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It's a great place to visit to view some historic items which are all very well displayed.
Very friendly staff which are all happy to answer questions & have a chat with.
Great views once you get to the top which is quite an incline.
Fort Scratchley is a great little historic site. We were on a stopover in Newcastle and were staying close by. Free entry, enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteer guides. Well put together, interesting exhibits with bonus views of Newcastle and the coast. Worth a visit. We didn’t...More
This was a great place to visit, it was amazing to learn some things about the history of this place, there was amazing artefacts to see. Also there was great views of Newcastle as far as Nobbys Lighthouse.
I stopped by Fort Scratchley as I was walking by it earlier today. Was very cool walking around and seeing this old fort and learning a bit about the history of the area.
It’s free to get in so you can’t go wrong there!
Had my Wedding here in Sept 2009.
Couldn't have asked for a more breathtaking pristine view.
The ocean as our backdrop for all photos and then amongst the fort for more photos.
If i was going to get married again ( i dont need to...More
Not to be missed when in Newcastle! An amazing part of the country’s history, preserved by dedicated volunteers who need your support. Quite possibly the only Australian coastal defensive position that actually did battle with the ennemy. Take the Tunnel Tour and learn all about...More
My friend is visiting from the UK so wants to see as much of Newcastle as possible. It is interesting to explore and walk around free by yourself or you can organise a tunnel tour if you would like to know more information. The volunteers...More