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  1. Kensington Street

    Kensington Street is at the heart of Sydney’s new, emerging downtown. Situated on the city side of Central Park, just off Broadway on the eastern fringe of Chippendale, Kensington Street is fast becoming a rendezvous point. Asia has set …

  2. Seymour Centre

    Located in the heart of the University of Sydney, the Seymour Centre’s curated programs celebrate the connection between great ideas and great performance. The Seymour presents a diverse range of contemporary performing arts, hosts major S…

  3. Pine Street Gallery

    Focusing on the local arts, the Pine Street Creative Arts Centre is an inner-city gallery and teaching space steps from the city centre. The Chippendale art space emphasizes innovative and progressive arts and features a blend of scheduled …

  4. Spice Alley at Kensington Street

    Spice Alley at Kensington Street is home to the Kopi-Tiam – four hawker-style diners under glowing lantern ceilings. Bordered by two small restaurants, this laneway meanders through the landscape of Asian cuisine from Singapore, Malaysia, J…

  5. Fusion Palate

    Fusion Palate is a pioneer of the culinary scene. They aim to analyse the techniques, flavours and aromatics of different cuisines around the world and determine what makes them tick. Then they incorporate all these elements onto a plate so…

  6. Galerie Pompom

    Nestled into a space in the heart of the Chippendale Arts Precinct, Galerie Pompom is a commercial gallery aiming to develop some of the city's best artists. The gallery was established in March 2012 by Ron and George Adams, who have been r…

  7. MOP

    A 10-year-old artist-run initiative, and one of the first of its kind in the city, MOP features predominately young and emerging artists as well as established and mid-career artists who resist commercial representation. Curated by a volunt…

  8. Japan Foundation Gallery

    The Japan Foundation Gallery is dedicated to connecting audiences in Australia to Japanese culture through the arts. Showcasing art works by Japanese and Australian artists alike, exhibitions range from traditional to contemporary art and a…

  9. Automata

    Automata is Head Chef Clayton Wells' first solo restaurant, bringing a movable approach to a frequently changing five-course menu. Components stem from Clayton’s varied background at some of Australia and Europe’s dining institutions. Menus…

  10. Barefoot Downunder

    Barefoot Downunder is a passionate young husband and wife tour operator providing adventure day trips, private tours, study abroad and university excursions around Australia emphasising on hiking and the outdoors, Aussie culture and off-the…

  11. White Rabbit Gallery

    A short walk from Central Station, the White Rabbit Gallery presents four floors of vibrantly, original, though-provoking art. The work of at least 35 artists is on show at any one time including painting, photography, sculpture, video art,…

  12. Central Park

    To achieve such a design as ambitious as Central Park, the project relied on pure collaboration between developers, designers, engineers, artists and the community. Architects and designers from Sydney, London, Paris and Copenhagen have un…