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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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Reviewed 2 days ago

A visit to Sydney is about a range of food experiences and on this occasion it was The Sage. Charming cafe on Enmore Road with the most delicious dessert and cake treats. Great to meet the man behind the treats. Staff provided great information and...More

Thank 54Barb2013
Reviewed 3 days ago

A nice part of the world with buzzing in the city of Sydney. Only part of Sydney that I think the lockout has not ruined yet. There are lots of late night activities, small breweries, clothes and jewelry shops, arts and people watching. The individual...More

Thank Titus D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Newtown is a great place to visit to sample a variety of cheap meals. The University is positioned here....therefore, has a young edgy vibe to it and better prices for all! Not far from the central station in Sydney....check it out!

Thank debsmillen66
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I'm not 100% sure if Newtown is part of Sydney or if it's a separate township, but it's accessible as part of the Sydney train network so I think it's a suburb and what a great suburb it is! Great food, great coffee, great shops...More

Thank James A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed in Newtown for a long weekend with friends. I found it very pleasant. Close proximity to the main Sydney town by way of trains which were easily accessible. Newtown has plenty of dining options too.

Thank Shellie M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Easy access by bus or train and the long street of Newtown and Enmore holds a treasure trove of quirky shops and especially good food, gelati to die for.

Thank SaltPepper2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Although Newtown has become more gentrified over the past 10 years, King Street still has some of the best eating in Sydney. Love strolling along the street on teekend picking out where wed like to eat.

Thank markharrier2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Variable quality shopping and food, but the highs outdo the lows.Interesting, friendly and weird folk.

Thank Mary S
Reviewed May 16, 2017

The hostel told me to go and walk around newtown. It was great fun for an afternoon. Lots of little shops to explore, food places and pubs.

Thank chenkuohua8
Reviewed May 14, 2017

Scratch Darling Harbour and The Rocks from your itinerary and put Newtown on it! King Street is one of the most vibrant and exciting streets in Australia, and it just happens to be located in one of the nation's most open and accepting communities. Newtown...More

Thank Sky_Is_The_Limit_17
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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richard J
Where is the oldest bar in Sydney?
April 21, 2017|
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Response from Marcus567 | Reviewed this property |
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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