About Dulwich Hill

Located right next door to the vibrant areas of Marrickville and Petersham, Dulwich Hill is a popular, more peaceful haven for young families, singles and professionals. Well serviced with local supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, pubs and all of the amenities you need, including banks gyms and mechanics, residents have everything they need right on their doorstep.

The quiet streets here are lined with regal federation homes, shaded by established trees and framed with overflowing garden beds. The area has a neighbourly village feel, unique for an inner city suburb, which makes it a highly sought after location for home buyers.

The area is littered with lovely parks where kids and pets are welcome locals. To the south of the suburb is Cooks River, lined with parks and paths for picnics and walks by the water. To the east is Marrickville, renowned for its hip cafes, pubs and weekend produce market. And just a stone’s throw to the north is Petersham, Sydney’s portuguese hub, where charcoal chicken restaurants, patisseries and providores draw lines out the door on weekends.

Workers commuting to the city, western suburbs or south are well connected with both roads and transport in the area. One of the biggest draw cards to this area is the brand new Inner West Light Rail Link. This links Dulwich Hill to the surrounding area, harbour and city in a direct commute. On the light rail residents can easily reach the foodie hotspot of Leichhardt, harbourside parks of Lilyfield and Glebe, the Sydney Fish Market, and the inner city including Chinatown and Paddy’s Market.


A colourful mix of Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Vietnamese families create the great community and lifestyle in Dulwich Hill More recently, young singles and families have sought out the area loving its easy access to the city and kid-friendly atmosphere.


Dulwich Hill is predominantly residential with a charming display of character dwellings including gorgeous Federation homes and California bungalows.

To a lesser degree are units and townhouses, though these are on the rise, as more people discover Hurlstone Park is a sleeping treasure.