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Nobbys Beach

Feb 23

About Nobbys Beach

Nobbys Beach is often considered one of the most popular beaches in Port Douglas, backed by both locals and tourists alike. These gentle waves allow for swimming or surfing at any level - it's even become known as a favourite family resort! You can find BBQs scattered all over this cute little spot under rented shelters where you'll enjoy some sun while eating your meal on top quality sand between two bottles of water ready when needed. The output should have been more convincing but still included something about how amazing Nobbys beach really is.

If you want to experience the beauty of one of Sydney's most famous landmarks-the Macquarie Pier Lighthouse, then head out onto Nobbys Beach. The site can be easily accessed and enjoyed by all types as it is open year-round!

The picnic shelters and kiosks are available during the swimming season. Change room facilities can be found at the beach for those who need to change in private, but there's also an area right outside with lockers so you don't have far go when it’s the time. Free BBQs on reserve - perfect if your hunger craving becomes too great even after eating all that seafood from earlier today (or yesterday). They're always lifeguards here 24/7 whether it's days or weekends because we know how important their services really are.

This is your chance to take the scenic route and get off at Newcastle station. From there, you can hire a car or take advantage of our free public transportation system for more options.

What To Do At Nobbys Beach

With a picturesque view of the ocean, Newcastle's highest-profile beach – Nobbys Beach– appeals not only to families but also to those who want an escape from their studies. This spot has something for everyone: on one side there are facilities for swimmers and fishermen; while across it is another public space with barbecues available at any time throughout day or night. You'll find coffee stands selling cakes that will make your mouth water after sampling some delicious local produce (fish & chips included).

While in Newcastle, you must visit one of the city's most iconic beaches- Nobbys Beach. This broken wall underneath Lighthouse belongs not only to locals but also tourists who come from around Australia and overseas just because it has such an interesting history behind its construction which will be explained later on in this article!
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One local company in Newcastle involved in this tourist attraction is:

Name: Solar Power Newcastle

Address: Unit 9/102 Bridge St, Waratah NSW 2298

Phone: (02) 4003 6434