Glebe is one of Sydney’s oldest inner-city suburbs, with a post-indigenous history dating back to 1790, and some very well-preserved colonial heritage architecture. The tree-lined streets of the suburb are home to a multitude of boutiques, restaurants and cafes, as well as 19th century terrace houses, which lend the neighborhood a distinctive village feel, making this historic suburb a great place to visit day or night.
The area has a thriving population and many events on throughout the year, such as the Glebe Street Fair and the Glebe Markets, which are held every Saturday from 10am to 4pm, with sellers peddling all kinds of wares from leather goods, to homemade delights and vintage clothing. The Glebe Markets are a local institution, enjoyed by both locals and day-trippers alike.
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