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Down towards the fort, there are great cliffs and the Bogey Hole swimming pool, then the path goes beside the beach. Some parts are in rather bad condition and the beach section gets crazy cyclists but the views are fantastic.
Well-designed walk with lovely scenery and helpful historical markers. I especially appreciated the marker at Shepherd's Hill that told of the Aboriginal names and history of the area. I wish there were more markers explaining the indigenous history of the Newcastle region.
The Bathers Way Walk is one of the most beautiful walks in the country and we are lucky to have it on our doorstep so take advantage of it regularly. The Anzac Bridge is spectacular, allowing walkers sweeping 360 degree views of the ocean, the...More
We walk there regularlyearly mornings, as it's a short drive from our home. We walk from Merewether ocean baths to the Anzac walk at Bar Beach and often see pods of dolphins and during whale migration, it's not uncommon to see whales as well, sometimes...More
Cruise ship passengers are shuttled from the berth to Queens Wharf in the city free of charge. Bathers walk is then only a ten minute walk from Queens Wharf. If you do not wish to walk there is a hop on drop of bus service... More
Cruise ship passengers are shuttled from the berth to Queens Wharf in the city free of charge. Bathers walk is then only a ten minute walk from Queens Wharf. If you do not wish to walk there is a hop on drop of bus service from Queens Wharf to the Anzac Walk which is part of the Coastal Walk. If you like walking, I suggest that you walk from Queens Wharf.