Willoughby Walks

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Willoughby Walks is a free, interactive self-guided walking tour app brought to you by Willoughby City Library.

Using audio narration and historical photographs, Willoughby Walks brings to life a wealth of fascinating accounts of some of Willoughby's most significant locations. From the bustling Chatswood CBD to the picturesque beauty of Middle Harbour, Willoughby Walks provides visitors of all ages and fitness levels a fascinating look at Willoughby's past, present and future.

Willoughby Walks will be regularly updated with new tours and additional content. 

Willoughby Heritage Plaques Walk Chatswood CBD

Town Hall   The first Willoughby Walks tour highlights the Civil Heritage Plaques located throughout the Chatswood CBD. Learn more about such inescapable North Shore landmarks as the Great Northern Hotel, the Chatswood Transport Interchange and Chatswood Oval.
Image: Willoughby Town Hall. Victoria Ave, Chatswood. 1907. Source: Picture Willoughby.

North Willoughby 

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The second Willoughby Walks tour encompasses the Civil Heritage Plaques located in North Willoughby and its surrounds. Enjoy a beautiful walk and engage with the history of such significant sites as the Willoughby Tram Terminus, the Laurel Bank Estate and Rosewall Tannery.

Image: Willoughby Tram Terminus, Penshurst Street, ca.1897. Source: Picture Willoughby.

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