My Sydney Weekender with Sally Bowrey

It’s one of those Sydney suburbs that everyone’s been past, but not everyone’s been to. It’s Glebe, a gem of Sydney’s inner city, and it’s the childhood home of Weekend Sunrise’s Sally Bowrey.

We take a stroll down Glebe Point Road with Sally to stop at Galluzzo Fruit Market. The Galuzzo family have been serving the Glebe community from this shopfront since 1934, and now not only will you find the best quality fruit and veg that money can buy, but also a fully-fledged deli counter and even a separate cheese room.

A couple of doors down is the original Sonoma Bakery, first opened in 2002 and now well and truly established as a Glebe institution. Here they serve their specialty sourdoughs – the miche and the mission, and much much more. Cakes, pastries, sandwiches and great coffee is all on offer.

And afterwards we take a walk to the end of Glebe Point to Bicentennial Park, and see how the once working harbour site is transforming into a beautiful foreshore.

Come and see Sally Bowrey’s Glebe. It looks beautiful and tastes delicious.

Galluzzo Fruiterers

Sonoma Bakery