Find your own slice of inner-city paradise in the beautiful suburb of Merewether. Merewether straddles the coastline and is just a five-minute drive into the City of Newcastle.
What is there to do in Merewether?
For many Novocastrians (people living in Newcastle), living in Merewether is the epitome of cool. Being a member of the Merewether club is almost a status symbol in this coastal city – and it’s not hard to see why.
Merewether is a suburb that sits right on the beach and is close enough to the CBD to ride your bike to walk. There is an abundance of public parks in this little suburb – many sitting right across the road from the beach. Kids and teens flock to the beach and skate park in Summer, while Lorna Jane adorning mothers walk along the water with their kids.
There are plenty of cafes to soothe the strongest caffeine addict, and with establishments like The Burwood and The Prince – you’ll never be short of a good night out. For the exercise junkie, Merewether is a gold mine of activities – whether it’s walking along the beach, or trekking through Glenrock Lagoon to an abandoned beach, you’ll love how easy the lifestyle is in Merewether. You can wake up in the morning and head to the baths for laps before brunch at Blue Door cafe on the beach. If you’re not a lover of the active lifestyle you’ll love the laidback culture in Merewether – everyone here is friendly and love a good chat over a beer.
You can pick up the groceries from the nearby shopping centre in The Junction, which is home to a range of small businesses and restaurants.
Now to the nitty gritty.
If you want to buy in Merewether – do not hesitate. This suburb is always in high demand with an average of 1489 visits per property, compared to the State’s average of 772.
The average house price in Merewether, 2291
The average unit price in Merewether, 2291
Want to support local Merewether businesses?
Here are some of the best businesses in Merewether. Be sure to check them out!
Catalina Lake Macquarie Sales & Display Suite