Haymarket Profile


Haymarket/Chinatown, Sydney

See traditional teahouses and fresh seafood tanks. Smell the sweet, spicy, salty aromatics wafting from dishes and out into the streets. Hear the appreciative slurp of soupy noodles combined with the clanking of hot woks tossing from bustling kitchens. Taste plump dumplings fresh from steaming hot bamboo trays or creamy cakes fit for royal palates – Welcome to the Haymarket /Chinatown experience.

This is all part of the eastern promise of Haymarket/Chinatown – an exciting vibrant melting pot of, cuisines, customs and cultures from the Orient, right in the heart of Sydney.

Chinatown is located across Hay Street at the Southern end of Dixon Street and sits opposite the bustling Paddy’s Market/Market City complex.

As the historic heart of Sydney’s Chinese influence, this buzzing commercial business centre offers a doorway to the far reaches of Asia.

Chinatown is easily identified by the ceremonial arches guarded by lion statues at each end, with George Street and Sussex Street as the main thoroughfares. Explore what Chinatown has to offer on foot or take the upcoming light rail.
Venture out and enjoy the nightlife as streets bloom into action with karaoke lounges, bars, pubs and weekly Friday night markets. There are so many convenient places to enjoy a cheeky evening drink or relaxing catch-up with friends and family.
During the day, treat yourself to a little retail therapy and visit the local shops, supermarkets and boutique outlets that offer goods for every budget.

Chinatown/Haymarket the area also offers diverse living options catering for both homebuyers, all the way to astute property investors.

Very soon, Haymarket will also act as a gateway to the new Darling Square precinct, which promises luxury apartments, retail stores, a public library and the new Entertainment and Convention centres.

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