experience first-hand the day to day operations of an active Fighter Base including guided tours and hands-on experiences quite unlike any other Australian aviation museum.

Fighter World is a dynamic view of the past integrated with the present and future. At Fighter World visitors enjoy the opportunity to interact so as to appreciate the surrounding exhibits which conjure images of Australia's prominent role in military aviation history.

Fighter World is a relatively new facility having been officially opened in 1991.

Since opening, Fighter World has had an active relationship with the Royal Australian Air Force and the Newcastle and Port Stephens Tourist Associations, being recognised as one of the area's most popular attractions.

Fighter World will soon take another step forward with the expansion of exhibition and retail areas including the very latest in interactive multi-media technology adding another dimension to the overall visitor experience.

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Stockton Beach

Pitt Street, Stockton NSW 2295
Stockton Beach is situated at the southern end of Newcastle Bight, where there is a sweeping expanse of sand and sand dunes, and views stretching back to Port Stephens. Council Lifeguard Services are provided Monday to Saturday during the swimming season and Easter Holiday periods. Volunteer members of Stockton Surf Lifesaving Club provide beach patrols on Sundays during the swimming season. Stockton Beach has picnic shelters, barbecues in the park adjacent to the beach, a beach kiosk operating next to the main car park, change room facilities, plenty of parking, and relatively sheltered waters suitable for family swimming and learning to surf. Plus the fabulous Stockton Beach Tourist Park is located there!
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Worimi National Park

Boyces Track, Salt Ash NSW 2318
Worimi National Park - along with Worimi State Conservation Area and Worimi Regional Park - is part of the Worimi Conservation Lands. Located near Newcastle, the Worimi Conservation Lands are owned and co-managed by the local Worimi Aboriginal community in partnership with NSW National Parks. This significant landscape is home to an extraordinary number of ancient cultural sites. If ... Visit website for more info

Newcastle Golf Club

Vardon Road, Fern Bay NSW 2295
Located at the mouth of the Hunter River, two hour's drive from Sydney, Newcastle (formerly known as the Stockton Course) is one of only two courses in NSW given international recognition by the panel of experts rating the World's Top 100 Courses. A true championship course of 6200 metres (6780 yards), it is based on undulating sand dunes like those of the great historic links of Great Britain and Ireland. However, instead of fairways lined by gorse and heather, Newcastle is carved out of a forest of Eucalypts and angophoras abounding in native flora and fauna, including kookaburras, bearded dragons and kangaroos, making it a delightful as well as a challenging course to play. Facilities include a full-length practice fairway, large chipping and putting greens, fully serviced Pro Shop, bar and catering. ...

Speech Moves

44 Monmouth Street, Stockton NSW 2295