Elizabeth Bay House
Now dwarfed by 20th-century apartments, Colonial Secretary Alexander Macleay's elegant Greek Revival mansion was one of the finest...
These stone stairs were built in 1870 to connect spiffy Potts Point with the Woolloomooloo slums below. The steep steps run past an...
Once a sunflower-yellow symbol of all things Bohemian, this former artists’ residence is now a top-notch contemporary restaurant serving...
59 Macleay St · interesting places nearby
Yellow House information
Once a sunflower-yellow symbol of all things bohemian, this former artists’ residence was home to such cult heroes as Martin Sharp, Peter Weir, Brett Whiteley and George Gittoes. It fell on hard (er) times in the 1970s but has recently been renovated to become the slick commercial gallery Martin Browne Fine Art , showcasing contemporary Australian and New Zealand art. The cafe-providore Yellow , known for its wicked chocolate cake, is also located here.