Coffee and Brunch. Two of my favourite things. I am now a fully fledged coffee lover so I’ve been spending a lot of time searching for the best cafes in Newcastle and this right here is the ultimate guide to my favourites.
It’s been a while but I’ve finally returned to Newcastle to work on my street photography with a pair of Fujifilm X-T2s and the Fujifilm X100F.
Ouseburn is to Newcastle what Shoreditch is to London, the Northern Quarter is to Manchester and what Fitzroy is to Melbourne. Newcastle is a pretty lively city with top quality bars and restaurants all over but Ouseburn is the place where it comes together for those that like things a little more alternative.
Ouseburn lies just a short distance to the east of Newcastle’s city centre and is rapidly gaining popularity. Formerly post-industrial wasteland, Ouseburn has been regenerated into what you see today. It’s definitely somewhere where you can spend a full day whether you are wanting a few beers, out for a coffee and cake or are planning a family day out. This is the area of Newcastle that the locals like to keep to themselves. All you really need to know is that it’s my kind of place; urban, quirky and cool. I absolutely love it and I’m sure you will too.
Over the course of three months, I meandered my way up the well-travelled East Coast of Australia stopping at pretty much every viewpoint, beach and, most importantly, every pub. Now that might be a slight exaggeration but, with the heat of the Australian sun combined… Read More »A Beer Lover’s Guide to the East Coast of Australia