Tourist Attractions in Newcastle, Midlands & Battlefields, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Carnegie Art Gallery

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Boschoek Dam

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Town Hall

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Carnegie Art Gallery: less than 5 km
Kilbarchan Golf Club: less than 5 km
Newcastle Golf Club: less than 5 km
Monte Vista Casino: less than 5 km
O'Neils Cottage in Newcastle: less than 5 km
Fort Amiel: less than 5 km

Scott Street

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Sunset behind the rain

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Haggards on Hilldrop
Haggards on Hilldrop in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
The original homestead now houses the breakfast room, dining room, offices and 3 stylishly furnished rooms decorated to suit the original history and ideal for the overseas visitor to relate themselves with Newcastle history. We also offer another...
Schuilklip Game Farm
Schuilklip Game Farm in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
Accommodation consists of 4 comfortable chalets each with its own lapa, built in braai and boma fire place for you to enjoy each other's company. Each chalet has 3 bedrooms and can accommodate 6 people.
Camelot Guesthouse
Camelot Guesthouse in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
Camelot is situated next to a farm and has a beautiful view of the Drakensberg. The rooms are stylishly decorated with dark wood Bali furniture, white 100% cotton linen, the most beautiful hand-woven throws.
Grey Goose Game Lodge
Grey Goose Game Lodge in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
The Grey Goose Game Lodge is situated at the foot of the Drakensburg Mountains on the outskirts of Newcastle. Whether for business or pleasure we are a fantastic getaway, offering a great service in beautiful surroundings.
Avalon Guest Manor
Avalon Guest Manor in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
Avalon offers the relaxed ambiance of a Colonial Manor filled with all the luxuries of the modern lifestyle.

This thriving commercial centre was named after Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the United Kingdom. It has links with 27 sister Newcastle towns dotted about the Western World. The cosmopolitan character of Newcastle is celebrated annually, in the first week of September, when The International Village Festival is held.

Located on the alternative route linking Gauteng and Durban, between The KwaZulu-Natal Battlefield Route towns of Volksrust and Ladysmith, Newcastle visitors can inspect the sites of some of the major battles fought during The first War of Independence, including The Battle of Majuba, where the British suffered their final defeat. O'Neil's cottage, where the peace treaty was signed signalling the end of hostilities (for a few years) is situated just outside the town on the road to Volksrust.

Having all the sporting and leisure amenities enjoyed by major cities, Newcastle also offers its visitors the chance to experience the wonders of the countryside, with the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains being a short ten minutes drive away, in any direction.

A wide variety of accommodation establishments and conference facilities are available in the city of Newcastle.

Review Accommodation - Blackrock Casino hotel accommodation in Newcastle, KwaZulu Natal

En route from Durban to Johannesburg, you may need a New Castle accommodation stop-over - visit the Blackrock Casino in Newcastle, KZN. Really great New Castle hotel accommodation right in the heart of the Midlands and Battlefields. The Blackrock Casino offers luxury 4 star hotel midlands accommodation, and a buzzing casino.

If you're not gambling in the action packed New Castle casino, you should try the Blackrock Wellness Centre, as well as the Mid City Grill, which serves delicious seafood and curries.

We never imagined that such world class Midlands accommodation and entertainment could be right off the main N3 highway. On our return we'll do a little detour and try some interesting B&B accommodation in The Midlands or perhaps a nice Drakensberg resort? I hear that Cathedral Peak and Drakensberg Gardens are really great Drakensberg Hotels.

Valda and John Black