There are 2 ways to get from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach by train or car
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Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach is to drive which costs $13 - $20 and takes 1h 19m.
The quickest way to get from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach is to drive which costs $13 - $20 and takes 1h 19m.
The distance between Newcastle and Ettalong Beach is 77 km. The road distance is 109 km.
The best way to get from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach without a car is to train which takes 1h 42m and costs $14 - $22.
It takes approximately 1h 42m to get from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach, including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Newcastle to Ettalong Beach is 109 km. It takes approximately 1h 19m to drive from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach.
There are 305+ hotels available in Ettalong Beach. Prices start at $102 USD per night.
What companies run services between Newcastle, NSW, Australia and Ettalong Beach, NSW, Australia?
Transport NSW operates a train from Newcastle to Ettalong Beach hourly. Tickets cost $8 - $13 and the journey takes 1h 20m.
Train from Newcastle Interchange to Woy Woy Station
- Ave. Duration
- 1h 20m
- Estimated price
- $8 - $13
- Schedules at
- Transport NSW
- $8 - $13
- 1st Class
- $11 - $17
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