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Something for everyone

Lake Macquarie itself is the perfect playground for just about any aquatic fun you can imagine! From swimming and sailing to boating, jet skiing and water skiing – the largest salt water lake in the Southern hemisphere has something for everyone.

For the beach-bums and outdoor types, there’s Redhead Beach, Speers Point Park (with its maze of bike paths, an array of children’s play equipment and a peaceful café), Wallarah National Park, and the Glenrock and Munmorah State Conservation Areas with their stunning walking and bike trails.

A little more daring? Skydive Newcastle will get your adrenaline pumping. Want to keep the action closer to the ground? Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, Belmont Golf Course, and the Lake Macquarie Performing Arts Centre have you covered. And if you’re feeling the need for a little retail therapy, Charlestown Square is just a short drive away.

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Ready to treat yourself?

Just listing the local array of food and beverage establishments is enough to set any tummy rumbling.

Some great nearby options include: 

Common Circus – a must for anyone seeking out their daily caffeine fix, Common Circus also stocks an eclectic and gorgeous selection of homewares, skin care and giftwares.

Salina Restaurant - mouth-watering gourmet pizzas and Mediterranean cuisine.

Deck 56 - modern Australian and international cuisine, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Cafe Macquarie - good food and positive vibes.

Belmont 16s – its famous Boat Shed Bar + Galley features 16 different beers on tap, a delicious selection of wines, and a decadent cocktail list.

Lake Macquarie Yacht Club – as the name suggests, the club’s restaurant Crusoe’s On the Lake has gorgeous water views to lap up while you enjoy a meal. The club also offers a courtesy bus service.