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Haberfield is a suburb in the Inner West, and it is one of the suburbs in New South Wales, Australia.
It is known for its Italian culture. It can be seen in the local shops along Ramsay Street. There are hand-made pasta shops, traditional bakery, traditional and contemporary pastry shops, and many more Italian-influenced shops.
As stated by the 2016 ABS census, there were 6,457 people, in which 49.5% were male and 50.5% were females. There were also 1,731 families. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 0.6% of the population in Haberfield.
Richard Stanton, an early landholder, gave the name “Haberfield” after his wife`s maiden name.
Haberfield was a part of the wider area which lived people from the Darug tribe known as the Wangals or Cadigals from the Eora nation.
One of the most notable landmarks is Yasma. Once known as Yasmar Hostel, the building was built circa 1870.
Richard Murden Reserve is an excellent place to do lots of outdoor activities. They offer tennis courts, coffee shops, barbecue facilities, and many more. And if you do not feel engaging with these activities, you can relax under a shade while reading a book. Parking your car is not a problem, because they offer spacious parking areas, too. It is a well-maintained park for everyone.
Robson Park is a lovely place to spend your free time with your loved ones. Your kids will love the playground and an amazing view.
Algie Park is a pleasant place to read a book and long walks. You could also play football here.
Haberfield has three primary schools; Haberfield Public School, Dobroyd Point Public School, and St Joan of Arc Catholic School. Your kids will love these schools as they have the most caring staff and great learning facilities.