The Sydney Chinatown is found in Haymarket, between Darling Harbor and the city’s Central Station. It is the largest Chinatown of all Australia.
It is a place that shows Asian culture in all its splendor. Like all Chinatown has many oriental restaurants, serving meals from China, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, etc., street food stalls with low prices, massages and typical Chinese stores where you can buy all kinds of things.
You will also be able to find many shops of all kinds: clothes, videos of Chinese films, even hairdressers. You will be able to see street shows and eat delicious food, such as noodles or the delicious Chinese rice that is offered until late at night.
It also highlights its architecture, which is oriental style and with lamps flanking the streets.
In Dixon street there is a market considered as the heart of the Sydney Chinatown, bounded by two “paifangs” or arches. In this market you will be able to buy medicinal herbs, clothes and exotic foods.
In Sydney’s Chinatown, the Chinese New Year It is a celebration that takes place over three weeks in February and is one of the most spectacular presentations outside Asia.
You can enter for free. It is 15 minutes away from the Central Station.