|Population||4,500 (2016 census)|
|LGA(s)||City of Greater Geelong|
The Post Office opened on 2 July 1962 as the suburb developed.
The majority of Newcomb residential areas consist of mid 20th century homes, with no capacity for new housing estates, although there is a growing trend to subdivide larger blocks to build flats, whether by demolishing existing houses or by building behind them.
Newcomb is a suburb offering convenience to residents with two shopping centers, Newcomb Central and Bellarine Village both including a Woolworths supermarket and a range of other shops. The suburb's perimeter is only 3 kilometers from the Geelong CBD.
The Geelong CBD from Newcomb is easily accessible via public transport, with the suburb being serviced by bus route 31 between the CBD and Whittington. Bus routes 60 and 61, which go through Newcomb via Portarlington Rd and Bellarine Hwy respectively, also offer relatively easy public transport access to towns on the Bellarine Peninsula.
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