- Our Pitt St campus is located just a few steps away from Sydney’s Chinatown, a must-visit destination where you’ll find an array of authentic Chinese restaurants, noodle shops, and dim sum eateries. Look out for the colourful Chinese lanterns and street art in the area.
- A short walk away is Darling Harbour, a picturesque waterfront precinct filled with entertainment options. You can visit the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, explore the Australian National Maritime Museum, or simply enjoy a leisurely walk along the waterfront promenade.
- For a unique shopping experience, head to Paddy’s Markets, located in Haymarket near Chinatown. This bustling market offers a wide range of goods, from fresh produce and gourmet treats to clothing, jewellery, and souvenirs. It’s a great place to find bargains and immerse yourself in the local market atmosphere.
- A short distance from 451 Pitt St, you’ll find Central Park, a modern urban development known for its striking architecture and lush green spaces. Take a leisurely walk-through Chippendale Green or visit the One Central Park building, where you can admire the vertical gardens designed by renowned artist Patrick Blanc. The area often hosts cultural events and art exhibitions.
- Sydney is home to several world-class art galleries and museums, many of which are within reach of the campus. The Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Australian Museum, and the Powerhouse Museum are all worth exploring if you have an interest in art, culture, and history.
- Venture a bit farther to discover historic landmarks like the Sydney Tower Eye, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, and St. Mary’s Cathedral. These sites offer a glimpse into Sydney’s rich history and architectural heritage.
Darling Square Library at The Exchange, levels 1 and 2, 1 Little Pier Street Haymarket