Self-guided walks in Glebe NSW 2037 Australia

Explore the many facets of our fascinating and historic suburb of Glebe with this set of self-guided walks. A great guide for visitors, and new insights for residents

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How to get to Glebe

Glebe is an inner-west suburb of Sydney, easily accessible by public transport.

How to get to Glebe

431 Bus to Glebe Point


  • 431 (Glebe Point). From Elizabeth St, Martin Place in the City. Travels the length of Glebe Point Rd.
  • 433 (Balmain). From Pitt St at Central, turning off Glebe Point Rd at Wigram Rd. From Balmain, it starts at Gladstone Park.
  • 370 (Coogee – Glebe Point). From Coogee through Randwick, Kensington and Newtown. Travels the length of Glebe Point Rd.
  • 469 (Leichhardt Marketplace – Forest Lodge). From Leichhardt through Annandale, Forest Lodge and to Glebe Point Rd.

You can plan your bus trip to Glebe using the Transport Info website at


Metro Light Rail

The Metro Light Rail also has two stops in Glebe -the Glebe stop, near Bridge Rd and the Jubilee Park stop at Glebe Point.

Blackwawttle Bay Ferry


The ferry trip is a delightful 13-minute ride between Blackwattle Bay, Glebe and Barangaroo. The service is mostly every half hour, seven days a week. Blackwattle Bay Wharf is located at the bottom of Leichhardt Street in Glebe and just below Bellevue Cottage.

The ferry service (F10) is still a trial and is currently not part of the Opal system, so the fare is paid by credit or debit card.

Visit Transport for NSW for PDF timetable and Route map.

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