Newcastle Park

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Situated on Stirling Terrace, Newcastle Park contains a unique stone monument of Charlotte Davies, the first white female to set foot on the soil of the Swan River Colony. The park offers a children's playground, gazebo and a grassed area. The footbridge across the Avon River is still the main access for the local children to their school. This is also a good viewing point for the "Avon Descent" the white water rafting event held each year.

The park also allows access to the Bilya Walk Track and the footbridge takes you to the paved walkway along the northern river bank, taking you to Drummond Sreet, then left at Telegraph Road and across the Newcastle Bridge back into the town centre.

Features

  • Accessible
  • Bicycle Paths
  • Lake or River
  • Playground
  • Shade Areas
  • Walking Trails Paved
  • Walking Trails Unpaved

Contact

Toodyay Visitors Centre

(08) 9574 9380

visitorscentre@toodyay.wa.gov.au

Location

Stirling Terrace, Toodyay 6566  View Map