There's a slow but steady process of gentrification going on in Redfern. The upside? New cafes and bars and moving in on the scene – and in growing numbers.

If it's been a while since you visited Redfern, you might be in for a surprise. A good surprise, that is.

It's still got that rough-around-the-edges inner city vibe, but there's no doubt a new wave is crashing over Redfern. More bars and cafes are opening than you can keep track of. Luckily, that's where we come in.

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