Compare Sydney Suburbs

Darlinghurst Vibe

Darlinghurst is a vibrant and eclectic suburb that pulses with energy. Known for its bohemian charm, it attracts a diverse mix of artists, hipsters, and professionals. The streets are lined with trendy cafés, boutique stores, and buzzing bars, making it a popular destination for those seeking a lively nightlife scene. Darlinghurst is also home to a thriving LGBTQ+ community, with its iconic Oxford Street hosting colourful parades during the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. The suburb's unique blend of creativity, cultural diversity, and inner-city convenience make it a truly captivating place to explore.

Haymarket Vibe

Haymarket, located in Sydney's bustling city center, is a vibrant and multicultural suburb that hums with energy day and night. Known for its vibrant Chinatown, the area is a sensory delight, with mouthwatering street food, Asian supermarkets, and bustling markets offering a myriad of cultural experiences. The streets of Haymarket come alive with the colours, smells, and sounds of various cuisines, creating a lively and dynamic atmosphere. The suburb's proximity to universities and institutions also adds a youthful and academic vibe, with students frequenting trendy cafes and bookstores. With its fusion of cultures, Haymarket offers a diverse and exciting urban experience.

House Rent

1 bedroom

500

790

2 bedrooms

925

N/A

3 bedrooms

1,295

N/A

4+ bedrooms

N/A

N/A

Any house

950

1,050

Apartment Rent

Studio

475

618

1 bedroom

675

800

2 bedrooms

950

1,200

3 bedrooms

1,475

1,800

Any apartment

718

985

House Prices

1,999,000

N/A

Apartment Prices

933,000

1,155,000

Any Property Prices

1,050,000

1,155,000

Commute to CBD

By car

12 min

13 min

Public transport

16 min

8 min

Closest Beach

Double Bay Beach

Double Bay Beach

Commute by car

9 min

13 min

Commute by public transport

29 min

36 min

Crime rate

per 100,000 people

21,048

40,790