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Newcastle's Best Barbers

The teams at our Newcastle Concept Stores have developed a hard to earn reputation and are widely regarded as the regions best barbers. Our concept store experience is a modern day delivery of age old customs and traditional barbershop culture.

Leave your manly looks in the hands of our professionals and experience the timeless art of grooming delivered by the maestro barbers from Barber Industries Kotara. From old school to ultra modern styles, what you ask for is what you get, our approach is positive, comfortable and our services are always delivered with the greatest care and attention to detail.

We have a great range of mens grooming tools and products. We boast a fine selection of strait razors and shaving brushes as well as soaps, oils, pomades and putties, we have the right product to address all of your grooming needs and we are an official supplier of American Crew products in Australia. Can't decide? Give the perfect gift with a Barber Industries Gift Voucher.

We are open seven days a week on level 2 in Westfield Kotara. We welcome kids, students, seniors and pensioner cards, see our services section for daily trading hours and for full list of rates for hair cuts, beard & shave.

Come see Mike and his team of Newcastle's best barbers at Barber Industries Kotara.

HOURS

OPEN 7 DAYS
  • Monday
    9.00am-5.30pm
  • Tuesday
    9.00am-5.30pm
  • Wednesday
    9.00am-5.30pm
  • Thursday
    9.00am-9.00pm
  • Friday
    9.00am-5.30pm
  • Saturday
    9.00am-5.00pm
  • Sunday
    9.30am-4.00pm
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
  • Christmas Day
    X
  • New Years Day
    X
  • Easter Sunday
    X

SERVICES

HAIR
  • Mens Cuts
    $30
  • Skin Fade
    $35
  • Kids
    $25
  • School Student
    $25
  • Uni Student
    $28
  • Seniors Card
    $25
  • Pensioner
    $20
  • Crew Cut
    $20
FACE & BEARD
  • Beard Shave
    $30
  • Cut & Shave
    $55

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  • Barbershop Locations
    Shop 2020B, Westfield Kotara
    75-89 Park Ave Kotara, NSW 2289

Barbershop Blog

RUOK DAY AND STARTING THE CONVERSATION

August 19, 2022

With RUOK DAY fast approaching we thought it would be a good time to lay down some info about this initiative and outline the ways in which everyone can contribute to the cause. Here at Barber Industries Kotara we believe that RUOK is a great movement and we also believe that RUOK is a question that needs to be asked more often and made a normal part of life.
RUOK Day 2022 - Starting the conversation at the barbershopRUOK DAY AND STARTING THE CONVERSATIONRUOK DAY AND STARTING THE CONVERSATION

What is RUOK Day?

This year the event takes place on the 8th September 2022.

It is a national day of action that reminds Australians that every day is a day to ask the question, “are you OK?”

Those simple words can be the start of a meaningful conversation and can change the course of things for someone who might be struggling with life.

Here at the barbershop we endeavour to provide a listening ear and we encourage everyone to try and do the same. If you get the feeling that someone you know or care about isn’t behaving quite the way they normally would, or perhaps they seem out of sorts, agitated or withdrawn? It may be time to trust your gut instinct and act on it by asking “are you OK?”


How to ask RUOK - The simple steps that could change a life.

By starting a conversation about the changes you’ve noticed, you could help that person open up and if they are not okay that conversation may be enough to help them feel supported and help them find the strategies needed to better manage the load.

To ask, be relaxed, friendly and concerned in your approach. If they don’t want to talk, don’t criticise them. Tell them that you’re concerned about the changes in their behaviour and that you care about them. 

If they do share their issues, be sure to listen with an open mind and try to encourage action that can lead to a positive path forward. Remember that some conversations are too big for family and friends alone and that the help of a professional may be a great suggestion.

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