Beaumont Street (Newcastle)

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Beaumont Street
New South Wales
The Kent.jpg
The Kent Hotel, est. 1924, is a landmark on Beaumont Street
Beaumont Street (Newcastle) is located in New South Wales
North end
North end
South end
South end
Coordinates
General information
Type Street
Location Newcastle
Length 2.3 km (1.4 mi)
Maintained by Newcastle City Council
Major junctions
North end Maitland Road (Pacific Highway), Islington
 
  • Donald Street
  • Tudor Street
  • Dumaresq Street
South end Glebe Road, Hamilton South
Location(s)
Region Hunter Region
LGA(s) City of Newcastle
Suburb(s)

Beaumont Street /ˈbˌmɒnt/ is a major street in Newcastle, Australia running from the Islington antiques district on Maitland Road to Henry Park in Hamilton South to. While the southernmost end of the street is primarily residential, the stretch between Tudor and Donald Streets is recognised as Newcastle's "Little Italy". In recent years,[when?] the northernmost end of Beaumont Street (between the Sydney Junction Hotel and The Gateway Hotel on Maitland Road) has become Newcastle's new bohemian district with some saying it could be seen as the gay district.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

Australia road sign W5-29.svg Australian roads portal

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