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Raymond Terrace East: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Hunter Region Botanic Gardens


The Hunter's only Botanic Gardens feature more than 30 hectares of tranquil landscaped gardens displaying the beauty and diversity of Australian native flora.

There are more than 3,000 living specimens in a natural bush setting with eight kilometres of easy tracks and trails. Theme gardens include natives (grevillea, acacia, hakeas, ferns) and exotics (orchids, bromeliads and an amazing succulent and cacti garden).

The result of community initiative and run by volunteers, the gardens also protects 100 hectares of land in the Tomago sand beds catchment area, including two wetland habitats.

Plants are cultivated for sale. There is a visitor centre with a cafe and gift shop. There are also a library, herbarium, wildflower walks/trails and an abundance of wildlife.




2100 Pacific Highway
Heatherbrae, NSW, 2324

Located 4.8K from Raymond Terrace East

Pacific Dunes Golf Club


Pacific Dunes has established a reputation for providing a unique golfing experience on the 18 hole championship golf course, with its natural sandy base and rolling topography, combined with temperate and year round golfing weather, it creates the perfect setting for a course to suit all golfers.

The layout combines two distinct nine hole loops to create a spectacular 18 hole championship course. The opening nine holes wind through a native woodland setting, perfectly complementing the stunning wetland back nine.

Designed by renowned course architect, James Wilcher you're sure to be impressed with the superior playing surfaces.

Only 20 minutes to Nelson Bay, 25 minutes to the city centre of Newcastle, and less than two hours' drive to Sydney, this magnificent premier golf and residential community will be sure to make a lasting impression.




Championship Drive
Medowie, NSW, 2318

Located 8.6K from Raymond Terrace East

Newcastle Golf Club


Located at the mouth of the Hunter River, two hour's drive from Sydney, Newcastle (formerly known as the Stockton Course) is one of only two courses in NSW given international recognition by the panel of experts rating the World's Top 100 Courses.

A true championship course of 6200 metres (6780 yards), it is based on undulating sand dunes like those of the great historic links of Great Britain and Ireland.

However, instead of fairways lined by gorse and heather, Newcastle is carved out of a forest of Eucalypts and angophoras abounding in native flora and fauna, including kookaburras, bearded dragons and kangaroos, making it a delightful as well as a challenging course to play.

Facilities include a full-length practice fairway, large chipping and putting greens, fully serviced Pro Shop, bar and catering.





Vardon Road
Fern Bay, NSW, 2295

Located 12.5K from Raymond Terrace East

Beresfield Golf and FootGolf Course


Beresfield Golf course offers a casual and social way to play golf and the new sport of FootGolf (soccer on the golf course).

FootGolf (9 holes) is a fun, faster way to enjoy a golf course and is a great way to spend some active time with family and friends.

The 11 hole golf course offers something for everyone, whether you are starting to play golf, getting back into golf or wanting to have a laugh with family and friends.

Clubs, carts and buggies available for hire, just rock up and play. Kiosk and barbecue facilities onsite.




260 Anderson Drive
Beresfield, NSW, 2322

Located 13.3K from Raymond Terrace East

Xtreme Go Karts


Xtreme Go Karts at Thornton near Maitland is unique and as soon as you walk in the difference is apparent, with up to 220 metres of race track, a Corporate Box overlooking the track and a live scoring system. Xtreme Indoor Go Kart racing uses the best barriers/railing system for your safety as well as professionally trained track flag marshals. For those who love the challenge of breaking a new record they also offer a racing league.

Birthday Packages, Work Social Events and Weekly School Sports Programs are also available.




11 Hartley Drive
Thornton, NSW, 2322

Located 13.3K from Raymond Terrace East

Mortels Sheepskin Factory


Since 1958, the Mortel family have been making sheepskin products. You can now visit Mortels purpose built facility for a fully guided factory tour. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a fully operational manufacturing plant. Watch and learn how their famous UGG boots are made. The tour finishes in store where the very product you have watched being made can be purchased.

