Boulevard on Beaumont Apartments Hamilton

A diversity of people, food and experiences

Boulevard on Beaumont at night

Boulevard on Beaumont Apartments are located in the multicultural heart of Newcastle.
Beaumont Street and the surrounding precinct takes you on a journey of flavours. This is one of Newcastles renowned dining and coffee connoisseur destinations.
At the northern end of Beaumont Street is the Islington antique district on Maitland Road. Beaumont Street was home to Newcastle’s early Italian and Greek immigrants whose heritage can still be felt in the strong Mediterranean and dining focus. There is an eclectic mix of health, wellness, gifts, books and collectible stores complimented by the expected grocery, chemists, banks and everyday essentials.

A highly recommended activity if you are new to the area is the Hamilton Walking Tour. Discover how a 19th century settlement of immigrant coal miners transformed into the vibrant multicultural suburb of Hamilton. Use the Walking Tour PDF Brochure to guide you to each of the historic sites.

History and Culture

Start anytime at Hamilton Post Office and visit 22 historic sites. Blog & Guide Book.

An amazing collection of antiques, collectables, designer furniture and mirrors.

Enjoy Newcastle Memorial Walk with its striking 360 degree view of the city and coast.

Explore Newcastle’s rich history of steel making, science activity centre and more.

Explore the rich maritime history of Newcastle and Port Hunter shipping.

Nationally recognised for one of the finest public art collections in Australia.

Beaches and outdoor activities

Spectacular ocean view, up and down the East Coast and hosts many events. 

Learn to surf with experienced and professional coaching staff.

Horseshoe Beach allows dogs to enjoy a run and a splash from a safe harbour beach.

Slide down Flying Foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and more.

Walking trails, guided tours, canoeing, dipnetting, feeding talks & birdwatching.

Nature trails, wildlife exhibits, childrens playgrounds and recreational facilities.

Nightlife Entertainment

Argyle House was built in the 1860s, currently a popular night place. 

FogHorn Brewhouse features an 1800 litre capacity brewery with four serving tanks.

The 106 year old art theater houses some of the best Australian & international artists.

You will always find something fun to do!

Find more great ideas for entertainment and adventure at visitnewcastle.com.au
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