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Dolphcom - Dolphin & Whale Swimming Adventures

121 Tirriki Street, Charlestown NSW 2290

Waking from a dream and the vision of swimming with Dolphins and Autistic children, in 1996, Andrew began an odyssey of adventure, one that would transform him from a humble residential builder and developer, to one of Australia’s leading dolphin experts and facilitator of Dolphin Assisted Therapy.

This journey has taken Andrew around the world in search of locations for his extraordinary work, meeting many leading experts who share his vision and passion for Dolphins and Whales.

As a father of three young boys he is excited about working with youth and currently resides as president of the Newcastle NSW Australia based charity RUSH Haven Inc. Andrew has recently joined ORRCA as part of the trained marine mammal rescue unit and highly recommends the organisation.

Andrew shares his knowledge of Cetaceans, his passion for training and achieving results, spirituality and healing with the help of an enthusiastic team and the wonderful and loving Dolphins with as many people as he can aboard the wonderful 50 foot catamaran ‘Imagine’ at Port Stephens.

Andrew invites you to join one of his remarkable programs in Port Stephens or in the south pacific ( Ha’apai Tonga) and share the profound experience of the Dolphins and Whales.

DolphCom’s team of professionals is committed to assisting human evolution and exploring human potential to produce profound outcomes.

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Stockland Jesmond

28 Blue Gum Road, Jesmond NSW 2299

Stockland is Australia’s largest diversified property group. We develop and manage residential communities, retirement living villages and retail centres – the building blocks of thriving communities.

Stockland Jesmond is located on the corner of Blue Gum Road and Mordue Parade, approximately 9 kms North/West of the Newcastle CBD.

The centre provides a Woolworths and Big W plus 74 specialty stores offering a convenient range of homewares, fashion, food and services including Australia Post, banks and ATMs. The centre also offers customers the convenience of a Priceline Pharmacy, a Medical Centre and a large GoLo.

With over 900 car parking spaces, parking is easy and convenient.

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Hunter Vineyard Tours

PO Box 124, Cardiff NSW 2285

After we have all the passengers onboard we will head to our first winery.

Midweek tours can be a MYSTERY tour. A lot of the time we may wait until all the passengers are onboard and after discussing with them what and where could be of interest we decide what to do. Your driver will then try and make arrangements with the wineries concerned to make the bookings. Normally we will spend around 45mins at each winery. Depending on passenger numbers we will visit 2 wineries before heading to lunch, this will be at a restaurant/winery where you will have a 2 course meal ( mains and dessert) if lunch option is chosen,  after tasting the wines on offer. The lunch stop including tasting is between 1.5  and 2 hrs duration we will head off and visit 2 more wineries during the afternoon before we take you back to your accommodation for a well earned rest.

Weekend tours are more organised as this is the busiest time for the Valley.

You can let us know when you make your booking if you have some favourites you like to visit and we will do our best to at least fit some of these into the day.

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Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia

1 Wetlands Place, Shortland NSW 2307

The story of the Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia is nothing less than inspirational.

Until the mid 1980s this vibrant wetland refuge was a dump in every sense of the word!  Over the previous century, the massive Hunter estuary wetland system known as Hexham Swamp had been progressively filled for rubbish, railways and recreation, leaving only fragmented patches of remnant wetlands across the estuary. A significant patch of wetland in Shortland was converted to football fields and a clubhouse. This one-time home ground of the Hamilton Rugby Club was to become the eventual site of the Hunter Wetlands Centre.

Today, Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia is a vibrant wetland ecosystem bursting with life. The site is regarded as a wetland of national and international importance and the centre enjoys a growing reputation for excellence in wetland conservation, education and ecotourism.

This remarkable transformation was due to the determination and persistence of the local community and some far-sighted organisations, who have joined forces to protect and restore this remarkable wetland for the benefit of all who depend on it… and those who simply enjoy it!.

Blue Gum Hills Regional Park

Minmi Road, Wallsend NSW 2287
Blue Gum Hills Regional Park provides a delightful day out for Newcastle residents and visitors. In a protected bushland setting, your family and friends can enjoy barbecue areas, play equipment, a maze and plenty of green space to refresh the soul.

Lake Macquarie Variety Playground

Park Road, Speers Point NSW 2284
Take the kids to the award winning Lake Macquarie Variety Playground at Speers Point Park. This fully fenced two hectare playground caters to the needs of children of all ages and abilities. Highlights of the playground are the nine metre giant spiral slide kids will ride again and again, plus a bike circuit and double flying fox. Pack a picnic and enjoy the grassy expanses of the lakeside park, or enjoy a meal from the on site cafe Sal's by the Lake.

