New-Wes-Valley - Newfoundland and Labrador

Route 320

The Town of New-Wes-Valley, located 90 kms from the Gambo overpass on the Trans Canada Highway. Route 320, the ‘Road to the Shore’, will direct you to our beautiful town.

New-Wes-Valley was incorporated in 1992 when the communities of Valleyfield, Badger’s Quay, Pool’s Island, Brookfield, Wesleyville, Pound Cove, Templeman, & Newtown amalgamated. Our current population stands at approximately 2900.

Our main industry is derived from the fishery, with Beothic Fish Processors Ltd. providing employment for approximately 40% of the towns residents. Make an appointment and take a tour of one of the most modern production facilities in Atlantic Canada.

While visiting our town, enjoy our scenic beauty, rugged coast lines, ice bergs, whales, berry picking grounds, walking trails, and much, much more.

During the tourism season, you will surely find something to attract your attention and give you a real sense of the tradition of our town. We invite you to visit the renown Barbour Living Heritage Village with Dinner Theatre, the Bonavista North Regional Museum, the old style churches, fishing stages, and many other sites the town has to offer.

In July, take part in our ‘Annual Crab Festival’, a week filled with fabulous food and entertainment. Enjoy the Miss Teen New-Wes-Valley Pageant, the hilarious Mrs. New-Wes-Valley Competition, Bingo, Dancing, Local Entertainment, Boat Races, Carnival Day, Traditional Home Cooked Meals and the list goes on!

You will find accommodations in our town very relaxing, with the management and staff providing you with great hospitality and service.

We invite you to visit our town and share in our heritage. We are confident that you will return home with fond and loving memories of our area and our residents,  with plans to return again.

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