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Glebe

A unique animal amongst most of Sydney’s suburbs.

Gritty and artsy yet still retaining somewhat of a warm and communal feel, Glebe is sort of a fusion between the inner-west and Pyrmont, with mansions and housing commissions, greenery and waterfront views coexisting behind graffiti-and-mural specked back streets. It's definitely got a village charm, and is an eclectic mix that some may just find highly appealing.

Glebe has more than 20 heritage-listed buildings and rows of 19th century terrace houses, which makes exploring its architecture and the lively weekend markets a highly enjoyable experience.

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Nightlife

6

/10

Great offer of local pubs and bars, nightclubs, live music, theatre and cinemas

Car Friendly

7

/10

Good number of parking spaces, average cost of street parking, average speed and road quality

Groceries

6

/10

Easy access to supermarkets, local shops, and convenience stores

Fitness

8

/10

Accessing gyms, local parks and public spaces, sporting facilities and swimming centres, walkways and cycleways in the suburb

Public Transport

8

/10

Quick access to train, buses and ferries

Shopping

8

/10

Accessing gyms, local parks and public spaces, sporting facilities and swimming centres, walkways and cycleways in the suburb

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Every Saturday, the Glebe Markets attracts Sydneysiders with its second hand stalls and bargains.

Check out Gleebooks for regular author talks, and the Nicholson Museum to discover Australia’s biggest public collection of archaeological treasures -from Egyptian mummies to Greek vases.

The Glebe Foreshore Walk from Bicentennial Park to Blackwattle Bay has spectacular views across 27 hectares of open space.

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Understand your local

Glebe is filled with heritage pubs and small bars.

English-style Nag’s Head Hotel, art deco Friend in Hand, the Harold Park Hotel, The Toxteth and The Glebe Hotel are among the best options to enjoy a pint or a trivia night. Glebe Point Road is known for its cafes, bars, shops and restaurants. Options range from flamenco show at Spanish Tapas, to Lebanese cuisine at Thievery, and hot Spicy Sichuan.

Tramsheds Harold Park is a restored food precinct, which is home to 11 restaurants plus a supermarket and gym. Finally, the acclaimed Boathouse overlooking the water is a must-stop after the Glebe Foreshore Walk.

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Glebe

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$300 p/w

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6 Months +

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Glebe
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The Wigram

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Close to restaurants and bars

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$310 p/w

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6 Months +

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Glebe
Sydney

The Hereford

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Professional cleaning

High speed internet

Close to restaurants and bars