A melting pot of cultures, Marrickville is an incredibly diverse suburb located in Sydney’s Inner West. With more than 40% of the suburb’s residents born overseas, its no surprise that the suburb celebrates its diversity throughout its community. This ranges from the abundance of restaurants that serve up cuisines from across the globe, to the regular events held at the Addison Road Community Centre, a hub that promotes culture, diversity and sustainability.
Aside from its focus on multiculturalism, Marrickville also has a thriving independent art scene, with multiple galleries, studios and theatres in the vicinity. It is also common for various artist-run initiatives to take place in this lively suburb. Furthermore, festivals such as Sydney’s Fringe Festival and Art Month Sydney often hold exhibits and walking tours here.
With such a large array of attractions, Marrickville has quickly become a popular hotspot for buying and renting property.
In order to help you decide if this suburb is your cup of tea, we’ve broken down the ins and outs of Marrickville into a neat little infographic:
*Additional information was based on data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics
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