Moving Within Newtown
A relocation to Newtown brings the expectation of living in one of Sydney’s most interesting and flamboyant suburbs. Being just up the road from Sydney University, Newtown has a young, bohemian vibe. Think lots and lots of cool cafes, vegetarian restaurants, Thai food and edgy clothing boutiques. Newtown also has a dynamic bar and pub culture, with popular choices being Earl’s Juke Joint, the iconic Marlborough Hotel and the Courthouse. Students from the nearby University flood the main drag in the evening looking for an ethnic meal and to catch live music.
People move to Newtown to be in the zone for the well-regarded High School of the Performing Arts, for budding actors and actresses. Newtown also has many parks, the most well-known being Camperdown Memorial Rest Park, with its famous graffiti wall. Newtown’s main thoroughfare is King Street and it is a nightlife destination for people from all over the city. Newtown is very well connected to the city by bus and rail. Newtown is also right next door to Prince of Wales Hospital and so boasts amazing health amenity.
Your Newtown Move – Things to Consider
Newtown is one of Sydney’s more challenging suburbs for removals. As an older suburb the streets are notoriously narrow, and as most homes typically do not have parking cars fill the streets at all times of the day. The quickest way to move is to have the truck close to your home, so seek out a parking space in front of your home by parking your car or placing wheelie bins there to reserve it.
If you live in a home of three bedrooms or more you may want to consider a fixed price move. We will send our estimator out to visit your home and provide you a written estimate so you can have cost certainty. Please see our Fixed Price Quote page for more information and to schedule a visit.