Alexandria and Rosebery

Highlights

From beautifully restored warehouses filled with tasty delights to taking control of a jetfighter or airliner at Jet Flight Simulator, Alexandria and Rosebery offer wonderful experiences. The kids will love a trip to Sky Zone, where they can play on trampolines and you can try indoor rock climbing.

  • Archie Rose Distillery, Rosebery
  • Grounds of Alexandria, Alexandria. Image credit: Lucy MacLeish Photography

About Alexandria and Rosebery

An eclectic mix of revitalised warehouses and charming terrace houses, Alexandria and Rosebery offer delicious food and fun adventure. In these inner Sydney neighbourhoods you can take the controls of an F/A-18 Super Hornet at Jet Flight Simulator and enjoy indoor climbing at Sky Zone.

Cannery Rosebery is a rejuvenated heritage warehouse and contains all manner of gourmet delights and interior design boutiques. Treat your sensors at Saporium, browse design shops, and discover how spirits are crafted on a tour of Archie Rose Distillery, an independent distillery with a cool bar.

Archie Rose Distillery, Rosebery

The Grounds of Alexandria is an institution, with a beautiful kitchen garden, house-baked bread and house-roasted coffee, and a small population of farm animals in residence. Some of the best coffee in the area can also be found at Mecca Alexandria, perfect for a scrumptious breakfast and lunch.

Grandma’s at McEvoy is in a warehouse beautifully renovated in a 1970s style and open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Homely meals are specialty of Grandma’s. You’ll find other moreish restaurants and cafes, including Meet Gerard and the Parkview Hotel, first built in 1898.

The Grounds of Alexandria, Inner Sydney

Getting to these lovely neighbourhoods is easy by public transport. For Jet Flight Simulator, take a train from Town Hall in the city centre and alight at Green Square for a short walk to the centre. Mascot Station is the closest to Sky Zone, where the kids will love bouncing on the trampolines.