Annandale to Stanmore

This is a walk through two delightful inner-city suburbs, separated by one of Sydney's busiest arterial roads,  The Great Western Highway (Parramatta Road).
 
Travel by light rail to Rozelle Bay station, walk up Pritchard Street and turn left into Annandale Road. Annandale is 5 kilometres from to the CBD and a desirable suburb to live in. It's quiet, with wide streets lined with charming federation style homes. Annandale House was built in 1799 by George Johnston who arrived in Sydney with the First Fleet.
On the corner of Annandale Road and Rose Street is a fantastic historic cafe, Revolver, serving great meals and coffee.
 
Walk down Rose Street and turn right into Johnston Street. Take your time strolling along, taking in the atmosphere of the suburb. There is a lot to see.
 
Cross the Great Western Highway into Stanmore,  and continue  straight up Northumberland Avenue. Take a right at Albany Road and further on, walk through Weekley Park to Percival Road, which takes you to Stanmore Station. On the way there are many wonderful  federation homes.
 
It's a leisurely 3 kilometre walk.