Ada St, Belmont NSW, Australia
Lake Macquarie Yacht Club (LMYC)
Lake Macquarie Yacht Club (LMYC)
is a family orientated club built around the true meaning of the word “club”,
layered by generations upon generations of sailors officially unfurling the club burgee in 1934
294 Turton Rd, Broadmeadow NSW 2292, Australia
Newcastle International Sports Centre = McDonald Jones
Newcastle International Sports Centre, known as McDonald Jones Stadium for sponsorship reason, is a multi-purpose sports stadium located in Newcastle, Australia. The ground is home to the Newcastle Knights and Newcastle Jets FC. It is owned by the New South Wales Government and is administered by Venues NSW.
Hunter River, New South Wales, Australia
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Redhead Surf Lifesaving Club, Beach Road, Redhead NSW, Australia
Redhead Beach is at the northern end of a nine mile stretch of coastline, and is known for its stunning cliffs, rocky outcrops and shark tower. Redhead is patrolled in the warmer months, is home to the Redhead Surf Life Saving Club, and is popular with swimmers and surfers alike.
Conditions are perfect for surfing, swimming and fishing and you can view the natural landscape by walking on a boardwalk to the beach to see swans, ducks and wildlife.
George St, Belmont NSW, Australia
Fernleigh cycle way/ shared path
This lovely cycle way shared path is a disused rail corridor for the enjoyment of those wanting to explore the area and get closer to nature.
It is also the gateway to the Belmont Wetlands, Awabakal Nature Reserve and the Glenrock State Conservation area for the more serious adventurer.
Ocean Park Road, Belmont South NSW, Australia
Belmont Lagoon is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Lake Macquarie in the community of Belmont. This reserve is a sanctuary for five distinct biotic areas – Swamp Forest, Swamp Heath, Reed Swamp, Sedge Land and Open Water. All these different areas interact and are important in allowing natural areas to be ecological sustainable.
The Belmont Lagoon Spit walk in Belmont is a quiet relaxing walk surrounded by water. This walk is best completed in the early morning or late afternoon, when the bird life is most active. You may see Black Swans, Spoon Bills and if you are lucky, the migratory Bar Tailed Godwit. This walk is close to Redhead Beach and could happily be combined with a dip or a beach stroll. The Belmont Lagoon is a sanctuary for wildlife in the area.
Green Point Drive, Belmont NSW, Australia
The Green Point Walk
This walk descends through open grasslands and eucalyptus forest to arrive at the grassed Green Point. This is a quiet and secluded spot and a fabulous place for a picnic. From Green Point, there are good views up and down Lake Macquarie. The side trip to the Sea Eagle Lookouts is also worthwhile. A good walk, with both scenic views and waterside relaxation.
Squid's Ink Motel, Pacific Highway, Belmont NSW, Australia
Go Fishing – Lake Macquarie
Lake Macquarie is a Recreational Fishing Haven located on the Central Coast near Newcastle, about an hour’s drive north of Sydney. The Lake has a surface area of about 110 sq km, making it the largest coastal saltwater lake in Australia. It’s home to a wide range of popular recreational fish species including mulloway, bream, dusky flathead, tailor, squid, luderick, sand whiting, yellowtail kingfish and Australian salmon.
Fringed by a number of picturesque towns and villages including Swansea, Belmont, Mannering Park, Wangi Wangi and Toronto, Lake Macquarie features numerous sheltered bays, headlands and creeks. It’s an extremely productive and popular fishery for locals and for visitors from other areas with plenty of holiday accommodation, caravan parks and camping grounds.