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By Maitland’s Best Barbers

Experience a team of highly skilled professionals who bring back the timeless art of grooming in a traditional barbershop. Our team at Barber Industries Maitland are craftsman of the highest regard, a team with an industry leading skillset and a loyal following. It really is the skills of our staff that seperate us from the other barbershops in the area, the cut throat shaves, fades and attention to the finest of detail that is the point of difference.

With the major redevelopment of the Stockland Greenhills East Maitland came the opportunity to establish another Barber Industries Concept Store. The new complex brings so many stores and services that have long been desired in the area, including a barbershop with traditional values and techniques as well as modern day aesthetics.

We are a country store and we personally know so many of our clients, we welcome everyone equally and build on strong customer relations. We have a diverse customer base that is much broader than just our locale, with some regular clients travelling great distances and from further up the valley to visit us and our master barbers.

Come see the best barbers in Maitland. Whether you are a local or visitor to the Maitland region, come in and experience our personal and genuine service, the familiarity and warmth that only the country offers. We are open seven days a week on the ground floor, next to H&M, in Stockland Greenhills East Maitland.


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  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Day
  • Easter Sunday


  • Mens Cuts
  • Skin Fade
  • Kids
  • School Student
  • Seniors Card
  • Pensioner
  • Crew Cut
  • Beard Shave
  • Cut & Shave


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By far the best barbershop in the area. I don't have to explain how I want my hair cut every time and I always get the best quality and walk out happy. I highly recommend this place.

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Style in style. No request remain unsolved. A King's service. On moderate prices. Highly recommended. I had strange request and I'm quite fussy about but Amir fixed my need with out question.

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Best service from the boys at Barber industries greenhills today 👍 top fades and beard styles from the man Amir churr bro
10/10 😎

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    1 Molly Morgan Dr, East Maitland, 2323

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August 8, 2020

We have all been affected by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Many of us have put our lives on hold. Some of us have lost jobs and a few of us have even lost loved ones. In order to survive this pandemic, we all need to take some time to adjust to the situation and look for ways to cope. Here are three ways to help you keep it all together while the world gets turned upside down around us.
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Reach out

In these stressful times, we need all the support that we can get. Due to stringent but necessary physical distancing and quarantine measures, there are many of us that need to make do with being connected online. While messaging apps and social media are no replacement for physical contact, we can augment that void by reaching out to our friends and family more frequently.

It’s a good idea to make the habit of asking about someone’s day, or encouraging somebody to open up about things that bother them. It’s not necessarily about providing solutions to certain problems, in fact, most of the time people just need to have somebody to talk to.

With the pandemic putting a halt on many of our life’s plans, we can make the most of our free time by making sure that people know that they are not alone. Through this process of reaching out and connecting with others we may also come to the realisation that we are not alone.

Do some self care

Make a habit of keeping up your grooming routine and ritual, even if you’re working from home in your pyjamas and not leaving the house. Take the time saved in travelling to work as a blessing and try to utilise that time for some self care. Squeeze in some exercise or get a little zen with some relaxation and meditation techniques, this can help keep your anxiety and stress levels down, which helps to keep your immune system healthy.

No need to stay cooped up at home the whole time either, make sure you get in and see us for your usual haircut and hot towel shave, we are still open seven days a week in Stockland Greenhills. Do it, make the most of the relaxed restrictions in NSW while they last, because who knows if we end up in full lockdown like Victoria sometime soon. A fresh cut will get you looking good, which leads to feeling good and that is as important as ever.

Set some boundaries

It’s important to keep yourself informed about what’s going on. Fighting this pandemic will require informed communities who understand what it takes to curb the spread of the virus.

However, the barrage of negativity that so often comes with the news can be overwhelming. Coupled with feelings of isolation, this negativity can lead to stress, anxiety, and even depression. A good way to combat this is to limit your exposure to stressors.

Helpful boundaries may mean temporarily signing off of social media. You can also ask friends and family members to limit conversations about the ongoing pandemic and economic recession that will inevitably follow.

To be clear, you should not be avoiding these discussions entirely. However, in trying to weather through the pandemic, it’s best to cut a clear line between being informed and becoming mentally compromised.


Naturally, it’s okay to experience stress and anxiety. After all, this pandemic is far from over and it does presents a real live danger. However, it’s important to look for the silver lining in every situation. If you have the luxury to do so, you should use this time to reflect, reconnect with friends and family, and adopt a routine of healthy habits. This way, you’ll be in a much better position to weather through the pandemic and the ongoing challenges that it presents.

When visiting the barbershop you will notice that there are some new safety measures to take before entering. We are a Covid Safe establishment and in keeping up the highest safety standards we have new precautionary systems in place. Please follow all staff instructions. We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these necessary steps, they work to keep us all Covid Safe.



July 21, 2020
When choosing a hairstyle, it can be tempting to go with the latest trend. For many others, they will try to emulate the hairstyle of their favourite celebrity or sports hero. There is nothing wrong with this and for many it feels good to be on the pulse and to be sporting the latest look. While people are always free to make their own choices, sometimes it is a good idea to take some advise from your barber.
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June 8, 2020
A man’s hairstyle speaks volumes about their upkeep and character. While some men love to sport the shabby ‘I just walked off the beach look’ and others just strait up look better with a longer hairstyle, the majority of men prefer a traditional, short, sleek and clean haircut. Any respectable man wanting to maintain his image needs a great haircut. Think about how boys are asked to have a certain type of haircut in school or how men in uniform require a specific haircut. However in saying that, there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to choosing what’s right for you. Different styles require a different level of upkeep and today we take a look at how often you should visit your barber.
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February 10, 2020
On the 29th of February 2020, the proudest of all the ‘mullet heads’ from around the country and the world will converge on the Chelmsford Hotel in Kurri Kurri. They will be coming from near and far for the third annual Mulletfest and they will be pitching their hair styles against one another in a battle royale like no other.
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