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A lovely beachwalk dedicated to the memory of those that gave their lives for this country. Enjoy the vista and views, the freedom, the fresh air and the opportunity to reflect with the sculptured reminders and names of some of our fallen whose service has...More
On the windswept bridge stands a line of soldiers in profile. The sea that they crossed and were never to return to their homeland stretches out for eternity.
Names are etched along the walk of the fallen heroes.
Words are not needed
I'm a bit bias regarding this walk, my two great uncles appear on the walk as they both fort at Gallipoli. (Shearman) But the walk itself is fantastic, what a view, what great exercise. If you walk in the mornings you will see dolphins and...More
The Memorial Walk itself is not very long but it joins on to a longer track along the coast. There is a small parking area at the Northern end of the walk which makes it much easier to access the walk without having to climb...More
A spectacular view of our sensational coastline!A sensitive,poignant tribute to such brave souls.For the fit,include the NMW in a hike.We love starting here or Merewether beach and back.The flights of stairs are an added challenge to a workout.👍Conversely,we have taken our aged parents to the...More
Fantastic walk, but not long enough. You really need to walk around the house at the end of the walk and extend it past the Shepherd's Fort and the bogey hole on onto Newcastle beach.
If you want more of a challenge try jogging it.
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You can park at the top of the hill and then easily access the walkway with a stroller. You will have to turn around at the end of the elevated walkway as there are steps which could be managed with a stroller but might be... More
You can park at the top of the hill and then easily access the walkway with a stroller. You will have to turn around at the end of the elevated walkway as there are steps which could be managed with a stroller but might be a bit difficult, depends on how mobile you are.