Dulwich Green

Dulwich Green is located in Dulwich Hill within Sydney’s thriving inner west, a bustling café lifestyle is right on your doorstep with easy transport connections to the city.


This area is more than a suburb, it’s a village made up of residents from diverse cultures with a strong sense of community. While many people have been living here for decades, Dulwich Hill is experiencing a new wave of young families and professionals moving to Dulwich Hill.

Dulwich Green, Dulwich Hill

Discover Stylish Urban Living



Dulwich Green is a new contemporary development of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom light-filled and spacious architecturally designed apartments set amongst lush gardens, trees and courtyards.


Located in Dulwich Hill within Sydney’s thriving inner west, a bustling café lifestyle is right on your doorstep with easy
transport connections to the city.


Dulwich Green is made up of two main buildings set amongst substantial landscaped gardens, courtyards and trees. It’s a vibrant and contemporary residential development made of robust materials designed for low maintenance that will endure over time.


The masonry facade has been designed to connect with Dulwich Hill’s twentieth century architecture and masonry heritage of the inner west.

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A Green Space to Unwind

Step inside Dulwich Green’s lush gardens and courtyards and you’re greeted by a sense of tranquility. Hidden seating pods set amongst the gardens are designed to catch the sun and provide residents with a place to relax and unwind. Apartments overlook the extensive landscaped central courtyard filled with a variety of stunning plants and trees.

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Area Overview

The Best the Inner West Has to Offer

Dulwich Hill is fast becoming one of Sydney’s property hotspots.




Outdoor lifestyle and recreation are part of life in Dulwich Hill. While the area has transformed from its earlier days of orchards, market gardens and nurseries, a selection of parks and gardens still remains.


Cycleways stretch along the Cooks River up to Ewen Park, Yeo Park, Johnson Park and Arlington Reserve are all within walking distance from Dulwich Green.




There are plenty of options when deciding on your children’s education. In Dulwich Hill there is a selection of day-care and kindergartens to choose from.


There are four primary schools and a great selection of secondary schools both private and public, including Dulwich Hill’s renowned Dulwich High School of Visual Arts, Trinity Grammar, Newington College and Fort Street High School.


Major universities, Sydney University and University of Technology Sydney (UTS) are easily accessible within 30 minutes by public transport.

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In And Around Dulwich Hill

Just choose how you want to get there and you can reach the city and your inner west neighbours by public transport within minutes.





Located 11 km from the city centre and with multiple transport options, getting around is easy. You can be in the CBD within 20 minutes from Hurlstone Park Station (7 minutes walk).


The light rail Dulwich Grove station is just 10 minutes walk from Dulwich Green, which stops at Leichardt and the Sydney Fish Markets and takes you right to Haymarket/Central in 35 minutes.


The NSW Government recently announced the Bankstown Line will be upgraded as part of Sydney Metro. By 2019 there will be a train every 4 minutes in peak hour. See sydneymetro.info for more information.




Cycling is becoming increasingly popular, not only for exercise but also as a form of commuter transport. Marrickville Council has regenerated Camperdown to Cooks River cycle paths so locals can enjoy cycling for leisure and commuting.




Leading hospitals Prince of Wales, Royal Hospital for Women and Canterbury Hospital are close by. Sydney Kingsford Smith Domestic and International Airports are accessible within 30 minutes from Dulwich Green.

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Be Part of Something New and Old

Dulwich Hill retains a charming old world simplicity and embraces newcomers with open arms.





Dulwich Hill is a village made up of residents from diverse cultures with a strong sense of community. While many people have been living here for decades, Dulwich Hill is experiencing a revival with many new faces calling Dulwich Hill home.




Be part of the stylish and hip inner west scene. Surrounded by the lively and dynamic inner city suburbs of Newtown, Marrickville, Enmore, Petersham, and Summer Hill, you won’t need to go far to immerse yourself in entertainment, art, culture and parks.


The inner west is filled with fabulous and unique retail shops, cafés, restaurants as well as cinemas, bars, music, entertainment venues and markets.

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Meet the Neighbours

While a great many of its shopkeepers have been here for decades, a diverse range of new businesses are opening their doors in Dulwich Hill.

“The community spirit is second to none. I have never experienced anything like it. You truly have a village atmosphere, with all the benefits of inner city living. We love it.”

Dulwich Hill Resident – HG homely.com.au





The intersection of New Canterbury Road and Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill is fast becoming a popular choice for a range of new and diverse retailers and eateries.


Neighbouring shopping strips in Summer Hill, Marrickville, Petersham and Leichardt are just minutes away.





You’ll never have to go far to reach your morning coffee or afternoon piccolo.


With over 16 cafés in Dulwich Hill alone, your options are boundless. Dulwich Hill’s ethnic diversity is reflected in its restaurants and food shops, where you can enjoy excellent food from Greek, Middle Eastern, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese and Vietnamese establishments.





Dulwich Hill is teeming with local culinary gems selling fresh produce, with an abundance of great food providores and some of the best baklava in the inner west.





When it comes to shopping at markets for great produce at great prices, you have so many options. Choose from the famous Marrickville Organic Food and Farmers Markets, Eveleigh Organic Farmers Market at Carriage Works, Sydney Flower and Produce  Market in Flemington and the Sydney Fish Markets.

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Apartment Design

A Contemporary Home With Space And Light

Dulwich Green has been designed for easy living where you can enjoy indoor and outdoor living all year round.





Apartments are light filled and north facing with generous proportions, high ceilings and extensive cross ventilation. Each apartment consists of open plan living and dining areas that extend onto a generous balcony. With high quality open plan kitchens, European appliances, entertaining at home will be a delight. All apartments have ducted air conditioning along with generous storage areas.




Many apartments are north facing, with unique views of the city’s iconic CBD skyline. Other apartments provide extensive district views over the tree canopy of Dulwich Hill and to Botany Bay and the Blue Mountains.

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Floor Plates

Floor Plans

The Team

An Outstanding Project Team

Haralambis Group together with architects Candalepas Associates and landscape architects ASPECT Studios form an impressive team with superior expertise, skill and knowledge. Together they have delivered residential buildings that are sought after and valued as both homes and investments.

Past Haralambis Project: DENODE – 38 Waterloo St Surry Hills.

DEVELOPER / BUILDER – Haralambis Group


Haralambis Group is a Sydney based developer with 20 years of design and construction experience. 


Haralambis Group specialise in creating timeles residential developments that are well-designed, functional and low maintenance.


Importantly, they are homes that complement and enhance the local area with an emphasis on the environment and efficiency.



PINDARI – Randwick

ARCHITECTS – Candalepas Associates


Established in 1999, Candalepas Associates is led by Principal and Architect Angelo Candalepas. They are an award-winning design practice with a wide range of experience, encompassing architecture, urban design, planning and interior design.


PAST AWARDS – 2011 Awards for deNode, Surry Hills


• Frederick Romberg Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing
• Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), (National Chapter)
• Aaron Bolot Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing
• Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter)- 2008 Awards for Lamia, Marrickville
• Jury Commendation for Multiple Housing, (AIA); (NSW Chapter)



RHODES LOT 10 ELINYA – Rhodes, Sydney NSW



ASPECT Studios promotes a culture of excellence and passion.


Constant change drives them to actively expand in new directions. Their practice has considerable expertise in the design and delivery of mixed-use development projects at a range of scales that encourage community engagement in a relaxed and private setting. ASPECT Studios design places where people want to be.



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