Suburb Profile


Medowie


Located in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Medowie is a suburb within the Port Stephens local government area. Situated 34 kilometres north of Newcastle by road, its proximity to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Base Williamtown has made Medowie home to many RAAF personnel holding posts there. The suburb used to be a small rural town, but a property and commercial boom during the 1980s allowed the development of infrastructure, residential areas, schools and industries. Medowie also has several sporting clubs for various sports such as cricket, soccer, rugby union, golf, netball and tennis. It also has a Rural Fire Station that was established in 1946.   Medowie offers the life you have always been looking for. Enjoy the tranquility of living close to the ocean while enjoying a semi rural lifestyle, all within easy driving distance to Newcastle. Bus transport services the town and Newcastle Airport is only 10 kms away with direct flights to Sydney, Melbourne & Bri...

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Port Stephens


PORT STEPHENS   Port Stephens is a well-known seaside holiday destination north of Newcastle and east of the Hunter Valley. With beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, it’s home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins. Popular activities in the region’s bays (principally, Nelson Bay and Shoal Bay) include whale watching, water sports, and exploring the stockton sand dunes, 32km of dunes perfect for quad biking or a 4WD adventure.

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Salt Ash, Williamtown, Fullerton Cove & Bobs Farm


SALT ASH, WILLIAMTOWN, FULLERTON COVE & BOBS FARM   Within a short drive of Medowie are the acres of Salt Ash, Williamtown, Fullerton Cove, Bobs Farm, Ferodale and Campvale, all semi rural areas with homes on acreage parcels from 2 acres.

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