Adamstown is a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located 6 kilometres from Newcastle's central business district.The suburb is 10 minutes or less from all that Newcastle offers. Westfield Kotara, Homemakers centre, Bar Beach, Newcastle Harbour, Darby st Cafes, and Beaumont St Cafes are about 10 minutes away from Adamstown.Adamstown has a range of community support organisations. These include St Columba Catholic Church and the Returned Serviceman's League sub-branch, which is part of the Adamstown Community Club. The Adamstown Rosebud Football Club is arguably the most famous in Northern NSW Football, having produced 16 Socceroos like Ray Baartz and Col Curran.They formed the club in 1889, and it is also one of the oldest football clubs in Australia. The club still plays out of Adamstown Oval.
Adamstown Heights is a southern suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales. It is 8 kilometres west-southwest of Newcastle's central business district along the Pacific Highway. It is split between the City of Lake Macquarie and the City of Newcastle local government areas.The suburb contains two schools, Kotara High School and Belair Public School, established in 1968. Kotara High School comprises 3 hectares of native bushland. Westfield Kotara shopping centre, Garden City Kotara and the Kotara fair on its northern border serve the suburb.Adamstown Heights is on several bus routes. It is also near two railway stations on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line, Kotara and Adamstown.
Charlestown is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in Greater Newcastle, New South Wales. It is the largest suburb in the Lake Macquarie locality and is approximately 10 kilometers west-southwest of the central business district of Newcastle. Charlestown Square is the largest shopping and entertainment destination in the Hunter region. It has many stores and parking. The commercial area of Charlestown is around the Pacific Highway. There are also two smaller shopping centers, including Hilltop Plaza and The Forum Centre, an office and retail center on Pacific Highway that features a cinema. The suburb has a police station and a fire station. The New South Wales Ambulance Service has its Northern Communications Center in Charlestown, off Dudley Road. Charlestown has four primary schools: the state schools of Charlestown Primary, Charlestown South Primary, and Charlestown East Primary; and the Catholic diocese's St. Joseph's Primary School.
Kotara is known as one of Newcastle's largest retail destinations, characterised by its family centred culture. It is a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located 9 kilometres from Newcastle's central business district. Westfield Kotara is a large shopping centre on Northcott Drive. Across the road from Westfield is the Kotara Home Centre, comprising big box department stores and food outlets. Notable retailers include JB Hi-Fi, Dan Murphy's and Bunnings Warehouse. Kotara is home to Kotara South Public School on Rodway Parade and the local Catholic School St James Primary School, located in Vista Parade.
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