Shipbuilders Heritage Walk

Celebrate an amazing shipbuilding heritage and walk the scenic waterfront on a flat, relatively short pathway from Kincumber. Enjoy historical displays along the way and stamp your '4 Villages Passport'. Answer simple questions, drawn for prizes. Arrive at Davistown waterfront for entertainment, food and fun!

Join us on a 3.3km easy and flat scenic walk commencing on Carrack Road Kincumber near the Shipbuilders Memorial Sculpture on the waterfront. The sculpture of stainless steel and hardwood that extends out over the Broadwater was created by renowned sculpture John Woulfe.

The walk is within the area of the four villages of Kincumber, Yattalunga, Saratoga and Davistown which was the hub of major shipbuilding activity from the 1820s to the 1950s. Experience this historic area and fascinating maritime history, viewing the historic models, dioramas and information displayed along the walk.

Purchase your 4 Villages Passport between 9 am to 1.30pm and includes a Q&A form. At the four ‘border stations’ get your passport stamped and in each of the historical display marquees, find the answers to easy questions to be in the draw for prizes. At Davistown waterfront there’s entertainment, music, displays, food and fun.

A free shuttle bus runs between Kincumber and Davistown waterfronts.

Event date

Event Details

Carrak Road, Kincumber, New South Wales

The walk commences at Kincumber waterfront via Carrack Road and near the Shipbuilders Memorial sculpture.


9.00am to 3.00pm

Entry fees:
Adults $5, Children $2.00, Concession $5
Attendance limit:
Onsite facilities: