Annandale is the Inner West’s most uniquely eclectic harbourside suburb… it’s down to earth, laid back, quiet and sophisticated. It’s inner city living juxtaposed with expansive parklands, exquisite heritage mixed in with retro chic, 70s cool and 90s grunge. The music and café scene of Newtown and Enmore are just around the corner. And with Harold Park’s Tramshed Revival about to open its doors, it’s on the verge of Sydney’s coolest new foodie mecca, populated by providore market food halls, an independent supermarket and boutique retailers, cafés and restaurants. Living in Annandale means you are in the Inner West’s best connected suburb. You’ll be in the CBD within moments via the Anzac Bridge or Sydney’s most picturesque Light Rail stop, around the corner.

Essentially Victorian-era Sydney with a Gothic twist, Annandale’s wide tree lined streets are laced with architectural gold. It’s renowned for its legendary pubs, great restaurants and cafés. Then if it’s wide open green spaces you want, there are many parks within easy walking distance with even more to come, and the views from the waterfront are amazing. Looking to the future, The Ann & Dale is on the doorstep of what is going to be the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest urban renewal project, with The Bay’s Precinct Masterplan and White Bay Power Station set to be the IT hub of Sydney!

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