Newcastle Flights Guide
North of Sydney one comes eventually to the largest coal exporter in the world, Newcastle. Despite this title, Newcastle is a city of culture, beaches, wineries and nature.
Nature-lovers will be particularly drawn to the Blackbutte Reserve, a nature preserve with a complex trail system that brings visitors into contact with local flora and fauna. Otherwise, the selection of local beaches is ample. Nobby’s Beach and Bar Beach are the two more popular ones, the former being a kitesurfer’s heaven. Newcastle has a unique military museum housed in Fort Scratchley, a WWII fort constructed in response to the shelling of Newcastle by a Japanese sub. In the city itself, the architectural heritage is on display in the central business district. Government buildings such as the post office and train station are city landmarks that the inhabitants equate with their local urban sphere. Also, the Christ Church Cathedral has stood in Newcastle for decades, and climbing to the roof offers the best views out over the city and the nearby Nobby’s Head.
Newcastle Airport receives business from the following carriers: Virgin Australia, Qantas, Jetstar, Brindabella and Regional Express.
Flights to Newcastle
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Newcastle Travel Facts
- Newcastle, Australia connects to 12 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Newcastle is 89 miles to Sydney on Regional Express.
- The longest flight from Newcastle is 986 miles to Norfolk Island on Qantas.
Newcastle Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Jetstar Airways fly from Newcastle to Brisbane and 3 other cities including Melbourne.
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