Crows Nest the Suburb

Crows Nest is a fascinating suburb, known as much for its buzzing dining scene as it is for its quiet, leafy back streets.

A suburb that
defies definition

With a diverse range of shop, bars, cafes and restaurants, Crows Nest is a popular destination for dining and shopping on the lower north shore. For businesses in the area, there’s a thriving sense of community, camaraderie and support – and they’re ready to embrace the opportunities ahead.

The Address

Broadening A
community

Hume Place sits on the edge of Crows Nest, spread over three sites along the Pacific Highway and Hume Street. Located over the new Crows Nest Metro station, Hume Place will bring new opportunities to the area, with residential housing, wellness facilities, outdoor dining, retail and green spaces.

‘Crowie’ Locals

Meet the neighbours

Expanding the community, bringing people in the area and preserving the village feel. There are plenty of reasons local businesses are getting excited about Hume Place. For the last 30 years, Crows Nest Mainstreet has been supporting businesses in the Crows Nest community.

The community advocacy group has seen the suburb grow and thrive, and now Mainstreet directors Anthony and JoEllen are looking forward to a new chapter of connectivity once the Metro and Hume Place are completed.

A precinct
for everyone

“I think when Hume Place is finished, Crows Nest will be an amazingly popular place to have a business or live.”

JoEllen Henderson, Designer

“I feel developing over the station will be good for the environment because it means fewer people will need cars, and you’ll get fewer people on the roads. I think it will help the village retain its feel.”

Anthony Melinz, Architect
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Evolution of Crows Nest

Where the north
shore meets
Surry Hills

With a growing and diverse range of dining and lifestyle options, Crows Nest is on the edge of a new era. From award-winning cold brew to cutting-edge cycle classes, some of the city’s most exciting businesses choose to call Crows Nest home.

Putting Crows Nest on the map

Crows Nest Metro

The Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project, set to transform how Sydneysiders travel within the city. As one of six new stations approved for Sydney City Metro & Southwest, Crows Nest Metro is currently under construction and due to open in 2024.

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Win the 'Best of the Nest'

View full Competition

Win 1 of 3
prize packs
worth $10k

Top 3 – Xenos – KX Pilates – Annata – City Cave – Cycle Bar – Knird – The Fox Trot – The Stoned Crow – Salmon & Bear – The Essential Ingredient – The Hayberry – The Crow Bar – Garfish – Yakitori Yurippi – Turka – Double Cross – Only Coffee AND MANY MORE

Enter for your chance to win one of three incredible prize packs valued at $10,000 each!
The promoter of Best of the Nest is Thirdi Property Pty Ltd. Trade promotion authority: TP/03007. The competition commences at 8 a.m. EDST on 15 October 2023 and concludes at 11:59 p.m. EDST, on 3 December 2023. This competition is open to entrants over the age of 18 who submit an entry via the online form on www.humeplace.com.au/bestofthenest throughout the promotion period. Employees of the Promoter or their family members or anyone else connected in any way with the competition or helping to set up the competition shall not be permitted to enter the competition. Strictly one entry per person. Three winners will be drawn at random on 4 December. Winners will be notified via email and posted on the Thirdi Group Facebook Page and Instagram Page. By entering the competition you agree to the full terms and conditions, which can be found at www.humeplace.com.au/bestofthenest. For Full Terms and Conditions please click here

Brought to you by Hume Place, the proud principal sponsor of Crows Nest Fest. Indulge in the best the Nest has to offer. Don’t miss out on your shot at winning!