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  1. Finite Gallery

    Finite Gallery was established by Leslie Duffin in 2013. Originally situated in a former service station, Finite Gallery relocated in 2015, moving across the road into more modern spacious premises with plenty of parking spaces and excellen…

  2. Caves Beach

    Caves Beach is well known for its namesake - a network of sea caves at the southern end of the beach, which can be explored at low tide. Caves Beach has well maintained barbecue facilities and a picnic area. Bring the family down to Caves …

  3. Wallarah National Park

    Wallarah National Park, perfect for fishing, cycling, hiking, surfing and picnicking, is less than an hour’s drive from Newcastle and Gosford, yet completely remote. While you’re hiking along rugged cliff tops on Coastal walking track, ree…

  4. Pelican Beach Road lookout

    Take in the golden sands and sapphire waters of Pelican Beach from Pelican Beach Road lookout. Look to the north to see Pelican Point, a picturesque hotspot for beach fishing, or turn your gaze southwards for views of The Entrance. As well…

  5. Catherine Hill Bay

    Taking its name from the ship which ran aground here in 1867, Catherine Hill Bay is a small village nestled in the hinterland just south of Swansea. A former coal-mining town, its 19th-century miners' cottages mark the oldest continuous set…

  6. Catherine Hill Bay Beach

    Catherine Hill Bay is a State Heritage Listed historic mining village featuring a stunning patrolled beach, named twice as one of 'Australia's 101 Best Beaches'. Popular for swimming, surfing and fishing, the beach also features an iconic f…

  7. Blacksmiths Beach

    Blacksmiths Beach is a patrolled beach at the southern end of a sandy nine mile stretch of coastline. It's popular with families, and is known as a good beach for swimming. The breakwall, which acts as the border between the beach itself a…