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Herbivores, carnivores, locavores and more! Newcastle has the foodie hangout for you.

Take the Food Tour

Taste Newcastle’s delights, from waterfront bars, cafes and restaurants to bustling eat streets, craft breweries and delicious tours. You can even relax in a beach bar and watch surfers deftly carve up waves at the world-famous Merewether Beach, one of the iconic National Surfing Reserves.

You’ll discover a delicious range of places to eat in NSW’s second-biggest city. Restaurant Mason and Subo are both award-winning restaurants featured in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide.

On the delightful foreshore promenade at both Honeysuckle Wharf and Queens Wharf are various cafes, restaurants and bars. Queens Wharf is where you can take a ferry to Stockton or walk further east along the promenade to the pretty Foreshore Park and the 1858-built Nobbys Head Lighthouse.

A short walk from Honeysuckle Wharf is the Newcastle Museum and the Clarendon Hotel’s art deco bar. Nearby are more cultural attractions, including the Civic Theatre, the City Hall’s murals and the Newcastle Art Gallery’s superb collection.The Olive Tree Market is held monthly in lovely Civic Park.