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iTravel Tourist Info – Maitland

Scenic beauty, heritage buildings, unique villages, welcoming people, an attractive lifestyle and convenient location are just some of the factors that lead visitors and residents alike to Maitland. At the heart of the city is Central Maitland, with its full range of shopping, business and civic functions as well as education, cultural and recreational services.

Built on the banks of the Hunter River, which brought life and trade to the early city, Maitland is one of the oldest heritage rich regional centres in Australia.

Whether you are here for a visit, a short time or a lifetime, the one thing you can be sure of is that you’re welcome in Maitland.

Population – 67,000

Distance from Muswellbrook – 87km

Local attractions – Maitland Goal, Walka Water Works

Home Field – Max McMahon Oval

Home Pub – Rutherford Hotel

Fun Fact - The 1955 Hunter Valley floods, also commonly known as "The Maitland Flood", was the first Australian natural disaster to be broadcast by the media on an international scale.

Interested in visiting Maitland outside of football? iTravel Muswellbrook can help you with all your travel needs big or small, whether you require flights, accommodation, cruising options, complete holiday packages, car rental, and travel insurance. Be sure to contact Vicki and her team

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