Our Location – Newtown, Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland
This video is provided with permission by photographer Daryl Murphy, Cabot Creative Images Group. It shows Newtown, The Tickle and The Barbour Living Heritage Village 2009. Click anywhere around the centre of the picture to start and stop the video.
The Barbour Living Heritage Village is located in Newtown, Newfoundland. It is on a point of land surrounded by tickles and beaches and is highly visible when entering the community.
Newtown was settled in 1853. It was once referred to as “The Venice of Newfoundland”. Don’t be surprised if you spot a gondola floating gently down the Tickle.
In 1992, Newtown joined with the communities of Valleyfield, Badger’s Quay, Pool’s Island, Brookfield, Wesleyville, Pound Cove, and Templeman to form the new community of New-Wes-Valley.
How to Find Us
- Take the Road to the Shore. There are two routes, 320 or 330 (off the Trans Canada Highway; Route 320 at Gambo; Route 330 at Gander).
- Newtown is approximately 1.5 hours from Gander