Historic, "Customs House", over looking the foreshore at Newcastle, NSW, Australia

Things to do in Newcastle NSW with kids

A visit to Newcastle, NSW helped us to see the city with new eyes and discover its soul. Here are things to do in Newcastle, NSW Australia with kids

Newcastle, NSW.  Great pic.

I’m actually looking forward to getting home tomorrow, loved being away and being with the best people ever, but I’m ready to go home now😊

Top Of Town, Newcastle East, NSW, as we used to know it in days gone bye. v@e.

Top Of Town, Newcastle East, NSW, as we used to know it in days gone bye.

The gaol and Newcastle Beach with the windmill and obelisk in the distance. (Coal River Working Party http://coalriver.files.wordpress.com/2...

It may soon be possible to take a 'virtual walk' through the Newcastle of thanks to a project underway by the University of Newcastle and Coal River Working Party.

HUNTER ST NEWCASTLE, 1910. Notes from NCC Photobank page: "Looking west is the Winns Building on left, tram line on right and top right is the A.A. Company's Bridge."

Hunter Street, Newcastle, Notes from N.C Photo bank page: "Looking west is the Winns Building on left, tram line on right and top right is the A.

art deco architecture australia - Google Search Nesca House Newcastle NSW

art deco architecture australia - Google Search Nesca House Newcastle NSW

W Winn and Co Drapers and Clothiers, Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, 3 August 1897 by Cultural Collections, University of Newcastle, via Flickr Click on pic for more from this era

W Winn and Co Drapers and Clothiers, Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, 3 August 1897 by Cultural Collections, University of Newcastle, via Flickr Click on pic for more from this era

[Cooks Hill, Newcastle, NSW, n.d.] | by UON Library,University of Newcastle, Australia

[Cooks Hill, Newcastle, NSW, n.d.] | by UON Library,University of Newcastle, Australia

No.1 tunnel behind Merewether Baths. The tunnel was sealed off a long time ago and now overgrown. The last trains ran about 1954 #NewcastleNSW More info http://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11315222.htm

tunnel behind Merewether Baths. The tunnel was sealed off a long time ago…

https://flic.kr/p/UwcSTW | Looking west down Hunter Street, Newcastle, near Bank Corner | In 1885, the Australian Joint Bank purchased land at the end of Hunter Street. The building, which cost £4,000 to build, had a dome shaped roof which became a local landmark. Marcus Clarke's department store can be seen centre left. The intersection became locally known as The Bank Corner. Crofts Collection, Newcastle Region Library HPB 006 000106

https://flic.kr/p/UwcSTW | Looking west down Hunter Street, Newcastle, near Bank Corner | In 1885, the Australian Joint Bank purchased land at the end of Hunter Street. The building, which cost £4,000 to build, had a dome shaped roof which became a local landmark. Marcus Clarke's department store can be seen centre left. The intersection became locally known as The Bank Corner. Crofts Collection, Newcastle Region Library HPB 006 000106

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