Flights from Darwin to Newcastle

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$242 ONE WAY
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$352 ONE WAY
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$365 ONE WAY
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$218 ONE WAY
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$414 ONE WAY

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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Newcastle

Explore the city’s ocean baths

In addition to beach-hopping after your flights Darwin to Newcastle, have a unique experience by visiting Newcastle’s various ocean baths. These coastal pools offer scenic views with ocean waves crashing over their sides. The Newcastle Ocean Baths and Merewether Baths are popular, while Bogey Hole offers a natural and secluded experience.


Make your way around the city by bike

The people of Newcastle enjoy living an outdoor lifestyle. Accordingly, there’s a wide network of cycling lanes throughout the city. Newcastle’s CBD and inner suburbs are compact, so you could easily make your way around by bike rather than car after your cheap flights Darwin to Newcastle. Bike rentals are available from several Automated Bike Rental terminals around the city.


Experience untouched nature at Glenrock State Conservation Area

Drive about 15 minutes south from the bustling city centre and you’ll find the Glenrock State Conservation Area. This coastal park is teeming with hiking trails that overlook beaches and rocky cliffs as well as lush forest. When you head here after your Darwin to Newcastle flights, you’ll experience untouched nature at its finest and you may even spot some wild echidnas.



Cafes and Restaurants

Coal River and Co.

This Mediterranean restaurant is one of the hottest places to go for dinner in Newcastle. Coal River and Co. uses fresh local ingredients to put an Australian spin on Italian classics. Visit this spot after your flights Darwin to Newcastle to enjoy dishes showcasing handmade pasta, such as paradelle ragu, pumpkin cannelloni, and ricotta gnocchi.


The Grain Store

The Grain Store is one of Newcastle’s most well-loved restaurants. It serves lunch and dinner in a modern and artistic environment. Head here after your flights Darwin to Newcastle to enjoy pub favourites like burgers, pizza, and locally caught fish. Visitors with cheap flights to Newcastle from Darwin will also be impressed by the wide selection of craft beers on tap.


Three Monkeys Cafe

If you’re looking for a great meal in a trendy atmosphere, head to the Three Monkeys Cafe after arriving into Newcastle Airport (NTL). It’s a great example of the emerging cafe scene in Newcastle that is beginning to share the spotlight with Sydney and Melbourne. Three Monkeys is open for breakfast and lunch each day with dishes such as berry pancakes, toasties, avo smash, and burgers. You can also visit for delicious smoothies and milkshakes following your cheap flights Darwin to Melbourne.



Best Things to Do on Weekends after Darwin to Newcastle Flights

Visit the Hunter Valley

One of Australia’s most famous wine regions – the Hunter Valley – is located about an hours’ drive away from central Newcastle. When you have Darwin to Newcastle flights, rent a car or join onto a tour, and head north to the scenic Hunter Valley. Throughout the region, there are more than 150 wineries, many of which open their cellar doors to visitors with flights Darwin to Newcastle. You’ll find all different types of wine throughout the Hunter Valley, including the region’s specialties of semillon and shiraz.


Newcastle City Farmers’ Market

On the Sunday after your cheap flights to Newcastle from Darwin, pay a visit to this market at the Newcastle Showground. At the market, you’ll find a variety of fresh local produce, including fruits and vegetables, cheese, cakes, teas, spices, wines, and more. In addition to food, you’ll find market stalls selling locally-made products, including clothing, skin care, soaps, and toys.


Take a Day Trip to Port Stephens and Nelson Bay

The quaint towns of Port Stephens and Nelson Bay are located about an hours’ drive up the coast from Newcastle. Both serve as a great day trip when you have tickets to Newcastle from Darwin in order to experience a different side to coastal NSW. Each of these towns is situated near the mouth of the Karuah River. Visitors with Darwin to Newcastle flights can enjoy visiting the beach, coastal walks, and kayaking or paddle boarding on the river. Additional landmarks to see when you visit Port Stephens and Nelson Bay are the Nelson Bay Lighthouse, Tomaree National Park, and Fly Point Aquatic Reserve. Port Stephens is also home to more than 100 bottlenose dolphins, making it the ‘Dolphin Capital of Australia.’



How Much Time to Spend in Newcastle

If you don’t have much time to get away, Newcastle is a great place to go for a long weekend. If you book flights Darwin to Newcastle for three days, you’ll have time to explore the city and take a day trip to somewhere nearby. If you have the time, book Darwin to Newcastle return flights for about five to seven days. There is so much to experience around Newcastle, and this will give you plenty of time without feeling rushed.


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