Newcastle is Located on the Eastern side of the continent near the Hunter River, in the province of New South Wales Newcastle is one of the thriving business areas with its coal deposits and commercial sector. Industrialization on a larger scale was conducted after iron and steel mills were constructed in 1915. Newcastle today is the 6th most populous city Down Under with uber modernized crowd.
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Climate and Geography
Newcastle has a borderline oceanic/humid subtropical climate like much of central and northern New South Wales.
The New Castle city has an extensive system of road links and also road based public transport services like buses and taxis. The rail transport too is accessible to small percentage of population along with the major rail transport routes and ferry services. The CityRail lines provide local as well as regional commuter services. The bus services are provided by the State Transit Authority of New South Wales.
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- √ Air
Shopping and Entertainment
New Castle has emerged as one of the best tourist destinations in Australia and is a paradise for shoppers. With almost all genres of shops that are dotted all throughout Newcastle, the place is a haven for people who love to shop. You can buy leather goods, jewelry, home wares, footwear, electrical goods, antiques and local art. The second largest city of Australia also has some of the famous antique stores.
Newcastle is a one stop solution for all your eating, dining and entertaining based desires. Part from hosting a number of quality pubs and bars the tourists also freak out on the cinemas and one of the best ones being Civic Theater located in the Hunter Street. With its plethora of pubs, music clubs and bars that are inseparably linked with Newcastle, you can enjoy the odd hours of night bustle with a diversified range of night activities. Have a gala night as you visit the Silo lounge Bar, the award winning Restaurant in Newcastle.