Cooks Hill


The Journey has arrived

If your preference is to shop independent and love a good browse through beautifully styled boutique then Darby St is where you need to head. To get a little more specific you should head to Scout Newcastle.

Walk on through the trademark wooden door and blue washed subway tiles and discover the light and always evolving space that has been created by owners Tim and Tiffany.

You can tell much love and care has gone into the refurb with Tim's custom interior design evident throughout. All the woodwork and joinery was designed and hand finished by Tim and Tiffany in their custom 'blonde' hard-wax oil. So many personal touches... the epic star shelf!

Owner Tiffany admits that it's a time-consuming task bringing the Scout collection together, with the range distinguishing itself from all the other boutiques on Darby St and Newcastle.

"By individually selecting each piece the collection can be tailored to our customers who we've gotten to know very well over the last 15 years." - Tiff.

Most of the labels you see on the racks are exclusive to Scout and much of the collection is a tribute to the energetic Australian fashion scene with brands such as Spell & The Gypsy Collective, Arnhem, Arthur Apparel, Camp Cove Swim and Andean Collective to list a few. Plus lifestyle essentials from Will + Bear, Pony Rider, Cedar & Stone, Lu Goldie Wellington Factory and footwear favourites Veja and Soludos.

International labels aren't overlooked with Real Fun Wow prints from California, Slow Down Studio Throws from L.A. and American classic footwear brands Saltwater Sandals on regular rotation. Scout’s expansive collection allows even the most frazzled of shoppers to walk in on a Friday afternoon and be weekend ready! 

The collection is everything you need to give your Summer wardrobe an edge, so you best get your move on to Scout toot sweet! 

Tiffany says, "By individually selecting each piece the collection can be tailored to our customers," who they have gotten to know oh so well over the last 19 years, Tim and Tiff also own Abicus which sits just across the road.