The Clarendon Hotel

Address: 347 Hunter Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, 2300, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 347 Hunter Street, Newcastle, is near Blackbutt Reserve.
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      HMA Awards

      A travel blog entry by stewyfromnewy on Oct 17, 2014

      4 photos

      Every holiday should start with a big night out to put you off alcohol for a few days....The latest edition of HMA didn't disappoint, although most of the damage was done at the Spicer invitational held at the former Commonwealth hotel.

      A sign of the times? perhaps, the industry is having a rough time, but the whole shebang seemed a bit subdued. The Downer tables certainly did their best to "sponsor" some ...

      One week in.....

      A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on May 09, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... br> I went back to the Entrance to load up on some big Flat head that the locals say are everywhere, just not today. So I'm in the right spot with are the right gear and nothings happening, then all of a sudden i catch a tailor that's not supposed to be here. I decide to use the tailor as bait because Flattys love it. Ive been side tracked rigging up a bait, and have left my lure sitting on the bottom.

      Time for more family

      A travel blog entry by ellenlouise on Mar 16, 2014

      What a day! I don't want to do that again in a hurry.

      I left Husskison by 8.00am to travel up through Sydney and then onto New Castle. The start of the trip was fine - lovely and sunny and the hilly country I travelled through was really nice scenery. I stopped at a little place at a heritage bakery set up in an old heritage bank building and had lovely decadent morning tea with great coffee.
      I had set up my GPS to travel ...

      Wine tasting in Coal Mining Country!

      A travel blog entry by cornishsal on Mar 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... are the only known Australian Aboriginal group to use coal ('Nikkin' is their word for it) for fuel - coal fragments were discovered amongst the ash of very old campfires suggesting it had been deliberately used as fuel for thousands of years!The next morning I made my way to Fort Scratchley but decided to walk along the coastline to get there. It was a really nice walk which took a bit longer then I expected because I kept stopping to read the ...


      A travel blog entry by burkinator on Jan 22, 2014

      11 photos

      ... she's been travelling around Australia on her own as well. Then Gordon came in, and he looked like ****. Apparently he had hell of a night last night as well. I left him some time after midnight, don't know what happened to him afterwards, seemed like he had quite a lot to drink! Sophie left that morning as well to Port Stephens via Greyhound. She’s such a tiny girl with her huge luggage. We bid our farewells. Ada came to say goodbye but she had to go get her blood test for ...