Newcastle Bus Interchange

The former 'Store' site will be transformed into a new bus interchange. This $200 million redevelopment by the Doma Group will take design and opportunity to new levels in the city’s emerging West End.

In September 2015, UrbanGrowth NSW purchased the former Newcastle Co-Operative Store (‘the Store’) site in Newcastle West adjacent to Newcastle Interchange, with a view to realising its transport and development potential.

Newcastle Bus Interchange will provide improved connectivity between heavy rail, light rail, and buses. It will also provide pedestrian access between the station concourse, the bus interchange, Hunter Street and Stewart Avenue.

A Heritage Interpretation Strategy has been produced to guide the development of the Newcastle Bus Interchange, providing options to recognise The Store’s history. To learn more, view the strategy here


Key features

Key features

  • A new bus interchange with kiss and ride
  • 13,000 square meters of standalone office space (subject to Approval)
  • Residential towers and retail outlets (subject to Approval)
  • Improved high quality public domain, pedestrian access and roads