Morpeth Bridge is a timber truss bridge that spans the Hunter River. It is listed on the state heritage register, assessed as being nationally significant.
Maitland’s National Trust properties, Grossmann and Brough Houses in historic Church Street, are mirror-imaged Victorian townhouses built in 1870.
Located in the heart of the city, Maitland Town Hall is a highly sought after venue, playing host to theatrical performances, weddings, receptions, exhibitions, corporate
Maitland Regional Art Gallery is a community-driven public gallery where everyone is always welcome and entry is free.
Hidden throughout Maitland lie stories of the town’s rise and fall, of boom and bust, and of its rich and poor. Once the second biggest
Walka Water Works is a popular picnic and recreation area, steeped in history that gives it a special place in the Lower Hunter’s heritage.
The ‘Government town’ of East Maitland, as it was known, was officially proclaimed in 1833. The Heritage Walk features buildings of stature like Maitland Gaol,
Glebe Cemetery is Maitland’s oldest burial ground. Its monuments form a record of the early families of the district.
Maitland Gaol in the Hunter has a vibrant history spanning more than 150 years. Housing some of Australia’s most hardened and notorious criminals.
The Morpeth Heritage Walk takes you on an easy walk around 25 sites to uncover some of the fascinating characters and stories of Morpeth’s past.