Newcastle Memorial Walk
About Newcastle Memorial Walk
Discover the Newcastle Memorial Walk, a stunning monument that honors the sacrifices of Australian soldiers during World War I. Opened in 2015 to mark the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing in Gallipoli, the walk is made from an impressive 64 tonnes of stainless steel, commemorating the first steel production in Newcastle. Take a peaceful stroll along this meaningful memorial, experiencing breathtaking views and paying tribute to those who bravely served their country.
Explore the breathtaking Newcastle Memorial Walk, a commemorative pathway adorned with moving artworks dedicated to the heroic soldiers of World War I, while taking in the awe-inspiring views of the ocean from its picturesque cliffside location.
What to do at Newcastle Memorial Walk
Experience the Newcastle Memorial Walk and journey through history as you walk along a 160-metre-long bridge adorned with steel soldier silhouettes. Over 11,000 names of Hunter Valley men and women who enlisted to serve in World War I are also on display. The walk culminates in a breathtaking viewing platform that is not to be missed.
Experience breathtaking cliff-top views and learn about the rich history of Newcastle at the Memorial Walk. This stunning attraction is now connected to Bathers Way, a 6km coastal walk stretching from Nobbys Beach to Merewether Beach. The second section of the walkway features a stairway for easy access and beautiful nighttime views thanks to illuminating lights. Don't miss out on one of Newcastle's most impressive recent developments – visit the Memorial Walk today, open 24/7!
Take in breathtaking views of Newcastle, its gorgeous beaches, and the stunning coastline from multiple viewing platforms along the Newcastle Memorial Walk. Venture to this must-visit attraction and many others with our comprehensive guide to the top things to do in Newcastle.
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