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Strike Bowling Bar - EQ

Building 207, Entertainment Quarter, 122 Lang Road, Moore Park NSW 2021

Strike redefines the fun and age old bowling experience for the 21st century; enjoying the gourmet food and cool chic environment is just part of the hypnotic Strike experience. Picture Private Bowling Lounges, giant lane-end plasmas, on-lane special effects lighting, computerised scoring, lane-side food and beverage service, deluxe karaoke rooms, pool tables, gourmet food and deluxe bars – and that’s just to start with!

Whether it’s an impromptu night out, staff outing, client schmoozing or a Christmas party for 800 people, Strike’s focus on excellent service and building a fantastic atmosphere will guarantee you and your guests an unforgettable night. There’s no need to worry if bowling isn’t for everyone in the office, we also have deluxe bars and lounges, pool tables, karaoke rooms and interactive games.

Other Facilities Include:
12 state-of-the-art bowling lanes
Functions for 10-600 guests
3 private bowling lounges
2 deluxe bars & lounges
1 karaoke room
6 pool tables
2 function & meeting rooms

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Australian Centre for Photography

257 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021

The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) is the country\'s leading arts centre for the exhibition and publication of, and education in photo-based practice. It is also the longest running contemporary art space in Australia, with over 35 years of exhibiting experience.

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Cool Cats

Corner Avoca and Rainbow Streets, Randwick NSW 2031

Great for birthday parties or simply giving kids a treat (and take a break in our adult space while they have fun).
We also have after school care and holiday programmes - see the LOLLIPOP'S PLAYLAND site nearest you for details.
All LOLLIPOP'S PLAYLANDs offer great facilities and features including:

A large, multi-level indoor adventure playground.
Ball pools (with up to 20,000 playballs).
Merry-go-round.
Inflatable bouncy castle.
Special toddler area for young children.
Play believe and dress up area.
Educational computers.
Quiet area with books, duplo etc.
Separate party room.
Quality café serving a wide range from cappuccinos to light meals.

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Sydney Trapeze School

Building 2K 1-7 Unwins Bridge Rd, St Peters NSW 2044

Ever wondered what it feels like to fly? Or have you ever wanted to experience the rush and adrenaline of swinging eight metres above the ground and being caught mid-air? Welcome to Sydney Trapeze School, the one and only Indoor Flying Trapeze School in the heart of Sydney, offering Flying Trapeze Classes to the general public in a safe, fun and motivating environment.

The flying trapeze is the newest and most unique fitness craze, with it already popular within the American community and celebrities. It is great for all ages, shapes and sizes. The flying trapeze is a fun way to tone your upper body and core muscles as well as improve your flexibility and self confidence.

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Manhattan Superbowl

549 Gardeners Road, Mascot NSW 2020

Welcome to Manhattan Superbowl , where the fun and funk of the 60s are reborn in this one-of-a-kind entertainment venue.

Take a ride down "Route 66" and immerse yourself in the rare memorabilia, witnessing a revival of those good 'ol days. It's easy to find your way over to any of the 24 bowling alleys, latest amusement and arcade games or drinks at the Pontiac Bar The genuine 1959 Pontiac Laurentian car takes the centre stage surrounded by rare Route 66 memorabilia rekindling those colourful " Happy Days".

We have full facilities available for those with disabilities. Including bowling ball ramps and bowling balls with retractable handles, we cater for everybody's needs.

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Zen Day Spa

116-118 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Stimulating your body's innate healing abilities empowers you to take an active role in preventing and treating ill health. Working on physical and emotional factors to treat the cause as well as symptoms, natural therapies help restore and maintain your vital health and well-being.

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The Sun Herald Sydney Family Show

Building 220, 122 Lang Rd, Moore Park NSW 2021

The fabulous and fun-filled Sun Herald Sydney Family Show takes place at EQ these Easter School Holidays. From Saturday 9 - 26 April on the EQ Showring, this free entry event will be an action packed show with fun activities the whole family can enjoy.
For your chance to WIN a double rider pass (valued at $80, allowing 2 children with unlimited access to rides*) please click here


The Entertainment Quarter
The name says it all - Sydney's Entertainment Quarter satisfies all your entertainment requirements.

Whether you want to shop, dine out, catch a movie or a world-class live comedy act or just hang out with friends over a drink, EQ is the place to come to.

