Hamilton

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One of the central suburbs of Newcastle, Hamilton is an area known for its multiculturalism and heritage areas. Bordering on Newcastle West, Hamilton

One of the central suburbs of Newcastle, Hamilton is an area known for its multiculturalism and heritage areas. Bordering on Newcastle West, Hamilton is a little more than three kilometres from Newcastle’s CBD.

Established in 1871, Hamilton has always been known for its variety of shops and eateries. Even in the 1920s there were more than 400 retail outlets in Hamilton alone. One of the most popular spots in Hamilton is Beaumont Street. The “main drag” stretches for about a kilometre and is full of boutique shops, casual cafés and modern bars.

Why rent in

Gregson Park is spacious parkland with large shady trees and colourful flowers. What really makes the park is the people who use it. The big playground makes it attractive to families with children, and multitudes of paths running through the park draw walkers and runners from around the area. Large grassy spaces are used for events such as ANZAC Day services and Carols by Candlelight. However, the park also has a mysterious attraction to bagpipe players, who frequent the park to practice and busk most weekends.

“A POPULAR SPOT FOR COFFEE DRINKERS, YOU WILL FIND AT LEAST ONE CAFE ON BEAUMONT STREET OPEN ALMOST EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR.”

As for eating and drinking, Beaumont Street has many cafés and restaurants. A popular spot for coffee drinkers, you will find at least one cafe on Beaumont Street open almost every day of the year. Beaumont Street also offers a lot of late night entertainment at its many live music venues.

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Hamilton has one main primary school, Hamilton Public, with Hamilton North Public and Hamilton South Public in surrounding suburbs. All three schools feed into Newcastle High, which despite its name is located within the Hamilton South suburb. Other schools in the area include St Francis Xavier’s College, a senior Catholic high school catering for students in Year 11 and Year 12.

Hamilton offers properties for all household sizes, from townhouses to family homes. Many older properties in the suburb are heritage listed.

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Cycleway
Shopping Centre
Schools

Hamilton Primary School
St Francis Xavier’s College

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Source - Figures relate to the 2016 Census (Code SSC11838) and the Australian Bureau of Statistics: Hamilton - Broadmeadow Statistical Area 2

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