Studded with imposing edifices, long, lean Martin Place was closed to traffic in 1971, forming a terraced pedestrian mall complete with...
As iconic in its time as the Opera House, this beautiful colonnaded Victorian palazzo (built 1874) was once Sydney’s General Post...
Above Wynyard train station is this rare wedge of downtown greenery. Surrounded by skyscrapers and spindly plane trees, it has a certain...
Ash Street Cellar
Part of the frighteningly fashionable Ivy complex, this European-flavoured wine bar in a pedestrianised lane off George St largely...
Waiters bustle about in black ties and long aprons in this très traditionnel French bistro, with Parisian subway tiles on the walls and...
L1, 330 George St · interesting places nearby
Hidden down a lane off George St, Ivy is a scarily fashionable complex of bars, restaurants, discreet lounges…even a swimming pool. It's also Sydney's most hyped venue; expect lengthy queues of suburban kids teetering on unfeasibly high heels, waiting to shed up to $40 on a Saturday for entry to Sydney's hottest club night, Pacha.