EQ is the ideal meeting place for the many surrounding entertainment attractions including Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Football Stadium, the green serenity of Centennial Parklands, and the legendary live music venue Hordern Pavilion.

But EQ is a major attraction in its own right. It's a shop-until-you-drop retail heaven with late night shopping seven days a week as well as the hugely popular EQ Village Markets, featuring fresh produce every Wednesday and Saturday and the EQ Village Sunday Market, featuring merchandise.

If shopping is not your thing you can catch the latest movie releases at Hoyts or Cinema Paris, hit the alley at Strike Bowling, or enjoy a laugh at Sydney's premier comedy venue, The Comedy Store, a world class, purpose built club that has played host to some of biggest names on the international comedy circuit.

Of course some people simply aren't yet sophisticated enough to appreciate casual and stylish fashion, world-class humour, fine wine, the thirst slaking beauty of a cold beer or the many culinary delights on offer at EQ. Nevertheless, children of all ages are well catered for with a children's precinct and Kidsportz for the very young ones.

There is quite literally something for everyone at EQ.

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Sydney Jewish Museum

148 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

The Sydney Jewish Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust so that these events will never be repeated.

This world-class museum challenges visitors' perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights and places the Holocaust in its historical and contemporary context.

The Governor of NSW, Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair AC, officially opened the Sydney Jewish Museum on 18 November 1992. Since its opening it has quickly become an integral part of the cultural life of Sydney, winning the 1994 Award of Distinction in the NSW Tourism Awards for Excellence, and a Commendation in the 1995 Human Rights Awards.

Housed in the historic Maccabean Hall, the Sydney Jewish Museum presents visitors with an overview of the best and worst of humanity.

The Maccabean Hall, built to commemorate NSW Jewish men and women who served in WW1 and to honour the memory of those who lost their lives, was formally opened on Armistice Day in 1923 by the universally beloved Sir John Monash.

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Bondi Markets

Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Established in 1993, the Bondi Markets are open every Sunday in the wonderful, beachfront grounds of Bondi Beach Public School.

Come to the Markets and you’ll find original designer clothing, exotic imports, hand made jewellery, arts, crafts, homewares, retro furniture, vintage clothes and so much more.

Bondi Markets are the place to find the next big thing. Keep your eye out for up and coming designers. Mix it with the locals and shop to the sights & sounds of Australia’s most famous beach.

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Eveleigh Markets

243 Wilson Street, Darlington NSW 2008

The Eveleigh Artisans’ Market is held on the first Sunday of the month from 10am to 3pm, providing a platform for emerging and contemporary independent designers, artists and makers to showcase and sell their wares directly to the public.

The boutique market experience offers people an opportunity to purchase original and highly creative handmade products

directly from the marker, while enjoying the ambience of some of Sydney’s finest heritage over a coffee, breakfast or lunch.

Each month there is a collective of over 75 stallholders, who bring to life this authentic makers market through high creative standards and quality. Each stallholder is selected for their inventive nature and creative pulse that brings a variety of creations to the Artisans' Market from the fields of art, ceramics, sculpture, sustainable design, fashion, jewellery, accessories, home wares, textiles, furniture, children’s designs and much more.

Held in the heritage Blacksmith's Workshop, the venue offers a truly inspirational all weather market to showcase a wide range of creative talent who are spurring on the evolving design, art and maker scene in Australia.

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Paddington Markets

395 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021
Every Saturday from 10am rain or shine Paddington Markets has been open since 1973
Started as a market to encourage local fashion designers, craftspeople, jewellery makers and artists, the market has over 150 unique stalls filled with creative fashion and accessories, beautiful smelling soaps and candles and pictures that inspire.
You will not find these Australian designed and crafted products in any shopping mall and many of our products are exclusive to Paddington Markets.

Take a look at our International food court or try our selection of handmade chocolates and local bread. Relax under the trees with your coffee and lunch and then buy some flowers or a bonsai to brighten up your home.
New Traders every week and live music every Saturday.
Paddington Markets is a community based market supporting local people passionate about their craft and the local community.
At Paddington Markets we believe
That people matter and their passion and creativity should be encouraged.
It’s worth supporting small Australian business and designers.
Unique good quality local products should be promoted.
That with a generous heart and a passionate spirit you can change the world.
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Milk Day Spa

Shop 1, 357 Glenmore Road, Paddington NSW 2021

Milk was established in leafy Glenmore Road, Paddington in 2004 designed to deliver an exceptional day spa experience to Sydney. In response to client demands, in 2009 we shifted our focus to where we excel – non invasive, results driven facial rejuvenation treatments.

