For years, Chippendale stayed a secret despite its central Sydney location. Its elusive character could be attributed to its lack of beachfront or its surplus of brick buildings, but mustachioed Sydneysiders are increasingly finding Chippendale's eccentricities enchanting. Crumbling alleyways wind through crooked lanes that lead to refurbished art galleries and outdoor cafe spaces, cheese shops, and community centers. Minutes away from Chinatown and the CBD, it's easy to guess where Chippendale is going—up, up, and away.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Chippendale: From Grey Industry to Pantone Artistry
A quiet, leafy neighbourhood with community gardens along the footpaths, cafes, and small bars and galleries."
Cultivating Sydney's Cafe Culture In Chippendale
[This is] funky Chippendale, which borders Surry Hills, Glebe, Newtown and Redfern, [and is] home to some of the best shops and restaurants in Sydney."
On Break In Chippendale
Street Art In Chippendale
[Chippendale is an] ex-industrial city area that's now a residential and creative hub... the area is still a little grungy, but safe."
Streetscapes In Chippendale: Warehouses and Terrace Houses
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Carly Earl grew up in the bush before moving to Sydney to pursue photography. She is a photojournalist for News Ltd, shooting features and front covers for publications, but still finds time for a range of freelance projects. Carly has developed a natural style to her imagery that captures the essence of the subject in a unique way. She loved discovering a new side of Sydney while exploring her suburbs for Airbnb.