Secluded beaches, pristine bays and islands of your choice, it sounds like a luxury holiday by the ocean. Believe it or not, this and so much more is waiting for you right here on our doorstep in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.
Board our custom-built boat for a private/bespoke tour and explore our stunning coastline and lake in the most authentic way possible! Relax and enjoy Newcastle or Lake Macquarie from the water. Our charters are booked upon request and tailored to suit your individual needs. Our private charters are enjoyed by groups of friends, families and teams of up to 20 per trip.
Together, let’s design a unique experience!
As the largest permanent saltwater lake in the southern hemisphere, the absolute best way to explore Lake Macquarie is on the water. On a private charter in Lake Macquarie, experience the lake itself, waterfront mansions, secluded beaches and islands. Level up your Lake Macquarie experience by stopping at one of the many restaurants on or around Lake Macquarie.
One of the most exciting aspects of our private boat tours of Lake Macquarie is that we take guests to some of the best waterfront venues around the Lake, with various cuisines to suit just about everyone. Our Trinity Point Dining Experience is our most popular private charter.
With approximately 200 kilometres of coastline, the Hunter Coastline from Seal Rocks to Broken Bay is home to some of the most stunning natural coastal areas along the entire New South Wales coast. Explore this section of coastline aboard a private charter and witness the beauty of these areas from the ocean!
Newcastle Harbour is a hive of activity from ships to tugs, wrecks, rivers, kayakers, rowers, yachts and everything in between. Some highlights of our Private Charters on Newcastle Harbour include the Statue of Destiny, the Hunter River, the Kate Tatham Shipwreck, Nobbys Lighthouse, the Pilot Station, Carrington Pumphouse and Christ Church Cathedral.
Want to level up your Newcastle experience? Why not pair it with a stop to dine at Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club or Signal Box Newcastle.
For something further afield, why not take a river tour? The Hunter River is a bird watcher’s delight. Dozens of species can be found fishing in the mangrove forests, along the grassy banks, in the water and even huge fishing eagles patrolling overhead. From Newcastle, we can travel up the Hunter River to a great lunch spot at the Riverhouse Café located at Raymond Terrace.