Located in the heart of Newcastleís City Centre, the venues within Civic Precinct Newcastle can be found between the Civic Railway Station and Civic Park.
Bordered by Hunter and King Streets and adjoining the pedestrian mall known as Wheeler Place, Civic Precinct venues are only a short walk to the harbour foreshore, restaurants, cafes and accomodation.
Approaching Newcastle CBD along King Street, Newcastle City Hall is at 290 King Street opposite Civic Park. The Civic Theatre is directly behind City Hall at 375 Hunter Street and is located opposite Civic railway station.
HOW TO GET HERE (Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia)
By Road - If approaching from the south, the F3 freeway from Sydney will have you arriving in Newcastle in just 2 hours.
By Air - Newcastle airport (Williamtown) is the major regional airport and is located 30 minutes from Newcastle city centre. Many direct flights are available on a daily basis from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
By Rail - Newcastle is part of the CityRail Network. There are frequent return services daily. Countrylink trains connect Newcaslte to Sydney, Brisbane and other country centres.
By Water - Access is via Newcastle Harbour. Facilities are available for boats at the Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club and marina. Cruise ships are welcomed at a guaranteed secure inner city wharf.
There are a number of parking options surrounding the Civic Theatre Newcastle:
On street metered parking, King Street, Auckland Street, Hunter Street, Darby St, Honeysuckle (use the overpass to cross the railway line at Merewether St or walk over at Civic Station overpass)
On street free parking - check the on street parking signage.
For further details on parking in Newcastle please visit the Newcastle City Council website here.