small, Crows Nest has a commanding presence. A village with a multicultural
café and dining scene, a bustling commercial hub and quiet backstreets lined
with cosy cottages – Crows Nest has a vibrancy that is equally charming and
A bustling and vibrant neighbourhood, Crows Nest is an
expanding shopping district and boasts a café and dining scene that dishes up
flavours from around the world. Crows Nest services the locals and business
people who love to network over a long lunch.
Crows Nest village sits serenely in the middle of major
traffic arteries that connect this neighbourhood to major hubs – Chatswood,
North Sydney and Sydney’s CBD. Willoughby Road cuts through the village with
its alfresco dining and intimate green space that playful kids can enjoy and
pop-up markets that are held once a month.
Crows Nest is home to Sydney’s largest basketball
association, with a membership in excess of 5,000. Come basketball season, the
streets are filled with budding LeBron James and Lauren Jacksons.
The commercial hub pulls people to the area mid-week, as do
the selective schools that keep topping the charts in the Higher School
Certificate. Crows Nest TAFE educates early childhood carers and hospitality
Unlike its neighbours, Crows Nest doesn’t have
sweeping harbour views, but what it lacks in water access, it makes up for with
an irresistible village charm – and you are on the edge of Sydney’s world-class
as one of Sydney’s most liveable suburbs, Crows Nest has a network of quiet
streets that lie off the main commercial hub. Small cottages, duplexes and
terrace houses can be found on small blocks of land along Burlington, Ernest,
Holtermann and Chandos Streets. A number of apartment buildings sit around
Oxley Street, with more in the pipeline.