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I went to the rooftop bar with a group from work to farewell a retiring colleague. Most of the rooftop is covered and has open, half height walls.
I could not believe the number of people lighting up and choofing away on their cigarettes. Although...More
Attended a WW2 airforce squadron reunion upstairs Nice space with a pleasant balcony Bar staff personable and efficient Surprisingly $10 weekday lunches were available, despite it being a public holiday This was either a nice gesture or good business sense Either way it was appreciated...More
It is just across the street from the Central Railway Station in Sydney where all the Country and Interstate trains depart. A 5 min. walk. On the left side facing the trains departing. There is a restaurant there called "Darby's" on the 2nd floor. Wonderful...More
I love how central this place is! I've stayed here about 10 times now and I always book it as a secret hotel on last minute and it's usually a good rate, I would never pay full rate though.the staff are great, some of the...More
Australia > New South Wales > Sydney > Surry Hills
Once regarded as the traditional fashion area, Surry Hills has broadened its appeal. This neighbourhood continues to distinguish itself as a shopping destination, offering the best collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, designer brands and flagship stores in the city. Today, this area has evolved into a hub of media, design and professional services - a colourful and diverse place equally known for its
antique dealers, art galleries, cafes and pubs. Strolling down the street on a Saturday morning, you’ll see a mix of students, artists, hipsters and a few all-nighters from Oxford Street, the “Gay Capital of Sydney”. In this vibrant neighbourhood you will find bohemian chic and modern style co-existing side by side.