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The Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills signage on the side of a shed in East Maitland is an iconic building for locals and visitors a like. 

Luskintyre Bridge

One of only two surviving examples in New South Wales of an early steel Pratt truss bridge.

Fun fact: Luskintyre  Bridge was used as a  set location during the filming of the movie Tomorrow When The War Began.


Head to the township of Morpeth to find a row of beautiful brush box trees opposite the historic St James Anglican Church. Perfect for a ride, walk or picnic near by. 

hunter river

The iconic Hunter River weaves its way through Maitland and has many vantage points, from Morpeth to The Levee in Central Maitland. Sunrise and sunsets are always guaranteed to show off the kaleidoscope sky over the Hunter River.  


Wandering around Maitland you will find street art in many forms. The works can be found on walls, poles and fences all over the city.

‘The New One’ can be found at the Bourke St Link at The Levee. 

HIstory and Heritage

Across Maitland find grand streetscape’s of impressive heritage buildings that serve as a memory of the thriving history of the city. 

Taking a stroll along one of Maitland’s Heritage Walk‘s is a great way to find out more about the history of Maitland. 


There’s so many insta worthy eateries in Maitland, it’s hard to hold back for a minute fora  sneaky snap before  diving in for a culinary experience

Don’t be afraid to try something new, because you’re bound to find a delicious option in Maitland. 

walka water works

Get your lens ready to photograph some amazing nature shots and local wildlife. Kangaroos and wallabies frequent the reserve and over 140 species of birds are regularly spotted here. Be sure to pack a picnic to enjoy in the grounds after your exploring expedition. 

The rural landscape

In Tocal you are surrounded by rich agricultural land with sweeping picturesque views ideal for snapping rural fences, cattle drinking from dams and a patchwork of paddocks showcasing the vast colours of the land.

We acknowledge the Wonnarua People as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land within the Maitland Local Government Area. We pay respect to all Aboriginal Elders, past, present and future with a spiritual connection to these lands.