In keeping with our focus to offer our clients the latest technology in clinical anti ageing procedures Milk Face Place have recently (2011) introduced Micro Hydra Brasion,a medical grade, non invasive therapy to deeply cleanse and hydrate the skin, offering visible results after just one treatment.

Our clients wanted a more natural alternative to radical surgical treatments so we introduced the latest European technology – a revolutionary photo modulation/LED light therapy treatment, exclusive to Milk.

In addition, we offer a range of cosmeceutical products to address anti ageing concerns and we are achieving fantastic results with the introduc¬tion of such innovative techniques. Our clients are witnessing visible results, and results are what we are all about.

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Belvoir St Theatre

25 Belvoir Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

When the Nimrod Theatre building in Belvoir Street, Surry Hills, was threatened with demolition in 1984, more than 600 people – ardent theatre lovers together with arts, entertainment and media professionals – formed a syndicate to buy the building and save this unique performance space in inner-city Sydney.

Over 25 years later, this space, known as Belvoir St Theatre, continues to be the home of one of Australia’s most celebrated theatre companies – Belvoir. Under the artistic leadership of Ralph Myers and General Manager Brenna Hobson, Belvoir engages Australia’s most prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to realise an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary. As well as performing at home, Belvoir regularly takes to the road, touring to major arts centres and festivals both nationally and internationally.

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New Theatre

542 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042

New Theatre is one of the oldest continuously producing theatre companies in Australia with a proud history that is intertwined with much of Sydney's social development and Australian theatre history.

From our beginnings as a political workers' theatre, we have grown to become one of Sydney's leading independent community theatre companies. Our productions range across drama, comedy, musicals, gay theatre, family shows, political cabaret and specialised education programs. We have revisited classic texts with bold new interpretations and premiered some of the finest contemporary writing.

New Theatre was born from a democratic voice and from the very beginning we’ve done things our way.

We’re not slick, we’re not refined and we don’t conform. We believe in artistic and social expression, not just escapism. When we take the stage, we’re for real.

Our doors are open to everyone – from those looking for their start, to those who never want it to end.

We’re a beacon for social movement; a hub for local enthusiasts. We’re driven by passion, not money.

We’re not interested in awards or accolades, we act out of love.

You can’t define us or second guess us. We won’t just invite you to take a seat, we invite you to take part. And we’ll always stay true to what we do. Always real. Always raw. Always New.

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Carriageworks

245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh NSW 2015

CarriageWorks is a multi-venue centre focused on the creation and presentation of contemporary art and culture. There are large flexible theatre spaces (Bay 17 and Bay 20), gallery (Bay 19) and exhibition spaces, rehearsal rooms (Track 8 and Track 12) and a scenery workshop. CarriageWorks is a working hub for practitioners and audiences of the small to medium arts sector.

CarriageWorks is housed in the old Eveleigh Rail Yards at Wilson Street, located within the emerging Redfern Waterloo precinct, and has been developed by the NSW State Government through Arts NSW. Starting with the cathedral-scale foyer, the physical beauty and scope of CarriageWorks is inspiring. The distinctive nineteenth century industrial atmosphere of the former railway carriage and blacksmith workshops have been retained, with many heritage iron and brick details featured in the regeneration of the building.

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Gaelic Theatre

64 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Production-wise, the Gaelic Theatre features a powerful NEXO Alpha E sound system and comprehensive stage lighting rig/desk in-house.

With major renovations completed The Gaelic Hotel is now a 500-capacity, split-level, multi-purpose venue situated only meters from Central Rail & Bus stations between Chalmers & Elizabeth Street. The Gaelic has a late License till 4am, 7 days a week, and is surrounded by late night 24-hour hotels and food outlets.

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Govindas

112 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

 Start your evening at Govindas and dine to your full satisfaction from our opulent buffet.

We recommend you allow at least half an hour to dine before going upstairs to the cinema i.e. dinner booking betweeen 5:45-6:30pm for a 7:00 movie or 7:30-8:30 for a 9:00 - 9:30 movie.

