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  1. The metropolitan area of Newcastle is the second most populous area in New South Wales, and includes most of the Newcastle LGA, a large portion of the Lake Macquarie LGA and parts of Fern Bay, a southern suburb of Port Stephens Council. At the 2016 census it had a population of 322,278.

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  2. Newcastle is a city in New South Wales, Australia. It is also the second oldest city in Australia. Newcastle is 160km north of Sydney, and is the largest coal -harbour in the world. 500,000 people live in Newcastle making it second largest city in New South Wales. Newcastle was started in 1804 by Lieutenant Charles Menzies and was for convicts who mined the coal.

    • 1,233/km² (3,190/sq mi)
    • 1804
    • 9 m (30 ft)
    • 322,278 (2016 census)
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  4. Newcastle East is an inner city suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located immediately east of Newcastle's central business district at the mouth of the Hunter River. The Awabakal and Worimi peoples are acknowledged by City of Newcastle as the descendants of the traditional custodians of the land situated within the Newcastle local government area, including wetlands, rivers creeks and coastal environments. It is known that their heritage and cultural ties to Newcastle date back te

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    Newcastle West is an inner city suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, part of which forms the western end of Newcastle's central business district. The suburb is primarily a retail/commercial trading district but includes one high school. At the 2016 census Newcastle West had a population of 618.

    Newcastle High School, located at the intersection of National Park Street and Parkway Avenue, is a state run high school that has an enrolment of approximately 1,000 students.

    Newcastle West has a number of heritage-listed sites, including: 1. 787 Hunter Street: Castlemaine Brewery 2. 434 King Street: Miss Porter's House

  5. Pages in category "Newcastle, New South Wales" The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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    Following Newcastle Transport taking over the operations of Newcastle Buses & Ferriesin July 2017, the network was completely redesigned from 14 January 2018.

    136 Stockton – Fern Bay – Newcastle Airport – Medowie – Raymond Terrace
    137 Lemon Tree Passage – Salt Ash– Medowie – Raymond Terrace
    138 Newcastle Interchange– Salt Ash – Newcastle Airport – Fern Bay – Lemon Tree Passage (weekdays only)
    140 Newcastle – Mayfield – Hexham – Tomago– Raymond Terrace
    130 Newcastle Interchange – Newcastle Airport – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Fingal Bay
    131 Newcastle Interchange – Newcastle Airport – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Shoal Bay(weekdays, express)
    132 Soldiers Point– Salamander Bay – Vantage Estate – Nelson Bay – Little Beach
    133Soldiers Point – Salamander Bay – Nelson Bay – Little Beach
    160 Newcastle Interchange – University of Newcastle – Hunter Expressway – Kurri Kurri – Cessnock(Monday to Saturday)
    161Cessnock Hospital and Vineyard Grove Hoppa (weekdays)
    162 Cessnock – South Cessnock – Aberdare– Kearsley – Abernethy (Monday to Saturday)
    163 Morisset – Pacific Motorway– Kurri Kurri – Cessnock (peak hour service)
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