Dulwich Hill

Lifestyle

The inner west suburb rich with culture infused with an eclectic cosmopolitan vibe. An endearing, neighbourly feel, character-filled streets with funky street art and a food scene that you’ll never be able to get enough of. Residents can choose from an impressive array of cafes, delis and restaurants offering food styles from around the world. The Hub House Diner, The Larder, Sideways Deli Cafe and Butchers Brew Bar are among the local faves.

The beauty of the neighbourhood is defined by both its appearance and its ability to make people feel comfortable and at home. With a great community and access to the essentials, Dulwich Hill’s aesthetics are merely a cherry on top of an already solid core

Transport

Public transport in Dulwich Hill is a commuter’s dream. Seven kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD, with multiple bus routes to the city, the suburb’s own train station and three light rail stopes within the suburb’s borders. The 426, 428 and 412 routes provide bus connections between Dulwich Hill and the Sydney CBD.

 

 

Local Amenities

  • Three primary schools and one secondary school, the renowned Dulwich High School of Visual Arts & Design.

  • The main shopping strip, including an IGA supermarket, runs along New Canterbury Road, and the northern end of Marrickville Road. It also has many fruit and vegetable groceries and specialty stores all over the suburb.

  • Suburb:Dulwich Hill