Wynyard

"DIVERSITY IN ABUNDANCE"

Wynyard Indoor Sports Centre

Facility Management: Wynyard Sports Centre is managed by Wynyard Basketball Association (WBA) WBA contact:Michael JohnstoneMobile: 0417 526 930Email: mick.johnstone@live.com.au

Wynyard & Somerset Tennis Courts

Facility Management: Managed by Wynyard-Somerset Tennis Club Contacts: Mitch Martin – 0499 029 919 or Gloria Agg – 0400 185 280

Wynyard Showground

Facility Management: Clubrooms managed by various user groups including:Wynyard Agricultural and Pastoral Society – wynyardshow@gmail.comWynyard Cricket Club -wynyardcricketclub@gmail.com Playing surface bookings managed by Waratah-Wynyard Council

Wynyard Recreation Ground

Facility Management: Clubrooms managed by Wynyard Football Club  Contact: wynyardfootballclub@bigpond.com  All ground bookings managed by Waratah-Wynyard Council

Railway Institute Hall

Railway Institute Hall

Facility Management: All bookings are managed by Waratah-Wynyard Council.

Frederick Street Reserve – Wynyard

The Frederick Street Reserve, located on Lowe Street, caters for a range of regular users, including: Inglis Pony Club Northern Tasmania Driving Association (Carriage Drivers) Myalla Cricket Club Wynyard Cricket

Fossil Bluff

Fossil Bluff is the perfect place to discover your inner explorer. At low tide, the cliffs reveal evidence of fossils encased in the sandstone layers. The beach also has a

Inglis River Walkway

12 kms of easy walking track along the banks of the Inglis River is maintained by the Council. The walkway can be accessed from many points in Wynyard and provides

Cape Bridge Reserve

Located off Saunders Street before the Table Cape Bridge, this is a popular fishing spot has a boat ramp suitable for small craft only. There is a large picnic table

Gutteridge Gardens

The Richard Gutteridge Memorial Gardens lie at the end of the main street of Wynyard, and provide cycling and walking tracks along with seating areas and BBQ shelters.  Public toilets

Wynyard Foreshore

The East Wynyard foreshore runs along the Old Bass Highway to the mouth of the Inglis River, where it is linked to Gutteridge Gardens by a spectacular shared boardwalk built