Here are some popular attractions worth visiting in the Hunter Valley and Newcastle area.
Hunter Valley + Newcastle
Broke Rd, Pokolbin
For a respite from wine tasting and visiting wineries, a trip to Butterflies is a visual sensation. Many beautiful items are displayed and for sale in this cottage gallery and include paintings, porcelain, pottery, sculpture, wrought iron, glassware and so much more.
Campbells Store Craft Centre
175 Swan St, Morpeth
Over 12 specialty art, craft and gift shops can be enjoyed in historic Morpeth's Campbells Store Craft Centre. While in Morpeth explore the other treasures in Swan St Morpeth.
Cedar Grove Gallery
148 Swan St, Morpeth
This treasure trove of Australian made art, antiques, heritage and reproduction furniture and jewellery is located in what used to be the original Arnott's bakehouse building at historic Morpeth.
Allandale Rd, Cessnock
Cessnock Airport may be small compared to the larger city airports, but as a regional airport it is bustling with flights 7 days of the week.
Christ Church Anglican Cathedral
Church St, Newcastle
One of Newcastle's most amazing buildings, the Christ Church Anglican Cathedral is a masterpiece of arts and crafts work, including over 70 stained glass windows, tapestries and paintings.
Watt St, Newcastle
In 1876, when Newcastle was one of the world's busiest coal ports, Customs House was erected. Now fully restored, Customs House has become a popular fine dining restaurant and function venue with locals and visitors.