In addition to the tour you can enjoy coffee, sweets or lunch by their award winning chef at the Caf? and Gift Gallery and complete your visit by stepping into The Sheep's Back Museum to enjoy the history of the UGG boot and culturally significant stories through the history of sheepskin manufacturing and wool raising throughout Australia.

Mortels Sheepskin Factory are proud to be the home of The Big UGG Boots - Australia's iconic UGGs are now a significant landmark that offers a prime photo opportunity!





1 Weakleys Drive
Thornton, NSW, 2322

Located 13.5K from Raymond Terrace East

Australian Alpaca Barn - Morpeth


The Australian Alpaca Barn specialises in the sale and promotion of quality Alpaca products manufactured in Australia, New Zealand and Peru. They offer a comprehensive range, designed for the discerning buyer, including coats, throw rugs, bedding, scarves, jumpers, yarn and accessories.

The Australian Alpaca Barn is aligned with the top manufacturers of Alpaca in Australia and Peru, allowing them to create and sell the most superior quality Alpaca products from these stunning animals.





Central Inn Mews,
135 Swan Street
Morpeth, NSW, 2321

Located 14.6K from Raymond Terrace East

Tourist Drive 2 - Bucketts Way


The Bucketts Way is the second oldest tourist drive in the state, and for good reason, it is a scenic detour off the Pacific Highway. Tourist Drive 2 (the Bucketts Way) takes you through tall forest, rolling green valleys and pretty towns and villages.

This scenic route is popular with motorcycle riders as it provides one of the best road touring experiences in NSW. Motorists will discover the historic town of Stroud, the beautifully located regional town of Gloucester, the hillside village of Krambach and the riverside village of Tinonee.

Named after the Bucketts Mountains overlooking Gloucester, it was the former alignment of State Highway 10 (changed in 1931 to the Pacific Highway), between Raymond Terrace and Taree between August 1928 and 1952.

The Bucketts Way provides a vital link to Barrington Tops via Gloucester and access to the New England region via Thunderbolts Way.




From the Pacific Highway at 12 Mile Creek near Raymond Terrace,
From the Pacific Highway at Purfleet near Taree
Purfleet, NSW, 2430

Located 14.8K from Raymond Terrace East

Raymond Terrace East: Events

Port Stephens Market


Port Stephens Market is a monthly market running on the fourth Saturday of the month. It is a wonderful local community market located in Salt Ash.

If you are driving to the bay it's a 'must' that you stop in to see what wonderful things this community produces. There is a jumping castle and face painting for the kids, great food and coffee including Devonshire Teas and homemade baking.

Stalls range from flowers, plants, paintings and clothing to crochet beanies, hair accessories, stationery, baby goods and animal treats. This is an ever growing local market with a great atmosphere and you are invited to come along to enjoy it.

New stall holders are always welcome to contact the markets for information on booking a stall.


Event Dates
2016
      27th Aug
      24th Sep
      22nd Oct
      26th Nov


Nelson Bay Road
Salt Ash, NSW, 2318

Located 12.2K from Raymond Terrace East

Morpeth Jazz Festival


Morpeth Chapel Jazz is a joint venture of the three churches of Morpeth.

Until the 1980s, Morpeth was a rundown village in fear of demolition. Then it was slowly rejuvenated as a destination and what was left of its charming buildings rescued from the bulldozer. A few local businesses joined together to establish a small jazz festival in the bicentenary year of 1988. The jazz festival soon acquired a life of its own and by 2000 had developed into a major event.

In 2009 Jazz returned to Morpeth when the three churches got together to revive the Morpeth Jazz Festival as ChapelJazz. The aim of ChapelJazz is to present traditional jazz in a welcoming environment to jazz lovers and their families and provide an enjoyable community experience.





Roman Catholic Church,
Anglican Church,
Uniting Church
Morpeth, NSW, 2321

Located 14.4K from Raymond Terrace East

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