Only a short stroll away from 57, Central Station offers frequent and seamless transport to countless exiting destinations throughout Sydney and New South Wales, including Circular Quay, Sydney Olympic Park and the Blue Mountains.
Eddy Ave, Sydney
As Surry Hills’ main strip, Crown Street offers a generous selection of quirky shops, cosy cafés as well as urban bars and dance venues. Try the Clock Hotel for exquisite modern Australian pub cuisine or one of Messina’s funky ice cream flavours for a cheeky late-night dessert.
Crown Street, Surry Hills
Just moments away from 57 Hotel, you will find some of Sydney’s most coveted culinary gems. Try some modern Thai at Longrain, innovative Japanese at Tokyo Bird or indulge a juicy burger and fiery add-ons at the infamous burger hut Ze Pickle.
Surry Hills, Sydney
Enjoy a drink in the vintage atmosphere at Fonzarellis next door to 57, slurp quirky cocktails at Button Bar down the road, or travel back in time with an indie flick and a chilled beverage at the Golden Age Cinema & Bar – the choice is yours!
Surry Hills, Sydney
The pompous Capitol Theatre in Haymarket has been host to numerous prestigious global productions such as Wicked or Les Miserables, and some colourful Australian classics like Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
13 Campbell Street, Haymarket
The Belvoir Theatre harbours two of Australia’s most renowned stages, which in the past, hosted talents such as Cate Blanchett, Richard Roxburgh and others in many uniquely inspiring plays.
25 Belvoir Street, Surry Hills
The Sydney Football Stadium, known as Allianz Stadium since February 2012, in Moore Park is home to many popular sporting spectacles throughout the year and home to Australian rules football, rugby league football and rugby union.
Driver Avenue, Moore Park
Sydney Cricket Ground
As the next-door neighbour to the Allianz Stadium, the famous Sydney Cricket Ground, or SCG, most commonly hosts Test, One Day and Twenty20 cricket.
Moore Park Road, Moore Park