Lake Macquarie Hotels
Lake Macquarie, Australia
Located approximately 93 miles (150 km) north of Sydney, Lake Macquarie is a wonderful waterfront destination in New South Wales, Australia. This city showcases nine thriving town centres and a unique location boasting beaches, mountains and, of course, the lake. The perfect backdrop to a holiday getaway, the city offers sailing and several recreation venues as well; from Warners Bay to Boolaroo and back, visitors enjoy every minute of their adventure in Lake Macquarie. ... Read more »
Lake Macquarie Attractions
- Nine Mile Beach
- Dobell House of Lake Macquarie
- Mandalong Gallery
Lake Macquarie Activities
- Shop nearby Charlestown Square
- Explore the Watagan Mountains
- Take a jet boat tour of the lake with Lake Macquarie Kayak & Bike Hire
Lake Macquarie Climate
Lake Macquarie tends to have warm summers, mild winters and wet autumns. From December through February, summer temperatures range around 77°F (25°C); winters are a bit cooler, making this destination in New South Wales excellent for visiting all year round. Average annual precipitation measures 45 inches (1,143 mm), with most falling February through June.
Getting There & Around
Arriving at Lake Macquarie is easy by way of car, rail or plane. Direct flights arrive at Newcastle Airport from Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, the North Coast of NSW and Brisbane. From the airport, visitors can hire a car or take a shuttle bus to the city to reach accommodations.
In town, buses, rail and hired cars are available. Key train stations in Lake Macquarie include Wyee, Morisset, Fassifern and Cardiff.« Hide