Hunter Region Attractions.

There is plenty to see and do around Rosco.

  There are two legal beaches to choose from.  Birdie Beach to the south in Munmorah National Park

 Samurai Beach in Tomaree National Park near Anna Bay in Port Stephens.  

Many of our members are regular visitors to the beach and the club often has beach days.

Did you know ROSCO was formed as Red Ochre Swimming Club, named after the beach at the north of Birdie Beach where the club members first met?

Lake Macquarie Snapshot

The city’s centrepiece is a vast blue water expanse, four and a half times the size of Sydney Harbour.

Sandy inlets, secluded bays and protected foreshores feature around the Lake, perfect for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and other water activities.

There is plenty to see and do from the waters edge, with community parks and reserves, bush walking tracks, flora and fauna trails, shared paths, shopping precincts, art galleries and town centres spread around the city’s lake foreshore areas

Newcastle Snapshot

Newcastle, Australia’s seventh largest city, is only 160kms north of Sydney.

It is located in the heart of the Hunter Region and bordered by a stunning coastline with beautiful beaches.

History: As Australia 's second oldest city, Newcastle is a region rich with unique history.

The Awabakal and Worimi peoples are recognised and acknowledged as traditional custodians of the land and waters of the Newcastle area.

The earliest Aboriginal reference to the naming of Newcastle is Muloobinba (meaning Mu-lu-bin [edible sea fern] -ba [place of]).

 Following European settlement, Newcastle became a penal station, a coal town, a steel city.

Surrounding Areas:

Lake MacQuarie ,

Port Stephens,

Hunter Valley


Rosco Club is Affiliated with the Australian Naturist Federation.

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