Conversions: Burns (2)
Charlie Norman; Steph Reynolds, Tim Molenaar, Ryan Mills, Drew Cheshire; Billy Burns, Dan Robson; Will Davies, Dan George, Tom Heard; Will James (capt), Tom Hicks; Lua Lokotui, Matt Cox, Gareth Evans
James Gibbons, Ryan Charles, Richard Jones, Simon Linsell, Lewis Ludlow, Reece Boughton, Lloyd Evans, Ben Roberts
Craig Willis; Nathan Bailey, Michael Tait, Chris Harris, Ollie Walker; Phil Godman, Warren Fury; Gary Strain, David Nelson, Kieran Brookes; Josh Hedley, Will Witty; Ben Morris, Dan Temm, Ollie Hodgson
George McGuigan, James Hallam, Trevor Davison, Nick Cairns, Anthony Rumis, Jonny Burn, Josh Bragman, Luke Wilson
The bonus point was in the bag within 20 minutes, and it was then just a question of how many.
With the outcome settled so quickly, the game lost its way a little in the second half but Gloucester, who introduced a number of youngsters after the break, always had the edge.
Gloucester were out of the traps quickly, centres Mills and Molenaar punching holes in the midfield and setting up great field position from which Will James crashed over from close range.
When the pack executed a strong catch and drive for Gareth Evans to touch down for the second try after only five minutes, it looked like it would be a long evening for the Falcons. Billy Burns added the conversion for 12-0.
The visitors were soon opened up again. Nice hands across the backline saw Billy Burns glide through a gap. His inside pass to Steph Reynolds was dropped, but went backwards and Ryan Mills picked up to power his way over.
A fourth soon followed. The pack stole Falcons lineout ball, leading to second row Tom Hicks forcing his way over from a metre out.
The fifth was a beauty. Billy Burns emulated older brother Freddie with the chip and chase, Dan Robson took it on before Matt Cox finished it off. Burns slotted the conversion for a 29-0 lead.
Half time came with Gloucester comfortably on top, and the visitors rarely having threatened. Gloucester were winning the physical battles, and the backs were thriving on the front foot ball.
The second half got off to a slower start as Newcastle dug deep, and Gloucester quickly started to make changes. Tries for Drew Cheshire and Ryan Charles quickly followed though to further extend the lead.
Even more replacements took the momentum out of the game as time ticked on, although it could be argued that Gloucester had eased off slightly with the game won.
Credit to Newcastle though, who kept battling and replacement prop James Hallam crossed on 70 minutes after a period of pressure. Phil Godman converted.
The final word was Gloucester's though, as Drew Cheshire dived over for his second on the stroke of full time to round off a one sided encounter.