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Walk One: Central Station to Crown Street circuit
Overview: From Central Station exit at the corner of Devonshire and Chalmers Streets, walk up Devonshire to Crown St and around through Bourke and South Downing St and down Fitzroy and Foveaux to Central Station Eddie Avenue. Markets are held on the first Saturday of each month in Shannon Park corner Crown and Foveaux Sts.
Start at the Central Station rear exit at the cnr of Devonshire St and Chalmers St. Walk up Devonshire St and you will find the Spirit Level Gallery, then continue up to Orson & Blake Gallery.
Spirit Level 194 Devonshire St, Surry Hills, ph 8399 0660
Orson & Blake 483 Riley St, (cnr Devonshire St), Surry Hills, ph 8399 2525
email: email@example.com The gallery is towards the back corner of the shop.
Continue up Devonshire St to the Crown St intersection. Turn right and walk down Crown Street towards Cleveland St to the next gallery. As you wander down Crown St, absorb the variety of commercial enterprises from
brick-a-brack, to sophisticated lighting to antique and modern ceramic tiles and relax in one of the many cafes along the way.
Jumoke Gallery 525 Crown St Surry Hills ph 9699 4565. Exquisite items including, French style furniture, Persian rugs, silver jewellery, bric-a-brac, chandeliers, crystal lights and Moroccan bowls.
Sacha Gallery 497 Crown St Surry Hills Mobile 0412 000 117.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Replica Oils.
Cross the road and walk back along Crown St to the corner of Devonshire again. Turn right at the fabulous and friendly Rustic Cafe for the next gallery on Devonshire St.
Ray Hughes Gallery 270 Devonshire St Surry Hills ph 9698 3200
Continue down Devonshire St and turn left into Bourke St, walk down and turn left into Davies St and left into Raper St. Here, you will find the Brett Whiteley Studio complete with current exhibition, an open portion of his workspace, various literature, and watch videos of his life in a relaxed atmosphere.
Brett Whiteley Studio 2 Raper St Surry Hills ph 9225 1881. Hours Sat-Sun 10am-4pm.
More information from NSW Art Gallery
The Brett Whiteley Studio was his workplace and home and you can experience his studio with his unfinished paintings, art equipment, collections of reference books. The gallery has changing exhibitions of his work.
Return to Bourke St (exit and turn right out of the Brett Whiteley Gallery, right into Davies St). Walk along Bourke St and consider a coffee at the fabulous Cafe Niki (corner with Nobbs St) or il
Baretto. One street past il Baretto on the left you will find a small antique shop.
Things 4 U 547 Bourke St Surry Hills ph 9331 4104 Tue-Sun 11am-6pm. An eclectic blend of collectables from the past 100 years or so.
Turn right from Bourke St into Phelps St and walk up to South Dowling St. Turn left to access the Antique Centre which has dealers' stalls for a wide variety of antique items and many objects of delight.
Sydney Antique Centre 531 South Dowling St Surry Hills ph 9361 3244.
More than 60 dealers stock a huge variety of quality antiquities, furniture, silver, lights, clocks, jewellery, rugs, porcelain, ceramics, glassware, paintings, orientalia etc. A nice little cafe to relax in, too.
Walk up the rise and left into McEhlone Pl where residents contribute to the lush beauty of their dwellings and surroundings and you'll have a chance to pat a cat. Walk to the end of the street and turn right at "The Foundry" into Marshall St and walk a few metres to the end where the next gallery is in front of you in Fitzroy St, then head left back towards Crown St to visit the other galleries.
Peter Naef Framing & Gallery 90 Fitzroy St Surry Hills ph 9332 4991
Alta Gallery 69 Fitzroy St Surry Hills ph 9360 0720
Continue down Fitzroy St passing bric-a-brac stores, cafes and across Bourke St. Fitzroy St now curves into Foveaux St. Pass Aero Furniture on the left and on the opposite side of the road you will find exquisite pieces of furniture. Once you reach Crown St turn left and wander down Crown St to Devonshire St on one side and return on the other side back to the corner of Crown and Foveaux St. Along the way you will pass restaurants including the MG Garage, Fuel Bistro and Clock Hotel, clothing boutiques, furniture galleries, interiors, ceramic tiles, which include the following:
Seminyak 540 Crown St Surry Hills ph 9690 0677
Luxurious soft furnishings, manchester, womens' silk clothing.
Mondo Luce 439 Crown St Surry Hills ph 9690 2667
email: email@example.com Elegant contemporary lighting including a range of Venitian Murano glass lighting.
Mrs Red and sons 427 Crown St Surry Hills ph 9310 4860. Tues-Fri 11am-6pm Sat 11am-5pm. A tranquil space of Asian interior objects.
Planet Furniture 419 Crown St Surry Hills ph 9698 0680. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm Sun 12-4pm
Australian designed furniture, studio ceramics and fine textiles.
Chee Soon & Fitzgerald 387 Crown St, Surry Hills, Ph 9360 1031.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Interior furnishings and design objects ready made and custom made by both Australian and international designers.
Atmosphere 379 Crown St Surry Hills ph 8354 1571.
email: email@example.com A lifestyle concept store stocking Australian and international fashion accessories, gifts and interior furnishings.
On Crown St on the same side as the park and Clock Hotel, cross Foveaux St to visit the next Gallery, near Dophin Hotel
Dred Scott 416-418 Crown St, Surry Hills, Ph 9331 7543,
Hours: Tue-Fri 11am-6pm Sat-Sun 10am-4pm
Poster art and graphic designs from all spheres and countries plus art books.
Continue down Crown St and turn left into Albion St and walk down to the next street (Riley St) and turn right to visit the next gallery not far from the intersection with Reservoir St
Cafe Gallery 249 Riley St Surry Hills ph 9211 0810 Enjoy a relaxing coffee surrounded by local artists creations. Exhibitions change monthly.
Walk back up Riley Street to return to Foveaux St. Turn right and walk down the hill passing designer seconds stores to the corner of Elizabeth St, where Central Station, Eddie Avenue entrance is ahead of you.
Hope you had a fantastic day!!!