Eldon Square bus station is one of two bus stations serving the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England, England. It is jointly owned by Newcastle City Council and Intu, and is managed by Nexus.
It is located in the Haymarket area of the city centre, near Newcastle University, adjacent to Haymarket bus station and near Haymarket Metro station. It is attached to and accessible from Eldon Square Shopping Centre which links the bus station with the commercialised Northumberland Street and Monument area.
The present bus station opened on 18 March 2007, replacing a previous bus station in the undercroft of the shopping centre, which has now been converted into a new mall. The new glass-roofed bus station was built adjacent to the old on a former access road and is accessible via the new mall. There are nine bays, each with electronic departure boards and electric doors that open only when a bus is at the stand.
Eldon Square bus station principally serves County Durham, West Gateshead, and the Tyne Valley with Go North East being the principal bus operator in the station. Stagecoach also serves some destinations in the West End of Newcastle. The nearby Haymarket bus station is mainly served by Arriva North East providing services to the north and east of the city, Northumberland and North Tyneside.