Queen’s Wharf Tower
Strong limbs and calves are required as you would have to climb 180 steps to get to the top of the Queen’s Wharf Tower and enjoy the panoramic view of the city below.
The 40.3 meter-high tower was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1988 as part of a vision Joy Cummings – the first female Lord Mayor winning the position in 1974. Besides these political and social milestones, the wharf is worth a visit for the spectacular views it offers the visitors.
From this vantage point, you will get acquainted with the lovely coastlines and cityscapes of Newcastle. Queens Wharf, Newcastle NSW 2300Directions