Stockton Beach Tourist Park 2004 - Newcastle NSW

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Contact and Location
Stockton Beach Tourist Park 2004
3 Pitt St - E
Newcastle NSW 2295
P: 02 4928 1393
F: 02 4920 1301

GPS:S32 54 46,E151 47 16
GPS:S32 54.7788,E151 47.2798

  1. Shez  of  Coopernook Sat October 10, 2020 at 11:08 AM

    Always stay here. Sad that the beach erosion has forced the park to remove a lot of their cabins. The rest of the park still good for caravaners. No gutters to contend with when reversing the van. Amenities are clean and well maintained. Staff always look after me. Park can be very busy in holiday times and weekends in good weather.
  2. Anthony and Sherallee  of  Gold Coast Thu May 31, 2012 at 2:26 PM

    Forgot to mension that there is a domestic airport at Newcastle and the airport is also home to the RAAF. There is an aircraft museum right next to the airport that is full of aircraft from the wars and models too.
  3. Anthony and Sherallee  of  Gold Coast QLD Thu May 31, 2012 at 2:21 PM

    This is the only caravan park in the Newcastle area. Staff could be bit more friendly. It has new cabins and plenty of good caravan sites. They are not perticularly shaded but there are some trees. Emenities are neat and clean. There is good visitor parking at the front of the park. You can walk out the side gate and catch the ferry to Newcastle very cheaply. The huge cargo ships can be seen and heard leaving the port which is quite spectacular. The beach is on your door step. So is the breakwater for fishing or walking on to see the ships go out or come in assisted by the tugs. The breakwater has the wreck of the 'Ardolf' well and truely stuck on its rocky walls. It is well worth a look. Have had many fun visits to this spot with my sister and brother inlaw. Other places to visit are Fort Scratchly where you can do a tour of the fort and learn all about how it all worked, Maitland Gaol not too far away is well worth a visit also. The RSL club puts on the best all you can eat I have seen in ages. Just bring your drivers license and sign in as a visitor.
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