NEWCASTLE: Free & Low Cost

Free and low cost things to see and do in Newcastle and surrounds with babies and kids.
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Take your kids for a swim at Merewether Baths or Nobbys Baths. Both are great spots for families.

Newcastle Ocean Baths and Merewether Baths have a long history as popular swimming spots .

You don’t always have to spend lots of money to entertain kids. There’s lots of free and low-cost things to do in Newcastle and the Hunter. Here’s some ideas for you.

10 Free & Low Cost Things to Do With Kids in Newcastle

You don’t always have to spend lots of money to entertain kids. There’s lots of free & low-cost things to do in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and The Hunter.

For some free fun, check out Jesmond Park Disc Golf Course

10 Free & Low Cost Things to Do With Kids in Newcastle

For some free fun, check out Jesmond Park Disc Golf Course

The Maritime Centre in Honeysuckle

Visiting The Maritime Centre Newcastle

Visiting The Maritime Centre Newcastle - The Mummy Project

On the last Sunday of every month (except for December), the Lake Macquarie Live Steam Locomotive Society provides model train rides to the public. There’s a variety of trains such as steam and diesel and different rail routes (both elevated and ground-level). So much fun for kids.

A Ride on the Rails at Edgeworth Trains

You don’t always have to spend lots of money to entertain kids. There’s lots of free & low-cost things to do in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and The Hunter.

Visit Blackbutt Reserve for entertaining reptile shows on the weekends.

Blackbutt Reserve has Reptile Shows on throughout the school holidays. Always a fun critter encounter!

It’s always a great free day out visiting the animals at Blackbutt Reserve. There’s koalas, emus, wallabies, wombats and peacocks and lots more critters. A series of boardwalks make it easy to push a stroller and let young ones view the creatures up close in the enclosures.

10 Free & Low Cost Things to Do With Kids in Newcastle

It’s always a great free day out visiting the animals at Blackbutt Reserve. There’s koalas, emus, wallabies, wombats and peacocks and lots more critters. A series of boardwalks make it easy to push a stroller and let young ones view the creatures up close in the enclosures.

You and your family can walk around Fort Scratchley for free.

July 2017 School Holidays: What’s On in Newcastle & The Hunter

You and your family can walk around Fort Scratchley for free.

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