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King Street and Enmore Road, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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A neighborhood with a Greenwich Village vibe, Newtown is a great place to stray from tourist traffic and duck into funky clothing, books, homewares and tea shops housed in Victorian-style buildings. The plentiful cafes and restaurants along King Street have earned the roadway the nickname of 'Eat Street.'
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King Street and Enmore Road, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

for a day stroll down the bustling and busy street well worth a look. Some awesome different types of clothes shops with some of the best food and coffee Sydney has to offer

1  Thank Liane C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of my favourite suburbs in Sydney, this place has an amazing arts scene with lots of murals, get pubs and a good live music scene. Some of Australia´s best bands come from Newtown.

Thank adrianjefferson
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When in the inner west area, Newtown is definitely the spot to go to when you need food. Its got restaurants of soo many different cultures and dessert spots to hit up for after. Although i have relocated to further out west i still make...More

Thank lianaenoka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Colourful suburb where Sydney alternate reside. The suburb is full of good eating places,mostly on king street. You have to be careful where to park if you have a decent car. We got our car vandalised in a street just off king street, " with...More

Thank Hussein R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is no other experience quite like waking down King Street, Newtown! The colourful locals, eclectic stores and fabulous food choices will have you wanting to go again and again! Whether it's a bookshop, clothing store, thrift shop or one of the multitude of other...More

Thank Gem P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a great place to visit. There are many restaurants and most are different kinds. The whole of Newtown is funky..... have crazy shops like a button shop with a zillion different buttons, lots of other great boutique kinda funky shops. I could spend...More

Thank 1234Col
Reviewed July 15, 2017

I like this place, it's got a really trendy hippy groovy vibe. There's plenty of nice exotic cafe's and restaurant. Very gay and dog friendly. A lot of vegan place to go to. Neat little bookshops. I went to Better Read than Dead Bookshop and...More

Thank ExoticPilot
Reviewed July 12, 2017

Newtown has maintained its unique character of fantastic eateries (usually cheap), diverse culture and interesting shops. It might appear a bit rough and ready at times but its not.

Thank Richard3150
Reviewed July 11, 2017

to noisy too dingy in spots for the life of me cannot comprehend that trip advisor EVEN want a rewiew also the traffic is an gigantic turn off

Thank perlubkca
Reviewed July 11, 2017

Out of Africa for African cusine or Pashas for Egyptian, literaly hundreds and hundreds of cheap eats restuarants all next door to one another. Meat, vegitarian and everything that your taste buds could desire and allon a cheap budget

Thank Mark M
A Bohemian inner-west suburb known for its alternative
music scene, Newtown is a diverse community offering a
multitude of restaurants, art galleries, performance
spaces, thrift stores and bars. Home of some of the
best live music venues in the city, shows can be found
everywhere from the official theaters to the
neighborhood pubs. From its humble beginnings as a
neighborhood primarily known for its many Thai
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Fortune of War, 137 George St Sydney appears to be the oldest bar in Sydney. The hotel ... since 1828. The bar's interior design looks fantastic. Worth visiting.
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