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Nature's Energy Natural Therapies Centre & Day Spa

105 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037

Nature's Energy Natural Therapies Centre & Day Spa

With two centres - one in Glebe and one in Balmain - Nature's Energy offers a wide variety of natural therapies including massage, chiropractic, homoeopathy, naturopathy, natural beauty, organic hair colour, acupuncture and more. Nature's Energy also has a retail section where the focus is on selling body and skin care products that are based on natural ingredients and free from parabens and sulphates.
The Philosophy of Nature's Energy Natural Therapies Centre & Day Spa:

We are given the ‘Bean’ by Mother Nature whose energy promotes evolution, enrichment and tranquility. The Bean represents to us, the life force of nature and sums up Nature’s Energy’s holistic approach to the care and commitment given to our clients.

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The Little Guy Glebe

87 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037

The little guy, your friendly local in Glebe. A comfortable social environment where friends can meet, strangers can become friends and where neighbours are The Little Guy's best customers. Come on down for some beers and banter, live music or book a space for your next shindig. Open Mic from 7.30pm on Tuesdays. Live music from 7pm Wednesdays, 8pm Thursdays, and 6pm on Sundays.

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The Nags Head Hotel

162 St Johns Road, Glebe NSW 2037

Join the Nags Head for a meal at their award winning Stables Bistro set in the beautiful hotel. A traditional Old English style pub just minutes away from the central business district, rich in character and history. The friendly staff will be very happy to look after your every need.

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Glebe Markets

Glebe Public School, 40 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037

Everything from original design clothing, pre-loved attire, bric-a-brac, books and records, to arts and crafts, jewellery and hats. There are food stalls and some outdoor entertainment including bands, jugglers and acrobats. With around 200 stalls, there's a lot of stuff to wade through. And while there's a heap of junk, there is some truth in the adage that one person's rubbish is another's recycling project. Who knows, a good search may unearth a true gem - what wouldn't you give for an original Leo Sayer single, or a Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go T-shirt? Your best bet is to get there early to avoid the lunchtime and early afternoon crush. The multicultural food stalls lend the atmosphere a subliminal exotic aroma, and it won't be too long before you're tucking into samosas on the small stretch of grass and pretending, like everybody else, that you're back in Woodstock.

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Sappho Books, Cafe and Wine Bar

51 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037

With more than 30,000 books on offer in every imaginable category, including many out-of-print and hard-to-find titles, Sappho Books, Cafe and Wine Bar has something for every reader. The Glebe bookshop treats customers to cafe goods by day, and wine and tapas by night. The store features two levels of browsing space and also buys and sells used books. There is an excellent travel section too. The cafe serves fresh and delicious food with many vegetarian and vegan options all served in the verdant garden courtyard. At night this comes alive as the wine and tapas bar kicks off, often with live music. The wine list is interesting and carefully chosen, the cocktails have funky literary names and there is a good selection of boutique beers. Tapas in this case are international in their inspiration. Warm and inviting atmosphere - a perfect place for a leisurely enjoyable night.

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Gleebooks

49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037

Gleebooks is the 2008 Independent Bookseller of the Year, and has over 30 years experience stocking a huge range of books, journals and periodicals, music and DVDs. It has an active lecture and book talks program, hosting both Australian and international writers upstairs over wine and cheese at 49 Glebe Point Road. Gleebooks has a diverse range of specialist DVDs including mainstream film and music titles, arthouse and hard-to-find cinema classics.

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Glass Artists Gallery

68 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037

The Glass Artists' Gallery is Australia's foremost contemporary glass gallery. Established in 1982 by artist/educator Maureen Cahill, the Gallery promotes diverse and unique works by Australian and New Zealand artists both nationally and internationally. Nationally, Maureen Cahill co-founded the Ranamok Glass Prize; awarded annually, this prize has gained international recognition as a major contemporary glass prize. Internationally, the Gallery has exhibited since 1991 in major events in Chicago, New York, Singapore and London.

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Harold Park Hotel

70A Ross St, Glebe NSW 2037

The Harold Park Hotel is located in the inner west of Sydney, in the suburb of Glebe, directly opposite the landmark Harold Park Raceway. The Bistro at the Harold Park Hotel has everything from snacks, bar food, kids, and desserts on our seasonal a la carte menu. We also have daily specials, and on Sundays we do a traditional roast - just the way your mum makes it! Arturo Osuna and the team in the kitchen want you to feel at home, seven lunches, seven dinners and all day Saturday and Sunday.

