Hotels in Lake Macquarie

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Squid's Ink Motel
Squid's Ink Motel
8.0 Excellent
690 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia
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1.1 km from city centre, Belmont, NSW, Australia 

Squid's Ink Motel is located in Belmont and features free Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi. It also offers meeting rooms, luggage storage and a lake.

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Squid's Ink Motel
Squid's Ink Motel
8.0 Excellent
690 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia
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1.1 km from city centre,  

Squid's Ink Motel is located in Belmont and features free Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi. It also offers meeting rooms, luggage storage and a lake.

€50
Avg. per night
Gunyah Hotel
Gunyah Hotel
7.8 Good
644 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia
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0.5 km from city centre,  

Located in Belmont, Gunyah Hotel is an easy drive from Lake Macquarie and offers free private parking on site. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

€64
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Lakeview Motor Inn
Lakeview Motor Inn
8.0 Excellent
749 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia
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1.3 km from city centre,  

Lakeview Motor Inn provides a comfortable setting when in Belmont. It also offers laundry facilities, an outdoor pool and room service.

€71
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Hotel prices in Lake Macquarie

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Lakeview Motor Inn
No. 1 most popular

Lakeview Motor Inn

749 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia

8.0 Excellent
€72

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Gunyah Hotel
No. 2 most popular

Gunyah Hotel

644 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia

7.8 Good
€64

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Squid's Ink Motel
Best value

Squid's Ink Motel

690 Pacific Highway, Belmont, NSW, Australia

8.0 Excellent
€50

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Lake Macquarie

About Lake Macquarie

Considered one of Australia’s best aquatic playgrounds, Lake Macquarie is the country’s largest saltwater lake. It includes an array of water-based activities, from sailing and kayaking to fishing and dolphin spotting. The lake’s banks also yield idyllic beaches perfect for sunbathing and picnics.

Looking for holiday thrills? Try your hand a water skiing or wakeboarding on Lake Macquarie. If you prefer a more leisurely experience, charter a houseboat or yacht and spend a few nights on the water.

Lake Macquarie is encircled by a range of Heritage-listed towns and hamlets, such as Warners Bay, Swansea and Toronto. Each one boasts its own unique charms, like Charlestown, which is considered the best spot for boutique and designer shopping.

Active adventurers will love the walking trails around the lake, including Awaba Bay Foreshore walk and the Wangi circuit, which reveal native wildlife and towering forest. For a perfect day of leisure make a day trip to Hunter Valley, about two hours away, and sample some of the region’s award-winning wine.

Getting there

Lake Macquarie is best explored on a self-drive holiday; however, you can catch buses from Newcastle to the City of Lake Macquarie. Expect to take 35 minutes if you’re driving from Newcastle or almost two hours if you’re visiting from Sydney.

Lake Macquarie travel FAQs

Considered one of Australia’s best aquatic playgrounds, Lake Macquarie is the country’s largest saltwater lake. It includes an array of water-based activities, from sailing and kayaking to fishing and dolphin spotting. The lake’s banks also yield idyllic beaches perfect for sunbathing and picnics.

Looking for holiday thrills? Try your hand a water skiing or wakeboarding on Lake Macquarie. If you prefer a more leisurely experience, charter a houseboat or yacht and spend a few nights on the water.

Lake Macquarie is encircled by a range of Heritage-listed towns and hamlets, such as Warners Bay, Swansea and Toronto. Each one boasts its own unique charms, like Charlestown, which is considered the best spot for boutique and designer shopping.

Active adventurers will love the walking trails around the lake, including Awaba Bay Foreshore walk and the Wangi circuit, which reveal native wildlife and towering forest. For a perfect day of leisure make a day trip to Hunter Valley, about two hours away, and sample some of the region’s award-winning wine.

Getting there

Lake Macquarie is best explored on a self-drive holiday; however, you can catch buses from Newcastle to the City of Lake Macquarie. Expect to take 35 minutes if you’re driving from Newcastle or almost two hours if you’re visiting from Sydney.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Lake Macquarie?

    Users favour staying in areas such as Belmont, Warners Bay, and Wangi Wangi. Consider these locations when searching for your desired stay.

  • What are the best hotels in Lake Macquarie?

    Lake Macquarie is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Belmont Palms Motel, which has a current rating of 8.0. For other potential stays, consider Squid's Ink Motel and Lakeview Motor Inn, which can also be great places to stay in Lake Macquarie.