About Glenrock Lagoon
Glenrock Lagoon is a scenic body of water that can be found in the heartlands near Newcastle. It's located just 153 km away from Australia’s largest city, Sydney! The lagoon has been noted for its fishing opportunities but also provides an excellent spot to take pictures or enjoy one of the many festivals held on location each year such as Seaforth Farmers weekend which happens around January time when locals get together with bands playing music outside restaurants.
Drawing its catchment from Flaggy Creek within the Glenrock State Recreation Area and Awabakal Nature Reserve, this small lagoon is quite shallow with an average depth of 2.4 metres. It’s connected to the Tasman Sea through a tidal channel that allows water only halfway up before it converges into one stream again; creating 3 sub-catchments areas: Little FLaggy Creek in the north which has mostly clay soils; in the centre FLaggy Creek-, where you will find more diverse terrain including dense rainforest vegetation on hillsides overlooking vast open spaces below.
What To Do At Glenrock Lagoon
The Great North Walk is a must-do for anyone who wants to get away from it all and see what life was like before we became such urban dwellers. This walk starts at Flaggy Creek, following its course through Charlestown until you reach the top of Lagoon; then head north along Newcastle's beautiful beaches past Murdering Gully ruins as well as Copper Smelter ruins which date back over 100 years ago when mining operations first started there.
The old rail corridor upgrade to a cycle way was completed in 2015. It included 3 stages: Park Avenue to Kahibah Station, Burwood Road by 2004; Kahibah Station-Burwood That By 2009 And Oakdale road until Belmont where it finally meets up with the old rail corridor again! Glenrock Lagoon has been for over one hundred years an area that people can use recreationally whether they live near or far away from this natural water feature located on top of Newcastle's doorstep.
One local company in Newcastle involved in this tourist attraction is:
Name: Newcastle Blinds
Address: Unit 15/102 Bridge St, Waratah NSW 2298
Phone: (02) 4003 6447