Dinner - All you can eat $19.80
Movie and dinner package - $29.80
Movie only - $13.90

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Dendy Cinemas

261-263 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042

For over 30 years Dendy Cinemas has screened the best in quality cinema across the east coast of Australia.

In addition to its involvement in the Bridgeway Cinema and Tauranga Cinema in New Zealand, Dendy Cinemas operates 24 screens across its Byron Bay, Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney (Newtown and Circular Quay) locations, and remains the home of quality 2D and 3D cinema.

As well as its core film programming, the company is also home to a vibrant arts program of opera, theatre and ballet productions from some of the world’s finest companies.

Partnerships with some of the country’s most exciting film festivals showcase a range of exclusive content, while the company’s sponsorship of events such as the Sydney Film Festival’s Dendy Awards, Tropfest, and NIDA Week help support the local filmmaking community.

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Chauvel Cinema

Cnr Oxford Street & Oatley Road, Paddington NSW 2021

Sydney’s listed screen gem The Chauvel has been operating in the historic Paddington Town Hall from 1977. Formerly the Paddington Town Hall ballroom (the fully sprung floor remains under the seats) the Cinema One auditoria boasts a barrel-vaulted ceiling with proscenium arch stage. The cinema has long been the spiritual home of Australian film culture, a gathering place for true film lovers to share their passion for the best of independent and world cinema.

Cafe & Bar
The Chauvel's second floor cafe & bar offers views over Sydney's fashionable Paddington. Enjoy freah premium Lavazza coffee prepared by our experienced baristas or choose from a great variety of food and drink including local and international premium wine & beer, handmade Connoisseur choc tops, healthy choice popcorn cooked in olive oil and more. The Chauvel also stocks a range of boutique snacks.

Private Hire
The Chauvel is equipped with state of the art 35mm, 16mm and Betacam/DVD video projection with a Dolby Digital sound system featuring the Lenard speaker system exclusive to the Chauvel. There is a Mezzanine Lounge for all private functions.

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Ritz Cinema

39-47 St. Pauls Street, Randwick NSW 2031

The Ritz Cinema is steeped in rich history and tradition. Built in 1937 and now Heritage Listed, it is one of the only 2 original Art Deco Cinemas remaining in Sydney. Still offering the lowest price movie tickets available, the cinema has survived a fascinating history of tumultuous change and holds an important place in the local culture. This heritage and unique design adds to the charm and warmth of the Ritz Cinema that other venues cannot match.

The Ritz Cinema is a versatile and stylish venue to consider for your next event. Think outside the square The Ritz Cinema offers more than just fantastic movies!

The Ritz Cinema is also available for location filming of advertisements and movies and short films etc.

Ritz Movie Nights are a very popular and hassle free way to raise those hard to come by funds.

The Ritz Cinema is a supportive partner with many local community groups & events. We recognise the importance of your Charity and your efforts and work to assist you plan and stage a fantastic and successful fundraising activity.

The Ritz Cinema hosts fundraisers on a regular basis and has the experience and expertise to assist you with all aspects of your event. We also have the most competitive prices in Sydney!

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FlickerFest

Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Flickerfest began as a small local festival at the Balmain High School in 1991. Over the last 21 years it has grown to become Australia's only competitive International Short Film Festival with entries coming from filmmakers across the globe.

Flickerfest is considered in international circles as the leading Australian competitive short film festival and increasingly filmmakers view it as one of the main festivals on the world circuit. To maintain this high standard each year the festival director visits festivals around the world seeking new films most of which have not been seen in Australia.

In 2003 the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science elected to recognise Flickererfest as a qualifying festival for the Best Short Film and Best Animation categories of the Academy® Awards. In 2010, Flickerfest was also recognised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), making films from the UK that won at Flickerfest, eligible for a BAFTA nomination. We are the only short film festival in Australia with BAFTA and Academy® accredited status.

The honour of Academy® Award accreditation will guarantee Flickerfest's international profile for many years to come, whilst also ensuring greater opportunities for our Australian short film makers internationally.

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Bondi Openair Cinema

Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

A summer of live music and feature films under the stars is on the way, as Bondi Openair Cinema (20 January 2011 – 5 March 2011) returns to Bondi Pavillion. This marks the second leg of Australian Openair Cinema, which kicked off in St Kilda on 9 December. The outdoor cinemas are located in some of Australia’s iconic locations, beginning on the rooftop of the St Kilda Sea Baths, making its way to the shores of Sydney’s Bondi Beach on 20 January and Rainforest Green of South Bank in Brisbane on 24 February 2011.

