Morpeth, NSW 2321

4.3(2 reviews)

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Lack of traffic
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parks and recreation
  • Peace and quiet

Not great for

  • Internet access
  • Medical facilities
  • Nightlife

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Retirees

Reviews of Morpeth, NSW

28th August 2022

"The best suburb in the Hunter!"

I moved to Morpeth 8 years ago and it was the best thing I ever did! The town is beautiful, historic, clean, green and peaceful. There is strong community here and the people are always friendly and helpful. There are cafes, shops, restaurants, chemists, medical centres and pubs all within easy walking distance where you'll always be served with a smile and a chat. Fish, kayak or water ski on the Morpeth River or relax in the local parks. The only downside would be the high property prices.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"Just go!! This place is sooooo charming!!!!"

I visited Morpeth on a day trip while I was holidaying in Nelson bay (about 70 km away) and I’m glad I did!
You could be walking down the street 100 years ago time has just stood still in this old world village.
The shops where amazing old toy stores, lolly stores, wine store, antique store bakery etc... the history oozes from the old sandstone buildings even the gutters in the streets are sandstone!

Famous businesses also started out in Morpeth as it was a thriving trade centre in the early and mid 1800’s most notably Soul Patterson Chemists and Arnott’s biscuits.
We went on a horse drawn cart ride through the main streets in town with a lovely German settler named Dieter who stoped and told us of the rich history behind each significant building and landmark.
“Juliet” the 11 year old Clydesdale horse presented an image of yesteryear roaming the streets and the sound of her enormous hoofs pounding the pavement added to the atmosphere and experience.
As a tourist attraction i give this place 10 out of 10!! JUST GO!!

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees

Juliet the majestic Clydesdale mare pulling her Carriage is like a vision from the past and the clip clop of her massive feet an echo from days gone by. I’m sure you agree ..Morpeth is in a league of it’s own with Julie roaming the streets.

Help to k e e p her in M o r p e t h

Come for a ride through town to experience a unique Encounter with Juliet the Horse and a German Settler who likes to reflect on the history and human endeavour . signal driver or come to Home Base Morpeth Trading Post 7 Robert St

Clip e c l o p clip e c l o p

J u liet swings her f e e t

Young and old come running out

When she trots down the s t r e e t

She likes to pull her c a r t

And looks so strong and s m a r t

Hop on to keep her on the job

keep M o r peth look a p a r t

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