Swansea (New South Wales)

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Swansea is a city in New South Wales.

Understand

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

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

Lots of wonderful cycleways

See

  • Swansea heads breakwall
  • Lake Macquarie


Do

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

Beaches

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

Buy

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

Eat

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

Drink

Sleep

  • Blue Pacific Swansea, 02 4971 1055 (), [2]. has a pool, spa, sauna, restaurant and 28 rooms.
  • 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.

Get out


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