Located 25 minutes south of Newcastle, Redhead is a beach-front suburb with an abundance to offer, for professionals and families alike.
One of the central destination for locals in this area is Redhead beach, host of the iconic “Redhead Beach Shark Tower”. Built in the great depression, this larger-than-life structure is believed to be one of the last remaining in Australia and is cherished by the community for it’s historical importance. Nowadays there are shark-nets to protect the waters, as residents enjoy the clear blue ocean for swimming and surfing. For many, a stop-in at the Redhead Beach Cafe is a perfect way to end the day.
For those seeking to promote their health and wellbeing, the Redhead Wellness Centre is just down the road.
Families of the area also benefit from the upstanding Redhead Public school, located a short walk from the Beach and the Surf Lifesaving Club.
New South Wales, Australia
Some helpful facts to help you get to know the area better.
40-59Average age of Redhead residents.
1:53 HrDistance to travel to Sydney by car.
1908The year Redhead Lifesaving Club was first established.