GLEBE At A Glance
Bohemian and funky by nature, Glebe’s rich architectural makeup is the backbone of this historic neighbourhood. Stories of hardship, love, endurance and vitality have made this inner-west suburb into an alluring village that has a thriving arts and culture scene, and a line-up of cafés and restaurants that demand attention.
Proximity to Blackwattle Bay, Sydney’s CBD and universities.
Glebe Markets are on every Saturday and Sappho Books has a hidden courtyard café-slash-wine bar out the back of the store.
Glebe means a piece of land that’s given to the Church. In 1789, 400 acres west of Sydney Cove was granted to the Anglican Church, partly forming what
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