Suburb Profile

Waratah & Waratah West, Newcastle Suburb Profile

Once one of Newcastle’s largest municipalities, Waratah’s history was shaped by industrialisation, with the forces of coal mining, urbanisation, transport, religion and education, impacting the development of the north-western Newcastle suburb. Waratah’s history extends back to the 1820’s. Early industries include coal mining and brickmaking. The Great Northern Railway was built through the area in…Read More→

Georgetown, Newcastle Suburb Profile

Named after George Moate, Georgetown began as a residential area for workers from industries like the Copper Smelting Works (Goninans) located nearby. By 1880, Georgetown was being described as a prosperous village. Today, Georgetown is seen as an affordable residential suburb. Located 6 kilometres from Newcastle’s central business district, Georgetown has a street of shops…Read More→

Maryville Wickham Newcastle Suburb Profile

Throsby Creek Foreshore Maryville Located northwest of Newcastle’s central business district, the suburbs were named after a similarly names town in England and means village by the creek. Wickham was proclaimed a Municipality in the NSW Government Gazette, 27 February 1871.  Wickham’s first Mayor, James Hannel left a strong legacy with the main thoroughfare named…Read More→

Hamilton Real Estate and Property Newcastle Suburb Profile

Boasting a vibrant, multicultural atmosphere providing an array of restaurants, retail, fashion and commercial outlets along with day-to-day services such as pharmacies, banks, florists, and hairdressers, Hamilton is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from Newcastle’s central business district. Centred around Beaumont St, the main commercial precinct, Hamilton is bounded by the railway line in the…Read More→

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