Hunter Wetlands Centre

Off the round-about, 412 Sandgate Road, Shortland NSW 2307
The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a conservation sanctuary, with over 200 wildlife species identified on site. Located on 45 hectares of internationally significant wetlands under the Ramsar agreement, it is the perfect nature-based tourism destination to explore, discover and relax and is only 10 minutes from Newcastle central business district, in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. The Hunter Wetlands Centre offers a range of activities for people of all ages ranging from wildlife, walking trails and guided tours, canoeing, segway tours, dip netting, feeding talks, bird watching, events, children's discovery playground and much more. The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a self-funded community owned, not for profit organisation. It is and accredited Visitor Information Centre.
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Yamuloong Centre

71 Prospect Road, Garden Suburb NSW 2289
Yamuloong has been established to provide people of all ages with the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal history and culture whilst exploring the wonders and excitement of the bush tucker trails. Tours are seen by schools and colleges from not only within the Hunter Valley but as far away as Sydney to compliment their own studies/curriculum and as a perfect introduction to Aboriginal history and culture. Many participants are meeting Aboriginal people for the first time. The property of over seven acres has been regenerated with native bush plants of Australia and the majority of these plants have a quality significant to the Aboriginal people of Australia. To compliment the Bush Tucker Walk, visitors to Yamuloong can experience and participate in traditional Aboriginal dance and listen to traditional stories of the Awabakal people. Visitors can also participate in cultural talks and learn about traditional Aboriginal culture.

Lake Macquarie Australia Day Festival

Speers Point Park, Speers Point NSW 2284
*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Australia Day Festival at Lake Macquarie will be a great family friendly day of activities for kids, entertainment, music, amusement rides, and a fireworks display. Head on down to do your part to help celebrate Australia in style. A day for not just the whole family, but the whole community....

ibis budget Newcastle

3-5 Thomas Street, Wallsend NSW 2287
ibis budget Newcastle offers 80 newly refurbished rooms, onsite parking and all-you-can-eat breakfast served daily. Located five minutes from the Newcastle to Sydney Freeway, a short drive to the Hunter Valley, Newcastle University and Entertainment Centre, and just a short walk to local transport options. Guests staying at the affordable ibis budget Newcastle can enjoy a range of convenient facilities, which include air-conditioned rooms with reduced mobility options, 24 hour hotel access, paid WiFi access in public areas of the hotel, and free onsite parking....

Macquarie Inn at Club Macquarie

458 Lake Road, Argenton NSW 2284
Macquarie Inn is a 36 room accommodation centre conveniently attached to Club Macquarie, which is a registered club. The accommodation is owned and operated by Club Macquarie and has been open for eight years. They are conveniently located one hour and 50 minutes north of Sydney central business district, making them an excellent stopover while visiting Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley. They sit at the northern end of Lake Macquarie on the tranquil shores of Cockle Creek. There are four room types, which allows them to cater for corporates, families, groups, as well as the Bride and Groom. Accommodation is linked to Club Macquarie by a secured covered walk-way which provides a safe environment for all travellers. The property operates 365 days of the year providing breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day except Christmas Day where the Club is open at reduced hours but provides a lunch option. The property provides ample free off street parking which is perfect for buses, plus free WiFi throughout the accommodation and club. The best selling point is price. In providing customers with great pricing they do not compromise on excellence in service and catering....

Newcastle Art Bazaar

Howe Street, Lambton NSW 2299
Hunter Arts Network's Art Bazaar at Lambton Park is being held in November. Lambton Park is located on the Corner of Howe and Morehead Streets, Lambton, so Art Bazaar will be surrounded by beautiful parklands and great scenery. Lambton is a densely populated residential area located around some of Newcastle's main roads making it a convenient suburb for transport. Art Bazaar, a 2015 Hunter Local Business Awards Finalist, 2015 Stockland Community Grants Winner and 2014 QantasLink Hunter and Central Coast Awards for Excellence in Tourism Finalist, has developed into a major art event for the region which now attracts many visitors from out of the area. It is the Hunter's premier artisan and design marketplace. Art Bazaar is a great way to show families and visitors how wonderful the creative community is....


Charlestown SquarePearson St, Charlestown NSW 2290

Just Teezn Hair & Day Spa

Charlestown Square30 Pearson St, Charlestown NSW 2290

Able DJs

6 Warkworth St, Maryland NSW 2287