Whether buying, renting or investing in Hamlyn Terrace, NSW 2259, it's vital to decide if the area ticks all the boxes regarding your budget and lifestyle. The Homes.com.au suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of Hamlyn Terrace property prices, market trends & demographics so that we can allow you to make informed decisions about your future purchase.
If you're considering a move to Hamlyn Terrace, have a little read of our historical overview to discover the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Hamlyn Terrace is a suburb within the Central Coast region in New South Wales. The area is divided into two governmental wards, which are the Budgiewoi ward and Wyong ward. Neighbouring Hamly Terrace is the suburbs of Wallarah, Woongarrah, Charmhaven, Warnervale, Kanwal, Wyong, and Wadalba.
As per the 2016 census, the population of Hamlyn Terrace is 5,225.
Living in Hamlyn Terrace Hamlyn Terrace is a quiet place to live in, boasting beautiful, well-kept houses. Most amenities are also conveniently nearby.
A public hospital and a private hospital is located in the suburb’s south. Also in this area on the other side of Pacific Highway are major supermarkets (Woolworths and Coles) located in the nearby suburb of Wadalba.
There is a sporting complex in Hamlyn Terrace, and near it is the town’s community centre. Also on the same street (Minnesota Road) is the Warnervale Public School.
Other schools near the suburb are the Lakes Grammar Anglican School, MacKillop Catholic College, Wadalba Community School, and Kanwal Public School.
History of Hamlyn Terrace There is not much written about the suburb's history, except that it was formerly a part of the town of Warnervale.
Central Coast, the region where Hamlyn Terrace is located, was inhabited by the Kuringgai Aboriginal peoples group.
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