Want to know where Sydney hides away it's best coffee haunts and breakfast spots? Are you a vintage clothes hunter or décor hobbyist looking for new spoils? Then join this tour in the lively Surry Hills. Surry Hills is the spiritual middle-child of Sydney’s East meeting West. The suburb keeps the Inner West’s enthusiasm for contemporary conceptual and illustrated art, yet takes everything off the street into the litter of boutique galleries that wreath Crown and Devonshire Street. A gathering place for hipsters, suits and youths, the hub keeps its tastes for mixing high and low, with drinks and dining establishments ranging from modern Aussie to taking cues from the streets of South-East Asia.
Surry Hills can be described as the “spiritual middle child” of Sydney’s East meets West. Discover this unique community on a 3-hour walking tour of the area, complete with a private guide for you and your group.
Set out to discover this lively and affluent inner city neighborhood, known for its many vintage boutiques, cafes and breakfast hot-spots.
Peruse an array of distinct art galleries that wreath Crown and Devonshire streets, sip a “flat white” or “long black” (Aussie coffee drinks) while admiring the local mix of hipsters and business folk and stroll among eateries ranging from modern Aussie to Southeast Asia street food.
Your tour also includes a refreshing gelato cup or cone and the option to include a light lunch.