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The Little Guy Glebe

87 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037
The little guy, your friendly local in Glebe. A comfortable social environment where friends can meet, strangers can become friends and where neighbours are The Little Guy's best customers. Come on down for some beers and banter, live music or book a space for your next shindig. Trivia from 7pm on Mondays. Open Mic from 7pm on Tuesdays. Live music from 7pm Wednesdays, 8pm Thursdays, and 6pm on Sundays.
Glebe Markets Logo and Images

Glebe Markets

46 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe , Glebe NSW 2037
Everything from original design clothing, pre-loved attire, bric-a-brac, books and records, to arts and crafts, jewellery and hats. There are food stalls and some outdoor entertainment including bands, jugglers and acrobats. With around 200 stalls, there's a lot of stuff to wade through. And while there's a heap of junk, there is some truth in the adage that one person's rubbish is another's recycling project. Who knows, a good search may unearth a true gem - what wouldn't you give for an original Leo Sayer single, or a Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go T-shirt? Your best bet is to get there early to avoid the lunchtime and early afternoon crush. The multicultural food stalls lend the atmosphere a subliminal exotic aroma, and it won't be too long before you're tucking into samosas on the small stretch of grass and pretending, like everybody else, that you're back in Woodstock.
Sappho Books, Cafe and Wine Bar Logo and Images

Sappho Books, Cafe and Wine Bar

51 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037
With more than 30,000 books on offer in every imaginable category, including many out-of-print and hard-to-find titles, Sappho Books, Cafe and Wine Bar has something for every reader. The Glebe bookshop treats customers to cafe goods by day, and wine and tapas by night. The store features two levels of browsing space and also buys and sells used books. There's also an excellent travel section. The cafe serves fresh and delicious food with many vegetarian and vegan options, all served in the verdant garden courtyard. At night this comes alive as the wine and tapas bar kicks off, often with live music. The wine list is interesting and carefully chosen, the cocktails have funky literary names, and there is a good selection of both regular affordable and craft beers. Tapas in this case are international in their inspiration. Warm, inviting atmosphere - a perfect place for a leisurely enjoyable night.

Glass Artists Gallery

68 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037
The Glass Artists' Gallery is Australia's foremost contemporary glass gallery. Established in 1982 by artist/educator Maureen Cahill, the Gallery promotes diverse and unique works by Australian and New Zealand artists both nationally and internationally. Nationally, Maureen Cahill co-founded the Ranamok Glass Prize; awarded annually, this prize has gained international recognition as a major contemporary glass prize. Internationally, the Gallery has exhibited since 1991 in major events in Chicago, New York, Singapore and London....
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Glebe Point YHA Sydney

262 -264 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037
Glebe Point YHA offers a relaxing alternative for your Sydney stay. This friendly, comfortable YHA has helpful local staff who organise barbecues and activities regularly. The large rooftop terrace has great city views, a barbecue area, hammocks and sun lounges to unwind and socialise. Now with free Wi-Fi hot spot for guests, premium Wi-Fi Plus also available. Enjoy the television and video room, games area with pool table, the fully-equipped kitchen and dining room, fast wireless internet, cable television, and games. Great for long-term accommodation, the YHA also has a jobs board, car sales noticeboard, tour desk, luggage storage, and regular activities. Hand basins in all rooms. The heart of Sydney city, Darling Harbour and Sydney University are within walking distance or catch the bus or light rail (10 minutes) to the city. ...
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Secret Sydney Walking Tours

105 Ferry Road, Glebe NSW 2037
Sydney's world-famous attractions are hard to miss — the Opera House and Harbour Bridge could hardly be called secret. How would you like to see some of Sydney's less well-known places? Where in Sydney could you find a Taoist temple or discover that Sydney once had more trams than Melbourne? Join this tour to find out. This guided walking tour follows the paths and parks adjacent to Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay (part of Sydney's inner-city Bays Precinct). Starting at the Jubilee Park light rail station, for much of the walk you'll follow the Glebe foreshore walking path. One of the few places in Sydney with unobstructed public access to the foreshore, this path offers unique views of the Sydney central business district, and Anzac Bridge (with glimpses of the Sydney Harbour Bridge too). Stopping regularly to discuss points of interest, this tour is sure to offer a few surprises. The tour ends near the Sydney Fish Market so you may want to plan a fresh seafood lunch. As a bonus you'll find the tour route is a beautiful, relaxing walk that's rich in flora and fauna....