Dulwich Hill

Great coffee, gourmet delicatessens and a laid back vibe. Dulwich Hill is an ambassador for relaxed community living.

Dulwich Hill is located 9km south-west of the Sydney CBD. 

The suburb takes its name from the area of Dulwich in London. The name Dulwich Hill appears in Sand’s Directory of 1892. It has been known by several different names prior to this. Following European settlement, it was called Petersham Hill. It later took the name Wardell’s Bush, a reference to Dr Robert Wardell, one of the area’s early landowners.

Dulwich Hill is one of the most well-connected suburbs in the Inner West. It contains multiple bus, train and light rail connections – linking to the city, Inner West and Bondi.

Dulwich Hill is a multicultural community with many Portuguese and Greek immigrants which now call Australia home.