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Swansea (New South Wales)

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Swansea is a city in New South Wales.

Understand[edit]

Located on a peninsular, Swansea has two water fronts - one on Lake Macquarie and one on the Pacific Ocean. With a population of around 15,000, it is the largest town in the Lake Macquarie area.

Get in[edit]

There is Regular bus service to Newcastle which takes 20 minutes and Sydney in 1hr 40 minutes. The nearest airports are Newcastle and Williamstown Airports

Get around[edit]

Lots of wonderful cycleways

See[edit][add listing]

  • Swansea heads breakwall
  • Lake Macquarie


Do[edit][add listing]

Fishing both on the beaches and throughout Lake Macquarie. A popular spot for kingfish is under the Swansea bridge over the Swansea channel.

Beaches[edit]

  • Catherine Hill Bay Beach
  • Redhead Beach
  • Blacksmiths Beach
  • Caves Beach walk through the natural caves on low tide

Buy[edit][add listing]

Lote of interesting craft stores and all your regular shopping needs including Woolworths, Coles And Dan Murphys.

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Swansea RSL.  edit
  • Swansea Workers Club. Chinese  edit
  • C Restaurant, 7 Mawson St, Caves Beach., 02 4980 9999, [1]. Wed dinner to Sun lunch. A la carte seafood and ocean views.  edit

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Blue Pacific Swansea, 02 4971 1055 (), [2]. has a pool, spa, sauna, restaurant and 28 rooms.  edit
  • Caves Beach Hotel And Resort, 7 Mawson Street, Caves Beach., 02 4980 9999, [3]. checkin: 3PM; checkout: 12PM. Ocean views from every suite. King size beds. Free beverage package and light breakfast.  edit

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