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Surry Hills is a large inner-city suburb immediately southeast of Sydney's Central Business District. A vibrant and multicultural suburb with many unique and diverse pockets, Surry Hills has an exciting multi-facetted character. Its convivial street culture and buzzing nightlife make it both an attractive place to visit and a desirable place to live.
Surry Hills Farm was one of the first land grants made in the area. Major Joseph Foveaux named the property after the Surrey Hills in Surrey, England. The suburb's Foveaux Street is named in his honour. Although initially established as a farming area, much of the suburb was considered remote and 'inhospitable' due to the hilly terrain. The late 19th century saw the construction of the suburb's many terrace houses and workers' cottages. Central railway station opened in 1906 and the surrounding area in Surry Hills became known as Strawberry Hills. Light industry developed in the area in the early 20th century, particularly in the "rag trade", and still exists today. While the suburb soon became a hotspot for crime and vice, since the 1980s, the area has largely been gentrified into the cosmopolitan precinct that it is today.
Surry Hills' generous line up of bars and entertainment venues make it the perfect suburb for a pub crawl - some of its best known watering holes include the Beresford, the Clock, the Strawberry Hills Hotel, the Horse and the Dolphin hotel. And while Crown Street is the most prominent strip for wining and dining, eclectic restaurants and bars are also scattered throughout its less suspecting back streets. The Brett Whiteley Studio on Raper Street, and the Belvoir Street Theatre are some of Surry Hills' numerous cultural institutions. And while not a waterside suburb, sunbakers and swimmers flock to the recently renovated Prince Alfred Park Public Pool on weekends.
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