Get to know the area
Small but mighty, what The Junction lacks in surface area it makes up for in amenities. Just three kilometres from Newcastle’s CBD, this area is a social and shopping mecca in the suburbs.
We know The Junction will have you spending on oat lattes, smashed avo and real estate alike, with the median house price in the area at $1,900,000. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in The Junction deliver an annual rental yield of 2.1% and 2.7% for units. An area on local buyers shopping lists, over the last five years this suburb has seen a compound growth rate of 11.2% for houses and 6.3% for units.
A junction in more than name alone, this areaunites its residents with thebest of food, café culture and local shopping. The Hood, Doughheads and Goodfriends are just a few of the neighbourhoods beloved eateries —not to mention the iconic Junction Hotel itself. The Junction Village and Junction Fair Shopping Centres ground the suburb in their own right, creating a thriving hub of local activity. And with both St Joseph’s primary school and The Junction public school in the area, you’ll never need to shop surrounding suburbs for more.