Daily activities of the locals of Heddon Greta related to nearby Kurri Kurri Suburb. Most of the people work at other nearby suburbs. The main attraction of Heddon Greta is The Kurri Kurri Golf Club. Kurri Kurri Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley, situated just a short drive from Hunter Valley Wine Country and Newcastle’s famous beaches. Another local attraction is The Heddon Greta Skyline drive-in. People from other areas visit Heddon Greta to enjoy the drive-in. The Heddon Greta Skyline drive-in was originally opened by Greater Union in December 1967. It closed twice during the mid 1980’s to early 1990’s until being reopened by Scott Seddon, with the help of family and friends, on 26th March, 1996. Heddon Greta Drive-in is a place where families can go, have a meal and sit down and watch great movies together. Energy Matters’ parent company, SunEdison, installs quality solar panel systems in New South Wales, including Heddon Greta.
There are a number of dining and takeaway options in the nearby areas of Heddon Greta. The one and only hotel at Heddon Greta is Heddon Greta Hotel. You need to visit nearby suburbs for different dining options. Angel’s Place, Kookaburras Brasseries & Grill, Bread Basket, Gold Sing Restaurant and Nan’s Thai Restaurant offer the best breakfast and lunch near the town. Other well-known restaurants include Domino’s Pizza Kurri Kurri, Kurri Hot Bread and Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant.
People like to go nearby suburbs or towns to shop. The Community Market starts at 8 am every day in Rotary Park, Kurri Kurri where people purchase necessary farm fresh produce goods including fresh vegetables, egg, dairy products, coffee, olives and oil products. This market is only 3km away from Heddon Greta. A number of supermarkets and shopping centres are available for Heddon Greta locals including Coles Supermarkets, IGA Supermarket, and ALDI.