How would you rate campsie for young professionals?

I and my wife are looking for a place that is between CBD and Granville. We like to go for evening strolls and chill at a coffee shop.
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jeane2 Oct 12, 2020
Rhodes is a better option. Campsie doesn’t have many good cafes, there’s only one decent one in clemton park village
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Adriana Verdino Jun 09, 2020
I would be suggesting Belfield, Belmore, Burwood and or Concord as good suburbs for your requirements.
As they have walking paths so that you can take a stroll and a variety of different restaurants, cafes and eateries.
If you were looking for somewhere along the light rail line you could consider Dulwich Hill.

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aj5 May 03, 2020
It's great for young professionals as it's only 20-30 minutes from the city. There are cafes in Campsie and Belmore and many interesting food options for takeaway as well as fresh produce.
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For coffee shops, you should look for inner west suburbs such as Dulwich Hill, Marrickville. Personally Campsie does not have much decent cafes.
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