Gerrin Point at Twilight, Bouddi National Park, Central Coast, NSW, Australia

Gerrin Point at Twilight, Bouddi National Park, Central Coast, NSW, Australia - showing Liesegang Rings in the rocks; photo by Ilya Genkin

The Fernleigh Track, Rail Trail, Newcastle - a great family friendly leisure cycling and walking track.

The Fernleigh Track Rail Trail

The Fernleigh Track rail trail is one of the few rail trails of any length in NSW. Description of the track and information for cyclists and other users.

mount tomaree lookout, Tomaree Head Summit walk in Tomaree National Park, Shoal Bay, NSW - Take the invigorating short walk to the summit of Tomaree Head, 161m above the Port Stephens entrance.

mount tomaree lookout, Tomaree Head Summit walk in Tomaree National Park, Shoal Bay, NSW - Take the invigorating short walk to the summit of Tomaree Head, above the Port Stephens entrance.

Why visit Newcastle, Australia? Beautiful harbour and beaches, dolphins & whales, many vineyards and a laidback, relaxed vibe. It's the perfect spot for a holiday!

9 Reasons to Visit Newcastle, Australia

This scenic Newcastle Coastal walk takes you to a secluded beach full of great photo opportunities, clear blue water and some great hiking.

Newcastle Coastal Walk

This scenic Newcastle Coastal walk takes you to a secluded beach full of great photo opportunities, clear blue water and some great hiking.

Newcastle's Queen's Wharf to Glenrock Lagoon: North End of the Great North Walk http://www.everytrail.com/guide/newcastles-queens-wharf-to-glenrock-lagoon-north-end-of-the-great-north-walk# Begin Australia's most accessible bush walk from Newcastle harbour passing an impressive obelisk and historic cathedral http://www.everytrail.com/guide/newcastles-queens-wharf-to-glenrock-lagoon-north-end-of-the-great-north-walk# Also App Download EZ Guide to Great North Walk and downloadable e-trails

Great North Walk: Newcastle to Glenrock Lagoon

Visit Blackbutt Reserve in New Lambton where koalas, emus, wallabies, wombats and peacocks reside. Blackbutt Reserve is a 182 hectare reserve in the middle of Newcastle’s suburbs which features walking trails, children’s playgrounds and tranquil picnic areas with free electric barbeques.

Blackbutt Reserve occupies over 182 hectares of natural bushland providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy nature trails, wildlife exhibits, children's playgrounds or passive recreation.

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