Perched high atop the cliffs of Newcastle and constructed to coincide with the centenary of the ANZAC campaign at Galipoli, the Newcastle Memorial Walk combines stunning coastal views with a well-curated dose of Australian history. Throughout the walk are a variety of WW1 era-specific sculptures featuring excellent metalwork that pay appropriate tribute to our servicemen and women, and the walk can be done in a variety of ways or extended all the way past Newcastle's beaches. The panorama available to walkers includes a wonderful outlook over Bar Beach and the southern coastline of Newcastle reaching all the way out to neighbouring Lake Macquarie. On clear days, walkers can often spy whales and dolphins in the neighbouring waters. An excellent new addition to Newcastle of which its city planners and residents alike can be proud.