Newcastle History

Newcastle is a city full of history! There are so many sights to see in such a small city.

Newcastle Museum

Distance from us: 15 mins walking / 3 mins driving
Newcastle Museum celebrates all of the cities rich history. With an interactive section for kids and great interchanging exhibitions for the adults.
Newcastle Museum

Fort Scratchley

Distance from us: 15 mins walking / 3 mins driving
Fort Scratchley is a former coastal defence installation which has not been turned into a must see museum in Newcastle.
Fort Scratchley

Convict Lumber Yard

Distance from us: 2 mins walking / 1 min driving
This location was originally the location of a convict lumber yard, convict stockade and a series of shipping and railway-related buildings.
Convict Lumber Yard

Beacon Tower

Distance from us: 14 mins walking / 5 mins driving
This tower was originally used as a navigational tower to allow for safe navigation into what was once a treacherous harbour.
Beacon Tower

Newcastle War Memorial Cultural Centre

Distance from us: 15 mins walking / 4 mins driving
This building was originally the home of the city's public library, art gallery and the conservatory of music. It is one of the cities most unique and prestigious building, dedicated to those who served in both World Wars.
Newcastle War Memorial Cultural Centre

Christ Church Cathedral

An absolutely stunning building built back in the early 1900's.
Christ Church Cathedral

Miss Porter's House

Miss Porter's House was built back in the early 1900's by Mr Herbert Porter. The Porter family resided in this house all the way through till 1997 where it was passed over the the National Trust and is now named as a heritage listed building.
Miss Porter's House

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