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A little about NEWTOWN, NSW 2042
Inner West · Sydney Region
Very Bohemian by nature, Newtown is a neighbourhood that thrives on the fringe. Eclectic and artsy by nature with elements of grit, Newtown has a well-established name on the local and international theatre and art scene. King Street is the focal point of Newtown. It’s both a foodie’s destination and a place to nab a quirky find. Newtown likes to push the boundaries from the central hub to the narrow backstreets.
Very offbeat and arty, Newtown has evolved from its blue-collar roots into an area that oozes all things bohemian. Even though the neighbourhood has seen a wave of gentrification in more recent times, the locals have remained true to their individualism, and the newbies have embraced them.
You will find that the main action takes place in and around King Street, which is a 9 km stretch and flows down into Enmore Road. Filled with quirky unpretentious shops next to established brand names, King Street is the place to eat, drink and shop at any time of the day and night.
Newtown is truly a living and breathing art space, starting with galleries confined within their bricks and mortar to bold uncommissioned three-storey high murals that make social and political statements. Street art here is not just an expressive outlet for some – it’s a way of life for the masses.
Newtown is a hub when it comes to live music and performing arts. Sydney’s highest concentration of theatre and art spaces is found in Newtown. Many a budding artists had their very first break here – the Sandringham (aka The Sando), Enmore Theatre, and Leadbelly (formally The Vanguard) are local institutions, especially when it comes to the indie rock scene.
Only a stone throw away from the University of Sydney, Sydney’s CBD and the Carriageworks, this neighbourhood has an addictive vibrancy.
Densely populated Newtown has evolved from its working-class roots when locals mainly consisted of workers in nearby factories, warehouses, brickyards, and the Eveleigh Railway workshops. The 1960s and 70s saw an influx of university students and those seeking a more bohemian lifestyle.
Today, Newtown is a melting pot of many ethnicities, cultures, and socio-economic backgrounds. Both struggling students as well as and cashed-up professionals mingle together with creatives, young families, and a strong gay community. This eclectic mix just works, bringing a unique authenticity to this vibrant inner-city neighbourhood.