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There are 1 direct flights from Sydney to Newcastle.
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|Airlines flying this route:||Regional Express Servicios Aereos De Los Andes Virgin Australia|
|Airports in Sydney:||Kingsford Smith Airport|
|Airports in Newcastle:||Williamtown Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||0h45m|
Newcastle is the second most populated area of the state of New South Wales in Australia. It is the predominant city of the Hunter region, located at the mouth of the Hunter River. Newcastle is also the largest coal exporting harbour in the world as it is located in the vast coal deposits area of Hunter region. The second oldest city of Australia is famous for its superb beaches, historic architecture, fine dining, hip bars, diverse art scene and its laid back attitude.
Tip: Newcastle has a humid subtropical climate, and is warm throughout the year. Best months to visit will be from December to February.
Getting to Newcastle
Newcastle Airport (NTL) is the airport serving Newcastle located in Port Stephens. It is the 13th busiest airport in Australia. One can commute to and from the airport through taxis and hotel shuttles.
Several airlines and airways have many flights operating from Sydney to Newcastle. Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD) has a direct flight to Newcastle Airport (NTL) by Rex Airlines. Some options for a cheap flight from Sydney are by Rex Airlines, Qantas Airlines and Virgin Australia.
Tip: Both Sydney and Newcastle observe daylight saving time; therefore, time differences between the cities can change.
Take in the sights of the city
Newcastle being a harbour city has plenty of beaches. The beaches are linked via the Bathers Way, which is a coastal walk between Merewether Beach and Nobbys beach. The Bogey Hole, a colonial-era convict-built ocean bath is accessible by the Bathers Way. On the same path, one can enjoy watching migrating whales from the historic Fort Scratchley. Other prominent sights of Newcastle are Newcastle Maritime Centre, Newcastle Memorial Walk, McDonalds Jones Stadium, Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle Museum, Merewether aquarium, Merewether Beach, Hunter Wetlands Centre, and Christ Church Cathedral.
Newcastle has a flourishing eating and drinking scene. The city centre is sprinkled with pubs and all kinds of eateries. One can find a few quirky bars and live-music spots in this area. Darby St is famous as the local icon for cafes and multi-cuisine restaurants. The Honeysuckle Precinct, Queens Wharf, Beaumont St, and beaches shave plenty of good cafes and pub options.
Newcastle may not have the trendy shopping scene as Sydney, but it has its fair share of shopping centres and retail outlets. The shops and boutiques at Charleston Street and Hunter St are favourite among locals and tourists alike for their vast range of options. In these areas, one can find branded products to local designer ones.
Tip: To enjoy the laidback island lifestyle, rent a bike and enjoy the seaside views. Local bus service is also excellent, and the ferry service should also be enjoyed.
The best areas for accommodation
One can find much mid-range accommodation in Newcastle. There are business hotels, remodelled pub rooms, guesthouses, hostels, bed & breakfast, motels, etc. for travellers of all budgets and preferences. Most accommodations are located around Newcastle west and city centre.
Tip: For the people on a budget, there are many options for apartments/ houses on rent and Airbnb too.
There are many Sydney to Newcastle flights throughout the day, so best is to customise your search to get the best price according to your travel dates. If you’d want to travel on a budget, combine your Sydney-Newcastle flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Sydney to Newcastle. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
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