Newcastle Region

Weekend Getaway; Many School of Yak clients come to the area for a weekend getaway or to use Newcastle as a base to visit the huge array of wineries and activities available in the region. Newcastle is a hub of great dining experiences and adventure activities for families and people of all ages.

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Stockton Beach House

Stockton Beach House

Stockton Beach House is a large, light and airy beach house on Mitchell St Stockton across the road from Stockton’s patrolled beach. The Beach House sleeps 14 people in 11 separate beds in four bedrooms. Stockton Beach House is child friendly and pre-school aged children are welcome.

 

 

Mayfield Motel

Mayfield Motel

Mayfield Motel

Mayfield Motel is a classic 1960s motel situated just around the corner from The School of Yak office.  Mayfield Motel offers 22 comfortable units – all on ground level, you can park your vehicle right at the door for most units. The motel has a salt water pool, 7 Foxtel channels and digital TVs. At additional cost, continental or homestyle cooked breakfast is available delivered to rooms.
Part of the Arra Hotels Group, as a BUDGET motel they offer friendly, personal service, and clean, affordable accommodation.

 

Newcastle Memorial Walk

Newcastle Memorial Walk

 Newcastle Memorial Walk

Newcastle’s Memorial Walk has a personal connection for thousands of locals and is set to become one of the most spectacular coastal walks in Australia. Built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in 1915 and the commencement of steel making in Newcastle. The structure is a 450 meter long cliff top walkway that links Newcastle’s Strzelecki Lookout to Bar Beach. Built with 64 tonnes of stainless steel, the walkway winds its way around the cliff edge and offers unsurpassed views of the coastline, city and up into the Hunter Valley. The walk features a 160 metre cliff top bridge adorned with steel silhouettes of soldiers inscribed with close to 4,000 family names of almost 11,000 known Hunter Valley men and women who enlisted during World War I. It also links to Council’s Bathers Way promenade development, a six kilometre coastal walk linking Newcastle’s beaches and stretching from Merewether Ocean Baths to Nobbys Beach.