Newcastle East peninsula is a place of scenic beauty and heritage.
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The Coal River Precinct in Newcastle contains several historic sites, including Fort Scratchley, Nobby’s Head, Macquarie Pier, Nobby’s Beach and the Soldier’s Baths. The precinct is on the State heritage Register of NSW (‘Coal River Precinct’ Listing No. 1674). Coal River Precinct has outstanding significance to the Nation because of the Natural, Indigenous and … Continue reading Coal River Precinct
Newcastle and the Hunter needs its own purpose built Motor Racing Venue … A purpose built venue is the only way to ensure motor racing enthusiasts have access to quality motor sports all year round. The building of a Hunter Motor Racing venue would be the best outcome for Upper and Lower Hunter racing fans. … Continue reading Right Race, Wrong Place …
Council wants us to believe that the Jubilee Monument is being restored as part of works brought forward! The truth is...it's in the path of the Supercars track.
Our local businesses are a valuable part of the community.
How much do you know about the East End Peninsula? Look for the answers in our History and Heritage section.
Newcastle East is steeped in history. This Heritage Conservation Zone tells the story of the peninsula from aboriginal dreaming to present times.
The Supercars mantra: Tell a lie and tell it often!
Residents will be barricaded inside their homes by concrete and wire walls for up to three months every year.