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Beautiful view of the gorge and the river

Hands down my favourite urban walking trail.

Great walk along Newcastle’s most iconic beaches. All footpaths and always close to toilets, water or cafes. Great in sections with kids and family.

walking
4 months ago

Totally worth the stop, albeit painfully touristy. If you go during summertime, prepare for the most annoying and plentiful flies you've ever experienced in your life. People were even wearing netting around their heads like a beekeeper. But you kinda forget all that once you (squeeze your way through the crowd and find a free spot on the railing to) see the view.

walking
4 months ago

Nice views, especially when the tide is in. Can be hot - best in early morning or evening. Regular filtered water stations. Numerous activities along the walk.

walking
5 months ago

It's a graet spot, just ruined by being a tourist stop off point.

walking
9 months ago

Beautiful!

walking
Thursday, December 08, 2016

Living in Townsville Qld Australia, it is easy to forget that as a local resident there is plenty to do. This trail walk is easy and does offer some great views, some excellent fishing spots, and for the most part accessible to all. Whether you are a walker, jogger or simply out for a leisure stroll there is plenty to do for kids and adults alike. The Jezzine Park path offers the fitness person plenty of stairs and steeper paths for either jogging or running with great views at the top of Cleveland Bay and Magnetic Island and the Strand and its Rockpool. The strand walk is fantastic and there is plenty to do (Walk, jog, cycle, swim etc). There are plenty of park benches and some fitness equipment as well as kid friendly parks and attractions.

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Monday, April 17, 2017

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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012