Living

Living

 Haymarket attracts over over 2 million visitors per year.
Haymarket is Austrlaia's most walkable precinct that has over 100 restaurants, over 3000 businesses and attracts over 2.2 million visitors each year and visitation is increasing each year.  Regarded as the third most popular Sydney destination to visit following the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Chinatown Haymarket is a cultural rich and diverse place to experience local Asian food, shopping and community.
With amazing shopping at Market City, World Square, Paddy's Market and hundreds of street retails enjoy Haymarket by eating, shopping experiencing and enjoying all this area offers.

Attractions

Market City
Paddy's Market
Dixon Street
Capitol Theatre
Chinese Garden of Friendship
Darling Harbour
Bars and Restaurant

As one of the most unique education hubs in Sydney with University of Technology, InSearch UTS and TAFE Ultimo at your doorstep, Haymarket is arguably Sydney’s most distinctive and iconic cultural precinct encompassing the largest Chinatown in Australia. It is home to 13,000 residents and provides around 25% of the City’s visitor accommodation. The local area attracts many local and international visitors, investors, students and resiidents creating a diverse and exciting area. Its innate energy and vigour have ensured its longevity for the past 150 years and the area now draws around 2.5 million visitors annually

 

Haymarket offers a dynamic mix of shops, bars and restaurants. From yum cha palaces to sushi trains, Asian style cake shops to traditional tea and herbal suppliers, the area is a veritable melting pot of flavours and cuisines from the depth and breadth of Asia.  Plus you will discover some cool Karaoke places, interesting bars and hidden arcades full of great shops.

 

Some things not to be missed include historic Dixon Street – a bustling alfresco dining strip, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Paddy’s Market and Market City.

 

 

Haymarket is arguably Sydney’s most distinctive and iconic cultural precinct encompassing the largest Chinatown in Australia. It is home to 13,000 residents and provides around 25% of the City’s visitor accommodation. The local area attracts many local and international visitors, investors, students and resiidents creating a diverse and exciting area. Its innate energy and vigour have ensured its longevity for the past 150 years and the area now draws around 2.5 million visitors annually.

 

 

Haymarket offers a dynamic mix of shops, bars and restaurants. From yum cha palaces to sushi trains, Asian style cake shops to traditional tea and herbal suppliers, the area is a veritable melting pot of flavours and cuisines from the depth and breadth of Asia.  Plus you will discover some cool Karaoke places, interesting bars and hidden arcades full of great shops. 

 

Some things not to be missed include historic Dixon Street – a bustling alfresco dining strip, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Paddy’s Market and Market City.

 

Haymarket is arguably Sydney’s most distinctive and iconic cultural precinct encompassing the largest Chinatown in Australia. It is home to 13,000 residents and provides around 25% of the City’s visitor accommodation. The local area attracts many local and international visitors, investors, students and resiidents creating a diverse and exciting area. Its innate energy and vigour have ensured its longevity for the past 150 years and the area now draws around 2.5 million visitors annually.


Haymarket offers a dynamic mix of shops, bars and restaurants. From yum cha palaces to sushi trains, Asian style cake shops to traditional tea and herbal suppliers, the area is a veritable melting pot of flavours and cuisines from the depth and breadth of Asia.  Plus you will discover some cool Karaoke places, interesting bars and hidden arcades full of great shops.

 

 

Some things not to be missed include historic Dixon Street – a bustling alfresco dining strip, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Paddy’s Market and Market City.