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Hunter Region: parques e natureza

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“A short (5 minute) walk with great food and beautiful views of Lake Macquarie. Best time is lunch or dinner during daylight saving. ”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Right next to Forster, Booti Booti National Park is comprised of an 8km penninsula between the ocean and a lake, complete with pristine beaches and rainforests. Explore the landscape on a day trip.”
8 moradores locais recomendam
Vineyard
“Piggs Peake on Hermitage Road is less than 10 minutes away. Great cellar door along with Yellow Billy Restaurant that offers "food over fire designed to share" ”
8 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“The closest Pub / Club is the Doylo which is a huge RSL complex with multiple dining options (Bistro, Bar food, and a Smokehouse style restaurant). Reasonable prices, but very busy around 6pm so go early or later for faster service. ”
8 moradores locais recomendam
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“If the weathers nice, this is a must see. We usually walk all the way up and down the harbor. Nobby’s beach is to one end with the light house and break wall. The other end of the foreshore is Marina ”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“A bit of rainforest, not pristine but pretty much in tact. Lovely and cool on a hot day.”
9 moradores locais recomendam
Campground
“If you have the time, take a day travelling out to Rylstone and visiting Dunns Swamp. Pack a picnic lunch or stop at the pub in Rylstone for something to eat. On your way back to town stop in at the Lue pub for a quick drink!”
8 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Glow Worm Caves and it is almost like stepping back into the Jurassic times! This is where they found the Wollemi Pine, never seen prior to the early 2000's! Go out to Glen Davis for some spectacular scenery and you may see lyre birds/koala's/kangaroo's etc - truly magestic!”
4 moradores locais recomendam
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“The Park is located at Lovedale and about 19 km (21 mins) east of Cypress Lakes. Walking tracks, cycling, picnics, bird watching and spring wildflowers. Highlights: Astills picnic area, Cycle along Deadmans mountain bike loop or Astills trail (flat and easy). Bring binoculars and a camera and spot the swift parrot, regent honeyeaters and several species of robin.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Dedicated as a recreation reserve. The park has spectacular ocean views, Norfolk Island pines and a sunken garden usually ablaze with colour. A popular place for family picnics and barbecues, and now a movie venue in summer. Historical sights like the Bogey hole (or convict ocean bathing pool) at the foot of the eastern cliff face. ”
7 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Peaceful park in coastal setting with numerous mature Norfolk Island Pines.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Beach
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“This is beautiful for the whole family. Located at Rockpool Road, Tuncurry. Its on the northern breakwall with a great little café, table, park, small swimming beach and play ground. Families can also walk or ride their bikes along the breakwall. See the boats, jetskis and dolphin up close going in and out of Wallis Lake. Swim on the left hand side of the rockpool as the outgoing tide can be dangerous closer to the channel. K Keep the kids well away from the nets as the current gets very strong here and watch out of larger sea creatures entering the netted area first.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Great track which starts at Adamstown and goes through to Belmont (16km) . This is a paved gently graded track which takes in coastal, wetland and bushland environments and is suted for all levels of fitness. This follows the route of a former rail line.”
7 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“The Park is located at Laguna and about 104 km (1 hr 19 mins) southwest from Cypress Lakes via the Putty Road. Part of the greater Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park. The convict-built Great Northern Road travels through this park. ”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Lovely nature reserve to walk or jog around. Join the Parkrun on Saturday mornings at 8am.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“An iconic Newcastle bushland reserve in the suburbs. Beautiful BBQ and picnic areas provided in a very family friendly environment. Around at the Kotara entrance off Carnley drive is a number of native animal enclosures including kangaroos, koalas, native birds and reptiles. All of these activities are free of charge.”
7 moradores locais recomendam