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Belmore is almost synonymous with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. A visit to this atmospheric neighbourhood is painted in blue in support of the beloved team. On the traditional land of the Dharug people, Belmore is a great neighbourhood to visit for their restaurants, desserts, and plenty of local pride.

Bulldogs NRL team mural of mascot Belmore NSW


If you’re arriving by train, you’ll step off onto the heritage-listed Belmore Station which has been serving the community since 1895 and is about to undergo a major upgrade. Take note of the fine brickwork and detailing that is characteristic of building designs from the 1890s.

Once you’ve arrived, the first stop for us will always be coffee. Burwood Road is filled with many popular cafes. Rust Bucket is a great spot to enjoy a sip and brunch - they do great acai. There’s also local institution Jobel’s Cafe which sits on a corner in and amongst the hustle and bustle of the main street where you might even spot a Bulldogs player enjoying a cuppa.

Take in the atmosphere of Burwood Road which reflects the multicultural community that calls this area home. Belmore has a very high Greek, Lebanese and Chinese population and it is a hub known by these communities across Sydney.

Many people travel to Belmore for the famous Souvlaki shops which are well known for being super tasty and authentic suppliers of the delicious Greek meat skewer. You’ll find Supreme Souvlakia, painted in the iconic blue of the Greek flag, and often with a long line of eager customers. An institution in the area (everyone in the Greek community knows this place), Supreme Souvlakia is not only a shop, but the owners distribute to restaurants around the state, and produce the meat from their own Australian farms. Next door, there is also Belmore Meats and Souvlakia which is another great and fresh Greek butchery.

Then there is also an array of Chinese grocers, Taiwanese milk tea stores, and the popular Hoa Hung Tofu for artisan tofu. You’ll find Lebanese sweets stores, kebab shops, and burger bars too - Burwood Road is always popping.

Another trend is the boom in acai stores across Western Sydney. Along Burwood Road you’ll find several purple acai flags outside dessert bars and cafes. Calvin’s Crepes Dessert Bar & Cafe is a great and spacious cafe dedicated to sweets. Their acai is particularly indulgent and delicious, and the crepes are loaded with toppings for a memorable treat. There’s also Mastika Gelato & Cafe which is a colourful dessert stop serving gelato as well as favourite treats like banana split, churros, and milkshakes. 

You also can’t miss the official Bulldogs Team Store selling all kinds of official merch for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. You’ll find jerseys in all shapes and styles, soft toys, balls, hats, kids' clothes, you name it!

Along the streets, you’ll also spot public artwork supporting the Bulldogs. Make sure to visit Collins Street (just off Burwood Road) and you’ll see a giant mural of seven favourite Bulldogs players painted by street artist Danny Mulyono. Just across is another work, this time of the beloved Bulldogs mascot. There’s simply no escaping Belmore’s team pride, and it’s a must-visit area for fans on game night.

The Canterbury League Club is nearby on Bridge Road and is a popular, must visit elevated dining and entertainment venue. Enter the club and be wowed by the magnificent waterfall and atrium in the spacious foyer - an excellent backdrop for your photos. For excellent Chinese dining in a pagoda style restaurant, visit The Dynasty for Yum Cha or a la carte, make sure to book on weekends as it is a very popular institution.

The Flame is a modern Australian restaurant perfect for any special occasion. With excellent service, impeccable food, and gorgeous views of the iconic gardens, this is quality dining. Of course, the club is complete with a Bulldogs Sports Bar which is aptly decorated with priceless Bulldogs memorabilia from the ages.

A day out in Belmore is uniquely, beautifully Western Sydney. We love the harmonious mixture of different cultures and cuisines along the main road, and we love how the suburb comes alive in support of their team. So, make Belmore your next WEST day trip!


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