Australia, Here I am! : Newcastle where heatwave hits harbour

All good things come to an end, so does our first trip in Australia. We had only two days left to enjoy Newcastle and to drive back to Sydney. We coped quite well with heatwave until we spent two hours walking along Newcastle’s foreshore footpath after lunch–it was a bad decision.

We checked in at Rydges Newcastle, a hotel located at a corder of Corner Merewether Street and Wharf Road. Because the hotel allows only valet parking, which takes 15 minutes to service, we decided to leave the car at the hotel and explored the town by walk.

We walked from our hotel to Darby Street where we found many quirky shops, pubs, coffee shops, and restaurants. We had a decent meal at Wil&Sons. We continued our walk along the street and arrived at the other end of Wharf Road, where we realised the heatwave killing us softly. Although we were almost burnt, we managed to take photos of sight-seeings, and stunning scenery along Newcastle’s foreshore footpath.

Wil&Sons at Darby Street, Newcastle

Relaxing at Wil&Sons

Old-style Building at Wharf Road

Newcastle ANZAC Memorial Walk

Fort Scratchley is closed after 4pm.

Walking along Newcastle’s foreshore footpath during 1pm – 3pm in summer was insane.
Do not try this at home.

To be continued…

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