Something for everyone!
The Station is a hub of activity with a great outdoor event space, pop-up attractions, and an eclectic mix of retail stores.
Pop into Wildflower City cafe, browse The Station shops (think unique homewares, books, art, jewellery and plants), choose something to read from Secret Book Stuff's free lending library, and let the littlies wear themselves out scooting and playing in the Kids Corner.
This is the spot to get the best coffee, toasties and doughnuts in Newcastle! A customer focused (not competitor focused) cafe showing love to community, Wildflower is the dream of local, real and crazy husband and wife duo, Jack and Rianna. Open Mon-Sat, 7am-1pm.
Secret Book Stuff
Visit our new bookshop and free community lending library. It's all about keeping the magic of books alive! We host events, workshops, book clubs, poetry nights and more! Sign up to our mailing list to happenings.
Make Space is an experimental creative workshop and gallery operated by a talented collective of award-winning local artisans. The gallery showcases a collection of local handmade creations including jewellery, homewares, clothing and one-off artworks available for viewing and purchase. Pop in for a browse!
The Green Altar
The Green Altar is the latest sensational tenant to call The Station home. Brought to you by the fantastic eco-friendly duo, Amanda and Andrew Marsh from Desert Sunday Collective. You’ll find anything from ceramics, plant pots and kitchenware to handmade Mexican throws, handcrafted books and plant-based clothing and care products.
Scooter Track & Kids Corner
Beep beep! Make way for a fun scooter track at The Station. Perfect for kids to race around and burn off some energy in a safe and friendly environment.
House of Elliott
The highly regarded House of Elliott, owned by Interior Designer, Tina Elliott now resides at The Station! After 7 years at Perkins St, the team have moved to The Station to welcome in customers looking for inspiration, home décor ideas or those wanting to indulge in a bit of retail therapy.
Roll up your kids sleeves for fun and educational workshops designed to teach the little ones basic skills for sustainable gardening, and reducing the the amount of organic waste that goes into landfill.