Situated on the South Banks of Throsby Creek, Maryville is a small suburb 4 kilometres northwest of Newcastle’s CBD. Known for it’s charming townhouses and traditional mining cottages, the area is a sought after location for those looking to gain access to an “inner city” lifestyle within Newcastle.

A landmark to Maryville and an institution for locals, is the Maryville Tavern. Once simply a watering hole for the working class, it now stands as a modern dining and entertainment venue. The Tavern has gained a reputation as one of Newcastle’s best, with a full bar, beer garden and restaurant on location.

Great location well connected to the surrounding Newcastle Area

Residents of Maryville enjoy the convenience of public transport, with bus lines connecting the suburb directly to Newcastle’s CBD .

Activities around Maryville are not hard to find. Brilliantly positioned moments from the popular Throsby Waters Cycleway, the suburb is also located just east of Islington park. Here families enjoy the extensive playground, scooter track and half court for basketball and netball. 

Maryville is also just minutes from the Harbour Foreshore, Honeysuckle entertainment precinct and the vibrancy of Beaumont Street.


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