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Haymarket is a densely populated inner-city suburb located at the southern end of Sydney's Central Business District. The suburb contains most of Sydney's Chinatown, Thaitown and Railway Square localities. Haymarket sits adjacent to Darling Harbour and is surrounded by other inner-city suburbs including Ultimo, Chippendale and Surry Hills.
Up until the 1980s, Sydney's produce markets were based in Haymarket, but then moved to a new site at Flemington. The original markets site today exists as Paddy's Markets, which focuses primarily on discounted non-perishable goods. In the 1920s, Sydney's Chinatown moved from the Rocks to Haymarket, and when the suburb's produce markets closed, Haymarket was repurposed as a tourist-oriented Chinatown. Dixon Street was pedestrianised and the Haymarket area as a whole was restyled with a Chinese aesthetic on its streets, featuring Chinese paifang-style gates, stone lions and other Chinese-style street furniture. The Capitol Theatre was built in 1928 and is located on Campbell Street.
Central Railway Station, opened in 1906, is the largest and busiest railway station in New South Wales and its magnificent main terminal building is located in Haymarket's southeastern quarter. Paddy's Markets sit opposite Chinatown's Dixon Street, and neighbouring Sussex Street is home to Sydney's celebrated Golden Century seafood restaurant. The lush and ornamental Chinese Garden of Friendship sits adjacent to Haymarket on the corner of Pier Street and Harbour Street in Darling Harbour.
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