Newcastle’s Bathers Way is one of the head seaside strolls in New South Wales, extending six kilometers from Merewether Baths in the south to Nobbys Beach in the north. Terrific perspectives proliferate from beginning to end, with the dazzling waterfront vistas at the highest point of Strzelecki Lookout and the famous stretch of sand paving the way to Nobbys Lighthouse, and the convict manufactured Bogey Hole among the numerous features. Similarly noteworthy is the territory’s rich history, saturated with stories of wrecks and convicts, wartime resistances and peacetime improvements. What’s more, before all that, Aboriginal settlement and the utilization of this land by the nearby Awabakal and Worimi people groups. Stop for a break at sea shore stands and bistros en route or pack an excursion and appreciate a more slow pace.
While you’re there set aside some effort to appreciate the Newcastle Memorial Walk, a 450m raised walk that offers 360 perspectives on the coast, right to Stockton Sand Dunes and the Hunter Valley.
Stopping is accessible toward the beginning of the walk, Nobbys Beach, or on the off chance that you might want to join the stroll at an alternate area stopping is accessible at King Edward Park, Bar Beach, Dixon Park Beach and Merewether Beach.
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