Parks & Lookouts

Pitts Cutting Lookout

Situated just off Klein Point Road between Stansbury and Klein’s Quarry, Pitts Cutting provides a picturesque view of the less well known southern Stansbury beach, known by locals as ‘The Back Beach’.

Park your car at the bottom of the hill and take the 20 metre walk to the top of the hill where a magnificent panorama of the Gulf will be revealed. Take a while to sit and enjoy the view and then, if you’re feeling energetic, continue your walk down the Stansbury Walking Trail which will lead you back to the township.

Coast towards boat ramp

Mills Gully Lookout

Situated on the Adelaide Road entrance to Stansbury, this area was redeveloped on behalf of the Stansbury Progress Association by the Green Corps Group in 2001.

Removal of feral Aleppo Pines allowed regeneration of the coastal native shrubs. Offering magnificent views over Oyster Bay, the Gulf, jetty and township, it is a great place for a picnic.

Mills Gully cliff shot with seat

Harbour Masters Park

The Harbour Masters Park is situated next to the Stansbury jetty and overlooks picturesque Oyster Bay. There is a lovely picnic area with native plants, walking paths and public toilets.

Harbour Masters Park

Centenary Park

In 1973, land was surveyed and prepared for a ‘Centenary Park’ to mark 100 years since Stansbury was dedicated and named by Governor Musgrave in 1873. The first trees were planted by local school children on 25th June 1973. The Park is now maintained by the Stansbury Tidy Towns Group.

Centenary Park