Located on one of the world’s most spectacular sites on the edge of Sydney Harbour, the Museum of Contemporary Art opened its doors to the public in November 1991. It is the home to a spectacular collection of Australian contemporary art as well as touring exhibitions by Australian and International artists.
140 George Street – website
171 William Street – website
THE FOUR IN HAND HOTEL & BAR
A great pub hidden away in the back streets of Paddington, the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon after visiting galleries. A haven for Locals, Foodies and Tourists alike. Whether you prefer a Bloody Mary with your Sunday Roast, a Schooner to watch the Rugby or Champagne and Oysters in the Dining Room.
105 Sutherland Street – website
A foundation dedicated to exhibiting work by internationally renowned artists from Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East.
16/18-20 Goodhope Street – website
An artist-run-initiative hub that supports the development of emerging and experimental artistic practice.
13-17 Riley Street – website
The world’s largest short film festival that started around 20 years ago at the Tropicana café on Victoria Street.
105 Miller Street – website
The Eathouse Diner is runned by 3 old friends, who have come together to create their dream place to eat, drink and make merry! It’s just what the slowly awakening ‘burb has been needing, a fun, eclectic restaurant in Redfern with seriously good food.
306 Chalmers Street – website
A local Redfern bar with friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere.
7 Cope Street – website
Messina asks one simple question: “How would they have made it 100 years ago?” The answer is simple – use ingredients in their raw and most natural form and make everything from scratch. That is what they do at Messina, gelato heaven in multiple locations. Salted caramel and white chocolate gelato. Need I say more?
1/241 Victoria Street , 389 Crown Street & G6/61 Hall Street – website