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Lake Macquarie is a water lovers heaven. With over 30km of golden beaches and a lake centrepiece twice the size of Sydney Harbour, there’s room for everyone to enjoy the water activities they love.

Lake Macquarie has been a well-known sailing destination for years, hosting regattas and sailing events regularly. Exploring the islands and sandy inlets of the lake is another fun pastime; bring your own boat or hire one when you get here.

Visitors to the City of Lake Macquarie this winter can stay an extra night courtesy of Lake Mac Holiday Parks who are offering a special three night deal for the price of two. With an endless coastline, a lake twice...
It’s that time of the year when those gracious whales start making their way up our coastline from the south to the north. Below is a roundup of the best places to view these incredible creatures. Redhead Bluff Don’t miss the incredible...
The sight of a one-year-old child nuzzling up to a buck kangaroo in the confines of the Morisset Hospital grounds yesterday, may have been a wonderful experience for the child and its parents, but at what risk to all...
Renovations to Jenolan Caves will transform the visitor experience and turn its surrounding towns into a gateway for tourists travelling to the Central West region of NSW. The NSW Government has announced renovations to Jenolan Caves that will give tourists...
Plans are well underway to develop Lake Macquarie Airport into the hub of local tourism. Skyline Aviation Group, based at the former Pelican (Belmont) Airport, say they have not yet turned a sod in the major new project, but...
Join in a real-life treasure hunt in Lake Macquarie over the Easter long weekend as hundreds of teams search for hidden items across the City during the first ever Oz GeoMuster. Lake Macquarie City Council is proud to be sponsoring the...
If you’re after an adrenalin rush or looking to do something a little adventurous this summer, visit Lake Macquarie Airport. The airport offers aerobatic flights, skydiving on the beach, helicopter flights, gyrocopter and microlight flights and more. Whether you are up...
Lake Macquarie’s four holiday parks, located at Swansea, Blacksmiths, Belmont and Wangi, have enjoyed a busy Christmas and school holiday season. Council’s Holiday Parks Coordinator, Garry Ellem said the overall occupancy rate for the Christmas holiday period was 90 per...
Looking for a quick getaway over the Christmas holidays with the kids? Well, this list is for you as we count down our top five picks for what to do in Lake Macquarie. #5 - Hire a boat There are a...

Toronto

Lakeside relaxation and waterfront dining are a few of the pleasures you can expect to enjoy when visiting in Toronto. The largest town on the western side of the Lake, Toronto features a vibrant sailing scene, the yacht club and...
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