This centrally located accessible accommodation – The Apollo International Hotel Newcastle comprises 95 beautifully decorated over-sized accommodation rooms together with a conference centre. Almost all air-conditioned guest rooms have generous balconies and abundant free parking is provided. Located in Newcastle, this hotel offers a range of accommodation options, including family suites and accessible rooms, plus four conference and event venues. The Apollo International Hotel features Newcastle’s finest choice of accommodation, conference, wedding and event facilities.
Other amenity details:
- Free Movies
- Free accessible parking
- Restaurant – catering for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Pool and Gazebo
- Undercover car park
- Guest computer
- Bar – 6 nights a week
Charlestown is the retail and commercial hub of Newcastle and is only a 10-minute drive from the Newcastle CBD and beaches. The hotel is a few hundred metres from Charlestown Square which, at 88,000 sqm, is one of the largest regional shopping centres in Australia, with an extensive restaurant and entertainment precinct, including an all-digital, 8 screens, Reading Cinema complex.
Newcastle is Australia’s second oldest city and is the seventh largest city In the country. It is only 160kms north of Sydney and is located in the heart of the Hunter Region. It is bordered by a stunning coastline with beautiful beaches.
The Hunter Region or Valley is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast and is most commonly known for its wineries and coal industry.
Wheelchair accessible Activities
Newcastle Memorial Walk
Newcastle’s Memorial Walk is a spectacular coastal walk located above Memorial Drive The Hill, on Strzelecki Headland (between Bar Beach and King Edward Park). Click HERE to learn more.
The Fernleigh Track is an attractive and popular walking and cycling path, created along the route of a former rail corridor in the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie regions of, spanning 15km this shared pathway from Adamstown to Belmont is fantastic for walking or cycling. Click HERE to learn more.
Fort Scratchley a former coastal defence installation located in Newcastle East was built in 1882 to defend the city against a possible Russian attack and is now a museum. The Fort also conducts paid guided tours through the extensive underground tunnel complex or you are welcome to walk around yourself for free. Click HERE to learn more.