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Ever driven over Swansea Bridge and not even thought twice about what’s below? We decided to explore the stretch from the Swansea

Sitting around 160 metres above sea level, Munibung Hill connects the suburbs of Warners Bay, Speers Point, Boolaroo and Macquarie Hills. Even

So many times during this adventure we stopped, closed our eyes, and listened to the wildlife. The birds were definitely a standout.

When’s the last time you visited Mount Sugarloaf? Many of us visited as kids and have since viewed the summit from a

We never imagined the steep descent at the start would lead down to a rehabilitated pathway along Kilaben Creek. Starting on a

Wangi Point State Conservation Area is full of surprises. Its rocky platforms, countless coves & bays stretching south from Rathmines, provides a

A stunning coastal viewpoint meets gorgeous native heath on the coast of Lake Macquarie. This is where you’ll find Awabakal Nature Reserve.

There are so many awesome walking tracks in Lake Macquarie you can do with the kids. Here’s 5 we love to do

Did you know about the Spring bird migration that happens every year at Coon Island Swansea? Traveling epic journey’s from the Arctic

Every time we venture somewhere new we learn so much and Belmont Lagoon told a story of many tales. From the history

From the moment you begin this trail, you’ll see the work which has gone into the regeneration, preservation, and conservation of the

Running parallel to the beach and weaving its way through the coastal landscape is Owens Walk at Redhead. There is so much

Tucked away just past the sea caves at Caves Beach is a coastal walk which showcases the gorgeous cliffs and landscape of

Hidden at the back of the old Sanitarium factory is the Cooranbong swing bridge. The bridge is full of character and history.

Even though the Watagans state forest is technically in Cessnock council area, you won’t get a better aerial view of Lake Macquarie. 

‘Green Point’ as it’s referred to by the locals, connects the suburbs of Belmont and Valentine through Green Point Reserve. From Belmont,

In Lake Macquarie, we are completely spoilt living in and around our lake. However, Lake Mac has many more amazing places to