Roughly 113 kilometres away from the capital city of Sydney, the district of Kotara is situated in the Hunter Valley of Newcastle in New South Wales. Several landscapes and seascapes are found in the vicinity of Kotara. Some of these are Little Red Head, Dudley Beach and Inner Basin. Kotara houses nearby tourist attractions, too, including Carole Frazer’s Local History Walks & Talks, which includes a tour for an hour or two around the hidden treasures of Newcastle and Newcastle Museum, which was founded in 1988 as a major bicentennial project. The suburban community of Kotara is primarily connected by the transport services of the Kotara train station and also via the Newcastle Airport. Town visitors who wish to stay for vacation may choose from a wide selection of hotels, such as Best Western Blackbutt Inn, Mercure Charlestown and Best Western Plus Apollo International, among several others.