If you are considering buying, renting, or investing in New Lambton, NSW 2305, it's wise to understand if it is an ideal option for you (and your family?). The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on New Lambton median property prices, market trends & demographics to equip you in making the best decision on your next property move.
If you are new to New Lambton, have a little read of our history lesson to discover the lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.
Overview New Lambton is a suburb of Newcastle that sits six kilometres west of the city’s central business district. The suburbs neighbouring New Lambton are New Lambton Heights, Lambton, Broadmeadow, Kotara, and Adamstown. Based on the 2016 census, New Lambton is home to 10,048 people.
*Living in New Lambton New Lambton has tree-lined streets and has several parks and recreational facilities. The Blackbutt Reserve is located southwest of Lambton, where nature trails, wildlife exhibits and playgrounds are found.
The suburb also boasts local shopping strips, while its location offers easy access to major roads. New Lambton also has good public transport options, with the Adamstown railway station servicing the suburb.
The Newcastle International Sports Centre, used by the NRL’s New Castle Knights, is located in the suburb’s northeast.
New Lambton has the New Lambton Public, New Lambton South Public School, and St. There’s Primary School for educational facilities.
History of New Lambton New Lambton was originally a coal mining township as the New Lambton Colliery is situated just across the suburb’s railway in Adamstown.
The area was incorporated as a municipality around the late 19th century. By 1901, New Lambton already had a population of 1,464 governed by a council consisting of a Mayor, Justice of the Peace, Town Clerk and Aldermen.
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