About Cooks Hill
Cooks Hill is an inner city suburb of Newcastle,
New South Wales, Australia. Cooks Hill is typified
by its tree lined streets, rows of Victorian terrace
housing, turn of the century timber cottages and
Cooks Hill had a population of 3,621 in 2011.
Cooks Hill is probably most renowned for the
popular 'eat street' - Darby Street. Darby Street
has approximately 25 restaurants and cafés some
which enjoy alfresco dining. Cooks Hill is also
diverse in character and is home to many of the
city's well-known pubs, such as The Cricketers
Arms Hotel, The Oriental Hotel, The Delaney and
the Commonwealth Hotel.