Crows Nest offers one of the most concentrated selections of drinking and drinking venues north side of the harbour.
As a result, its demographic skews a fair bit younger than most of the older-money suburbs around it, with those after a nice food and pub scene still coming with great connectivity to the Sydney CBD and elsewhere.
Great offer of local pubs and bars, nightclubs, live music, theatre and cinemas
Good number of parking spaces, average cost of street parking, average speed and road quality
Easy access to supermarkets, local shops, and convenience stores
Accessing gyms, local parks and public spaces, sporting facilities and swimming centres, walkways and cycleways in the suburb
Quick access to train, buses and ferries
Local lively markets, large shopping centres and boutique shops
It combines relaxed small green spaces with monthly friendly markets with unique products and goods. Crowies lacks the panoramic harbour views of its neighbours, but in exchange it has an enticing charm right at the edge of Sydney’s CBD.
St Thomas Rest Park is a historic place to go, home to a small cemetery, it's a dog-friendly green space.
Young singles and young families find in here the much needed connectivity and vibrancy of cafés and bars. There are menus from different cultural backgrounds and Willoughby Road stands out with its offer of alfresco dining.