The traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people, European settlement of the Northcote area began in 1839 with a Government land sale. Many of these allotments were long, narrow strips of land running in an east-west configuration, which has resulted in the street patterns of the suburb to this day.
Northcote’s reputation as a working-class suburb. Following the arrival of public transport in the late 1880s and early 1890s, the population of Northcote began to increase. Businesses opened along High Street, as well as churches and schools. Throughout the 1950s the area became home to a large number of Italian and Greek migrants. By the 1980s, gentrification of Fitzroy and Fitzroy North had pushed some of the artistic and activist communities north into Northcote.
Today home of hipster and a well mixed cultural diversity, there is always a good event, celebration, festival and or activity going on. To keep up to dates we follow;
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