Lake Macquarie Tours
Tours Around Lake Macquarie
Experience Lake Macquarie Tours like no other! See pristine beaches, the inviting water of Lake Macquarie and surrounding majestic Watagan Mountains. Whether you’re visiting Lake Macquarie for a short visit or an extended holiday, adventure awaits at every turn!
Some of the must-do sights and activities offered around the lake:
- Learn to surf
- Stand-up paddle boarding
- Coastal adventure tour boats
- Lake Macquarie lunch or dinner cruises
- Scenic helicopter flights
- Tandem skydiving
- Aerobatic flights with Matt Hall Racing
- Jetboat rides, and more…
Looking for something to eat? Lake macquarie is home to a multitude of excellent cafes, restaurants and clubs on all sides of the lake, with a varied selection for both vegetarians, meat-eaters and seafood lovers.
Let Classic Tours design a Lake Macquarie adventure of a lifetime! Explore the lake on foot, bicycle or tick off the bucket list and take in the sights with one of our Mustang tours. Call us now on 1300 687 622 for a quote.
Only two hours’ drive north of Sydney and about 30 minutes from Newcastle, Australia’s largest coastal saltwater lake is a perfect escape for a weekend or an extended stay. Adjacent to stunning ocean beaches, Lake Macquarie is ideal for water sports of all kinds. You’ll find plenty of things to do on the lake, such as sailing, kayaking, fishing and stand up paddle boarding.
Situated to the east, between idyllic Lake Macquarie and the Pacific Ocean, Belmont boasts two major sailing clubs, marinas, an 18-hole golf course, multiple pubs and clubs as well as a number of waterfront restaurants and cafes.
At the north end of lake macquarie, Warners Bay is a hub for watersports and outdoor activities, with plenty of cafes and restaurants to relax and indulge. The shared path along the waterfront Esplanade runs for 9km from Lions Park, Eleebana in the east, to the Museum of Art and Culture in the west. The path is perfect for walking, cycling and rollerblading.
On the western side of the lake, Toronto is home to a yacht club and marina, an 18-hole golf course, as well as a shopping precinct, restaurants and cafes.