Newnes Hotel Cabins
Historic Wilderness Retreat

...everything money can't buy

and surrounded by WOLLEMI NATIONAL PARK
Photo of 'Mystery Mountain'
"Mystery Mountain"
as seen from the hotel verandah.

What is on this web site:
About us Accommodation & Camping How to get to Newnes
Get Involved - Our Voucher Scheme. Bird List for the Newnes area. Other information about Newnes.
2007 - Our Centenary Year Walks around Newnes

Newnes Hotel Cabins'

Imagine a place with no TV - Imagine a place without distractions
A place where you can just "be".

This is us - a very special place.
Switch off and enjoy undisturbed time with your family or friends.
Our guests enjoy relaxing on the verandahs, experiencing nature, playing games and sitting around the fire -
Quality time for you and the ones close to you.

School Holidays ! ! !
This is the busy time at Newnes. Don't come if you prefer the peace and quiet we usually offer.
But lots of fun out in the bush for all the kids and parents who come to enjoy our place.
We are booked out for the Oct long weekend but all back to 'normal' after that.

Lots of people use the Wolgan Valley Rail Trail and we had great feed back.
This is the fantastic walk or bike ride (specially down hill) along the former railway line from the Coach Road all the way down to Newnes.
It was opened last December after three years of input from many volunteers.
Come and try it out !

Centennial Coal has lodged an application for the expansion of their long wall mining activities from both Springvale and Angus Place collieries.
After having damaged the water catchment of the southern branch of the Wolgan River they are now moving north and east under the still pristine Carne Creek area.
Carne Creek joins the Wolgan at the resort and despite of what the miners want to tell us on their 536 page + Environmnetal Impact Statement
the undermining of the gorge will drain the aquifers and it is likely that the swamps dry out, the rock will crack and the aquivers will change for ever -
the southern branch is clear evidence of that.

But not only that.
According to the Colong Foundation's media release they plan to pump 42 mio litres per day of mine water out of the mines and dump it untreated into Sydney Water's catchment.
Cheers Sydney.

More than 400 submisssions were received by the Department of Planning and Infrastructure
when the exhibition period ended on 26th of May.
A public hearing is planned for 16 Oct at Wallerawang
Let's see what happens. You can keep up to date on

Newnes school chimneys'
"MEMORIES OF NEWNES" - The whole story on DVD

We are sure you will enjoy the wonderful footage of the mining town, railway, school and the move of the pub together with interviews with former residents and the Friends of Newnes. The DVD brings the whole story of Newnes together in an hour of brilliant entertainment. It also forms a record of the rich history of this part of Australia.
The DVD is available at the Newnes Kiosk for $30.00 or by mail order for $35.00 (cheque or money order) payable to "The Newnes Hotel"
and sent to the Newnes Hotel, PO Box 63, Wallerawang, NSW, 2845.

Photo Albums of the Newnes area:
Photos - Cabins Photos - from a "chopper" Photos - Newnes area Photos - Main walks Photos - Cliff-top views

Glow worm tunnel walk Sunrise above Newnes Wallabies at cabins
Newnes Hotel

By email: "newnes[at]"
By Telephone: (02) 6355-1247 (at Newnes)
(02) 9698-8251 (in Sydney)
By Post: PO Box 63, Wallerawang, NSW 2845

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This page last updated: 22 March 2014