Pride Accommodation

Holiday Inn Express Newcastle*

514 King Street,Newcastle

*Our festival partner Holiday Inn Express Newcastle will be offering special rates for visitors during the Newcastle Pride Festival

The new Holiday Inn Express Newcastle features 170 well-designed rooms delivers a fresh and hassle free stay every time.  It is situated close to the Newcastle CBD, University of Newcastle, Honeysuckle dining and business precinct, Newcastle beach and foreshore and Market Town Shopping Centre and is located a short walk from the new Newcastle Interchange. 


Holiday Inn Express is thrilled to offer Pride attendees a discounted flat rate of $150/night – including breakfast for 2 and free wifi for the next 10 days only. Type NP1 into the Group Code box to get the $150 rate.

Newcastle Pride Festival Holiday Inn Express Newcastle Accommodation Special

NRMA Stockton Beach Holiday Park

3 Pitt St, Stockton NSW Phone: 1800 778 562

Newcastle Pride would like to announce the support of NRMA Stockton Beach Holiday Park for the Newcastle Pride Festival. NRMA Stockton Beach Holiday Park is offering 10% discount for stays during the Newcastle Pride Festival!

To redeem, just go to and enter discount code NCPRIDE on checkout online or over the phone when booking!! 

NRMA Stockton Beach Holiday Park is the closest holiday park to the Newcastle Pride Festival events. Bring your van, tent or stay in a cabin where the beach joins the harbour. Catch a ferry over to the festival and enjoy the events hosted over the full week from Saturday 17 August until 27 August 2019!

 Terms and conditions:

  • Conditions apply, subject to availability.
  • On sale 1 July 2019 until 9am AEST 27/ August 2019 for travel until 27 August 2019.
  • Valid in all accommodation types at Stockton Beach Holiday Park only
  • Minimum 2 night and maximum 14 night stays apply
  • Valid for new bookings on standard rate only
  • View full booking terms and conditions at

Newcastle Pride respectfully acknowledges that our celebrations are held on the traditional Lands of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.