National Art School
From 1841 to 1912 these sandstone buildings were Darlinghurst Gaol: writer Henry Lawson was incarcerated here several times for debt (he...
You know it’s been a rough night if you wake up in Taylor Sq – a vaguely defined paved area straddling the gay hub of Oxford St. The...
Once the residence of Alexander Green, hangman of Darlinghurst Gaol, Green Park is a cheery space during the day, but as the many...
The design lords have transformed this old corner pub into something very hip indeed. On weekends it gets packed – and incredibly noisy...
Ampersand Cafe & Bookstore
Which are better, the books or the cooks? Either way, you’re guaranteed to find a good read (30,000 books over three floors) and a good...
36b Oxford St · interesting places nearby
Verne Jewels information
Nicholas Bullough (there's no actual Verne, more's the pity) assembles the artefacts, stones, pearls and gems he purchases from around the world with an exquisite eye and a wry sense of history.