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Overview New Lambton Heights is a suburb of Newcastle in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. It lies to the west of the Newcastle CBD - only a short distance of 6km away. The nearby suburbs of New Lambton Heights are Rankin Park, Lambton, Kotara and New Lambton.
Living in New Lambton Heights New Lambton Heights is a residential area that mainly possesses natural bushland. Numerous arterial roads border it; the whole of its south-western corner consists of the Blackbutt Reserve. It has many parks that support several sports; it is home to the Newcastle International Sports Centre used as a venue by the Newcastle Jets of A-League. It has an approx area of 5.5 km square and an irregular shape.
History of New Lambton Heights This suburb originated as a coal mining township. The land was incorporated on the 8th of January 1889 to become a Municipality that covers 2,560 acres. It used to have 1,464 people in 1901. The Parliament of New South Wales’ Act formed the ‘City of Greater Newcastle’ in 1938, which incorporated New Lambton Heights and other municipalities into a single local government area. The government requisitioned the New Lambton Public School during the 2nd World War.
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