Surfers should goofy-foot it to Nobby's Beach, just north of the baths – the fast left-hander known as the Wedge is at its northern end.
This scenic coastal path from Nobby's Beach to Glenrock Reserve winds past swathes of beach and fascinating historical sites including...
Perched above Newcastle Harbour, this fascinating military site was constructed during the Crimean War to protect the city against a...
Once the grain and keg store for the old Tooheys beer factory, this rustic brewery cafe is an atmospheric place to refresh with one of...
Scottie's Fish Cafe
Pull up a seat under palm trees laced with colourful festoon lighting and settle in for a classy take on the classic fish and chippery.
Nobby's Head information
Originally an island, this headland at the entrance to Newcastle’s harbour was joined to the mainland by a stone breakwater built by convicts between 1818 and 1846; many of those poor souls were lost to the wild seas during its construction. The walk along the spit towards the lighthouse and meteorological station is exhilarating.