Port to Port is set up with the traveller in mind. Every day we set time aside for riders and their support crew to indulge in a variety of tourist activities in the region. With this in mind, we encourage you to bring friends and family to the event!

Newcastle

This is Newcastle – a city of contrast, change and endless possibility. A city bound by a working harbour and glorious surf beaches and forged from coal, timber and sweat. As Australia's second-oldest and New South Wales second largest city, Newcastle has moved on from its industrial steel city image to embrace a new outlook.

Now renowned for its festivals and events, laid back culture, arts scene and the clever repurposing of buildings; it's making a name for itself as a haven for lovers of fine fare, boutique clothing and homewares, craft beer and quality local wines.

There is always something to discover in Newcastle! Discover more at visitnewcastle.com.au or by searching Newcastle, Australia on Facebook.

Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie is home to the largest permanent coastal saltwater lake in the Southern Hemisphere, twice the size of Sydney Harbour, 30km of pristine coastline and some of the most beautiful forests in New South Wales. This beautiful city is made up of 90 diverse towns and villages and has no shortage of things to see and do. It provides the opportunity for a diversity of water-based activities and natural environment experiences, making Lake Macquarie the perfect coastal getaway and one of New South Wales’ best kept holiday secrets.

For more ideas on what to see and do when in Lake Macquarie head to www.visitlakemac.com.au or free call the friendly team at the Visitor Information Centre on 1800 802 044.

Hunter Valley

180 years young, Australia’s oldest and best-known wine region is soaked in history but is certainly not a museum piece.

It’s a dynamic wine region that brims with over 150 top-class wineries, 60 indulgent restaurants and 180 places to stay as well as gourmet produce, boutique breweries, special experiences and friendly local communities.

See what's on in the Hunter Valley.

 

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