King Edward Park
If you’re after a park with great play equipment, ocean views, lots of shade and grassy areas, visit King Edward Park in Newcastle.
This is a beautiful park with a lovely big lawn and Victorian rotunda. If you need some shade, spread out a blanket in the rotunda or under one of the large majestic Norfolk pines. This park is suitable for children of all ages and as a result is a popular spot with families on weekends. There’s usually a cricket or footy game in progress!
The playground has been renovated and features swings and a small climbing equipment with a slide suitable for toddlers on the ground level.
Up the hill via a cable sway bridge is a large climbing structure suitable for older children. Kids can climb to the top and sit on the structure and enjoy great views of the park and ocean.
If you’re feeling energetic, walk up the path to the summit of King Edward Park and enjoy magnificent ocean views. On a clear day, you can see Port Stephens in the distance.
The park has plenty of free parking and with electric barbecue facilities, extensive park grounds and plenty of picnic tables, it’s a great place to meet friends or family.
Address: York Drive, The Hill, NSW
Public Toilets: Next to playground. Includes disabled access
Water Fountain: Yes
Picnic Facilities: Covered and uncovered picnic tables
Café Nearby: No