Cooks Hill

One of the inner city suburbs of Newcastle, Cooks Hill is most renowned for the popular 'eat street' - Darby Street. Darby Street has approximately 25 restaurants and Cafes - enjoy alfresco dining, buzzy cafes and some great lively pubs.

Cooks Hill is also home to a number of inner city art galleries. Cultral precinct guides listing all the galleries are available from the Newcastle Visitor Information Centre.

The area is easily recognised by tree lined streets, rows of Victorian terrace houses, turn of the century timber cottages and corner pubs. There is so much visitors can see and do in the area such as picnic in the parks, spending the day in the CBD, shop at The Junction, wine and dine in the cafes, awim in the Hunter River, take a day trip to see the vineyards of the Hunter Valley and travel south to the recreation areas of the Lake Macquarie.

Temperatures for Cooks Hill

Cooks Hill has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Cooks Hill is approximately 27 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 19 °c.

Cooks Hill has mild winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Cooks Hill is approximately 18 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 8 °c.

January1927
February1927
March1726
April1523
May1120
June917
July717
August818
September1021
October1323
November1524
December1827


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