Lambton is a lovely suburb with many advantages. Consider Lambton for your next move or property investment. Slightly removed from the main centre of Newcastle, Lambton is a quiet suburb with wide tree-lined streets and cute miners’ cottages. With the benefits of suburbia and the convenience of a ten-minute drive into the hubbub of the city centre, Lambton is a wonderful location to consider.
Situated between New Lambton, New Lambton Heights, and North Lambton, the suburb of Lambton is comparatively flat, ideal for cycling. Bordered to the north by Newcastle Rd and the south by Womboin Rd. Drive to Merewether beach, Civic Park, or Carrington in under fifteen minutes. You can even get to Lake Macquarie’s northern most point, Warners Bay, in fifteen minutes by taking the Newcastle Inner City Bypass. Choose community-oriented quiet suburban living with no more than a fifteen-minute commute to more urban centres.
Real Estate Stats
Suburb insights for house in Lambton in the last twelve months:
$675k Median Sale Price
6.30% Median Price Change (1 yr)
$450pw Median Rent
(data informed by PropertyValue)
With an abundance of green space, Lambton offers you the perfect places to walk a dog, take children to play, exercise, or have a picnic. Want to join a sporting activity? Look no further than these parks where weekend soccer, weeknight tennis, and swimming laps are only the beginning. Don’t miss out on the markets held at Lambton Park, spot couples dancing in the rotunda, and walk through the blooming spring flower beds abundant with fragrant roses.
Lambton Park – is the largest park and features the following facilities:
- Harry Edwards Oval
- Lambton Pool
- Lambton Bowling Club
- Lambton Park Tennis Courts
- Lambton Rotunda
Johnson Park – in the midst of an industrial estate, this open grass area surrounded by trees is perfect for kicking a ball around or taking children to the playground.
Just across the border into New Lambton you find the open area containing: Kentish Oval, Ford Oval, and New Lambton Skate Park
Lewis Oval – a smaller oval with a cricket pitch.
Lambton is a perfect hotspot for access to schools. With its own Lambton Public School and Lambton High School, the suburb is well equipped for families. Only a few minutes away you’ll also find the following schools:
- St Philips Christian College
- Waratah Public School
- New Lambton Public School
- St Theresa’s Primary School
- Hunter School of Performing Arts
A great point of practicality in favour of Lambton is its proximity to The University of Newcastle. The University is under a ten-minute drive away, and less than twenty-minutes cycling. Lambton boasts the benefit of proximity to the university without being a ‘student suburb’.
Elder St is the main shopping street of Lambton and the hub of the suburb. Intersected by Morehead St, Elder St borders Lambton Park. You’ll find a green grocer, post-office, newsagent, cafés, artisan baker, specialty gift shops, a genuine antiques store, a jewellers, barbers and hair-dressers, pharmacy, vet, a fashion shop or two, a hotel pub, a liquor store, and a library. That is not the complete list but surely, we should stop there. Elder St, Lambton can cater to all your everyday needs.
On Morehead St, facing the park and its rose-filled flowerbeds, is a restaurant with a live-music stage, an auto-repair shop, and Lambton Park Hotel, a family friendly pub. In the hub of Lambton, you’ll find places to eat out at all hours of the day or night, a very handy post-office, somewhere to pick up last minute ingredients for dinner, and the perfect gift for when you’re running late to a party. What more could you ask for from your local, and very cute, main shopping street?
If you’re considering the suburb of Lambton or surrounding areas for your next move or property investment, contact us to find out more. We can answer any questions you have about real estate prices and trends.
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