What's on in Raymond Terrace, NSW
Raymond Terrace is a charming historic township and holiday hub located at the confluence of the Williams and Hunter rivers about 20 km north of Newcastle, and 170 km north of Sydney in The Hunter Valley Region of New South Wales. Raymond Terrace is the home of the famous Hunter Region Botanic Gardens that features about 120 hectares of Gardens with specific themes and delightful bushwalks through the native bushland. You can join one of the many Guided Tours that are available in the Botanic Gardens as well as enjoy the wonderful picnic areas and parklands. Raymond Terrace is a major rural service centre for the district surrounding Port Stephens and the local rural districts. Raymond Terrace is also home to a fleet of prawn trawlers that fish the estuaries and inshore waters. Nearby in Williamtown
is the famous attraction of Fighter World that has fascinating displays of aircraft, armament, equipment and engines, spanning more than100 years of aviation history. Some of the major attractions, activities and events in the Raymond Terrace area include: # Visitor Information Centre # Sketchley Pioneer Cottage Museum # Tomago House # Hunter Botanic Gardens # Grahamstown Lake # Tomteland Fun Park. There are two licensed clubs in the area, The Raymond Terrace Bowling Club and the Muree Golf Club as well as several public bars, clubs and taverns. Williamstown and Newcastle provide additional entertainment options.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities