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There's artistry in living local, and Glebe makes it easy. From casual eats to retail therapy, markets to waterside walks, you'll find it all around the corner.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Glebe is the inner city suburb that oscillates between old world charm and contemporary chic. Where restaurants and pubs preside in place for decades and watch the people pass by, while new contemporary cafés and boutiques open up every day.

THE ART OF A WORLD CITY

From West End's CBD-fringe location you can be in the city in minutes. Australia's major business hub also offers the best of Sydney, concentrated: underground bars, vibrant arts and culture, and fashion from local and offshore designers.

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YOUR GUIDE TO THE
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Find your personal style and the best new eateries around. Seek out the beautiful things in life - art, music, ideas - and keep them close. And don't forget the simple things: connecting and spending time together in our dazzling city.

Glebe dining Read more
Glebe dining Glebe has you covered for dinner reservations: there's swish, seasonal comfort food at Glebe Point Diner, and inventive Middle Eastern at Thievery for starters. Or pull up a chair at a streetside café on Sunday morning for brunch and the best coffee around.
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Shopping Join the crowds that flock to Glebe Markets on a Saturday to browse handcrafted jewellery and recycled fashion, or head to the recently made-over Broadway Shopping Centre – now home to H&M, Sephora, Victoria's Secret, and a new food court featuring Sydney favourite Din Tai Fung.
Glebe dining Glebe has you covered for dinner reservations: there's swish, seasonal comfort food at Glebe Point Diner, and inventive Middle Eastern at Thievery for starters. Or pull up a chair at a streetside café on Sunday morning for brunch and the best coffee around.
something for everyone
Harbour foreshore and parks Read more
Harbour foreshore and parks Head down to the parklands that line Glebe’s foreshore for a morning run, a footy session or to let the kids make their own fun in the playgrounds. Four-legged friends can run free west of the canal in Bicentennial Park, while the grassy eastern side is perfect for picnics.
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Harbour foreshore and parks Head down to the parklands that line Glebe’s foreshore for a morning run, a footy session or to let the kids make their own fun in the playgrounds. Four-legged friends can run free west of the canal in Bicentennial Park, while the grassy eastern side is perfect for picnics.
Local bars Glebe has no shortage of cosy watering holes. At The Little Guy friendly staff will help you choose from the wine, beer and cocktail lists – and they’re generous with the free popcorn. Meanwhile a colourful crowd chats over schooners and comedy at the eclectic Friend in Hand.
Fine dining Read more Kensington Street Read more
Kensington Street Once lined with hollow industrial structures, Kensington Street’s narrow paved laneways are now filled with eateries and exhibition space. In hawker-style Spice Alley, chefs swing roti, fire up woks and reinvent South-East Asian street food classics, from crisp pork belly to fresh rice paper rolls.
Kensington Street Once lined with hollow industrial structures, Kensington Street’s narrow paved laneways are now filled with eateries and exhibition space. In hawker-style Spice Alley, chefs swing roti, fire up woks and reinvent South-East Asian street food classics, from crisp pork belly to fresh rice paper rolls.
Fine dining From its position on the wharf on Blackwattle Bay, The Boathouse enjoys water views across to the Anzac Bridge and Fish Market. The team has perfected the art of seafood, with 15 different oysters and their famous snapper pie – succulent fish encased in a puffy, golden, buttery shell.
Chinatown
Chinatown From food halls, noodle bars and neon-lit dumpling houses, the smells of ramen, pork buns and crispy duck waft out onto the street. Designers, artists and street food vendors pour into Dixon Street for the Friday Chinatown Night Markets – a colourful display of contemporary Asian culture.
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