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Newcastle's Bathers Way Walk

This is a 5 kilometre scenic coastal walk from the lighthouse at Nobbys Headland to the coastal wilderness of Glenrock Reserve and the early coal workings at Burwood Beach.

Attractions along the walk include; the historical site of Fort Scratchley, Nobbys breakwall, rock pools and sometime you can see dolphins and whales in the water.

Newcastle East Heritage Walk

The Heritage Walk showcases some of Newcastle's 200 year history. You will see such sites as Customs House, the Convict Lumber Yard, Fort Scratchley, Newcastle Ocean Baths and Beach, Christ Church Cathedral, and several historic convict-era buildings. The Heritage Walk is a self-guided tour about 3 kilometres long taking around 1 ½ and 2 hours to complete.