Haberfield village remains open throughout the month of May, continuing to provide the local area with a range of food, goods and services.
Haven’t got Mothers Day sorted yet? Try Haberfield where local businesses are offering specials, discounts and free stuff to mum for Mothers Day. Though there are partial street closures, Haberfield is open for business and is even better than before because of increased parking and transport options. Keep supporting these local businesses and keep our precincts lively!
Download your Mothers Day Voucher or show it on your phone/ipad to receive a discount.
WestConnex works in the Haberfield area have led to the temporary closure of Ramsay Street between Wattle Street and Walker Avenue, however the suburb’s local shopping precinct is unperturbed by the changes. Haberfield Shopping Village remains open and accessible, and will continue to serve locals with the fabulous food, gifts and services they know and love until the roadworks are completed later in the month, weather permitting.
Ciao has devised a public transport and parking guide to help you navigate the area at the moment, so there’s no reason to miss out on a slice of your favourite ricotta cheesecake or delicious deli specialties!
All you need
From coffee and cakes to light meals, supermarket needs, prescription glasses, deli goods, cheeses, meats, wines and pharmaceutical items, all of your daily provisions are available at Haberfield Shopping Village.
Whether you’re shopping for jewellery to give for Mother’s Day, doing the Saturday morning grocery shop, or on the lookout for fresh meats and a bottle of wine to prepare for a dinner party, Ramsay Street caters to your needs. Inner Westies need look no further than Haberfield Village if you’re struck by a sweet tooth and seeking to satiate it with a scoop of gelato, or if you just want to read a copy of the morning paper with a cup of coffee before getting a hair cut or visitng the optometrist.
Haberfield’s selection of diverse restaurants serving Chinese banquets, Thai noodles, pasta and pizza make it a favourite evening dining spot, while its cafes are of local fame and provide a coffee and pastry combination that can’t be beaten.
Haberfield remains open during the roadworks, you can get there by:
Regular services for the 438, 439, L38 and L39 routes are diverted but continue to operate and serve Haberfield Village bus stops. Instead of the closed section of Ramsay Street, they currently drive through First Avenue, Arthur Street, Timbrell Drive and Dalhousie Street. The 406 route from Ashfield station and the 436 route operate as normal.
A free shuttle bus service is operating between Five Dock Shops and Haberfield Shops to replace some bus stops that are being missed by the regular 438 and 439 services. The shuttle bus operates every 10 to 20 minutes between 6am to 7pm daily.
School buses are being diverted down Waratah Street, but serve Haberfield Shopping Village as usual.
Haberfield’s close proximity to the Bay Run makes a short shop or bite to eat the perfect complement to a gentle cycle around the water.
The Marion light rail stop remains an efficient way for those in the Inner City to travel to Haberfield, with the Inner West line servicing stops that include Dulwich Hill, Lilyfield, Rozelle and Glebe. Haberfield Village is approximately eight minutes from the Marion light rail stop on foot, or three minutes by bus.
If you’re in the local area, there’s nothing like a morning stroll to get your blood pumping and enjoy the crisp Autumn sunshine. A tasty treat and delicious coffee will be waiting for you at the other end from one of Haberfield’s cafes or patisseries.
Visiting Haberfield by car is easy despite Ramsay Street’s partial closures. Plan to drive along Henley Marine Drive and up Mortley Avenue to get to Dalhousie Street instead, or take the marked detour along Parramatta Road. When exiting the precinct, motorists can take Empire Street or Bland Street off Ramsay Street to bypass the blocked section of road. See the map above for where to park.