Bondi Openair nights are a quintessentially summer event; with feature films playing on huge outdoor screens from dusk. Cinemagoers can relax with some gourmet-style food and tasty beverages from the licensed bar, while listening to the sunset sounds of acoustic sets from emerging musicians.

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The Enmore Theatre

118-132 Enmore Road, Newtown NSW 2042

The Enmore Theatre is located in the Newtown Entertainment Precinct, Sydney's unique heartland of live performance, music cinemas, restaurant, bars, cafes and hotels. Historic King St and Enmore Rd play host to this vibrant nightlife.

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The Vanguard

42 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042

Hello out there Sydney, we are coming live from planet Vanguard.
Tick... Tock, Tick... Tock, it's time... it's time for a change.
For those of you who haven't yet heard, The Vanguard has recently had a change of ownership, and with new ownership comes new plans and ideas

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Event Cinemas - Bondi

Level 7 & 8 Westfield Shopping Town, 500 Oxford Street, Bondi NSW 2026

An intimate setting that seats no more than 30-40 people where guests can relax in reclining chairs and enjoy full waiter service as well as a brand new menu.

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Palace Verona

17 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021

Antonio Zeccola's involvement in film dates back to the 1960's where his first foray into the motion picture industry was (like his father's before him) a rented town hall screening films to small but enthusiastic audiences.

His obvious passion and commitment translated into success very quickly and by the mid to late 1970's Antonio operated a number of suburban cinemas including The Metropolitan in Brunswick, The Roma in Bourke Street and The Palace in Bourke Street from which the group derived its current corporate identity as Palace.

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Royal Randwick Shopping Centre

73 Belmore Road, Randwick NSW 2031

At Royal Randwick Shopping Centre we offer a range of customer services to help make your shopping trips more enjoyable.
Looking for the latest News and Events to keep you updated? Royal Randwick Shopping Centre has you covered.

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White Rabbit Gallery

30 Balfour Street, Chippendale NSW 2008

About White Rabbit

The White Rabbit Collection is one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of contemporary Chinese art. Founded by Kerr and Judith Neilson, it focuses on works produced after 2000.

The origins of the Collection go back to the late 1990s, when Judith Neilson engaged Wang Zhiyuan, a Chinese artist then living in Sydney, as her art tutor. He introduced her to the astonishing explosion of creativity taking place in China in the wake of the “Opening Up” that had begun in 1989. Mrs Neilson began buying works, but soon ran out of space to hang them. She and her husband then decided to open a gallery that would make the exciting world of contemporary Chinese art available to all Australians.

The White Rabbit Gallery, a converted former knitting factory near Sydney’s Central Station, has four floors of exhibition space as well as a theatrette, a library and a teahouse. Only a fraction of the Collection is on show at any time. The entire contents of the gallery are rehung twice a year.

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First Draft Gallery

116-118 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Firstdraft is a non-profit gallery run on a voluntary basis by a group of practising artists. It is one of the longest running and most successful artist-run initiatives in Australia. Firstdraft asserts the importance of contemporary art production, dissemination and discussion in society, providing a stimulating exhibition space that is professional and accessible for a diverse range of artistic practices and projects. Alongside its exhibition program, Firstdraft runs a variety of other programs and projects and in 2010 launched a second venue, Firstdraft Depot.

Firstdraft is assisted by the NSW Government through Arts NSW and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. Firstdraft Depot is supported by City of Sydney. Firstdraft is also supported by Porter’s Paints and Jed Wines.

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Aboriginal & Pacific Art

2 Danks Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

Aboriginal & Pacific Art represents contemporary Aboriginal art from around Australia. Working with community-owned and -governed art centres, the gallery shows monthly exhibitions of new works, including painting, sculpture and works on paper, from established and emerging artists. Aboriginal & Pacific Art was established by Gabriella Roy in 1996 at the Sydney Dymock’s Building. She has worked with both Aboriginal and Pacific arts and artefacts for the past four decades and brings an acute sense of history and aesthetics to the gallery. At the Dymock’s space, Aboriginal & Pacific Art presented many groundbreaking shows, including solo exhibitions of the late Tiwi artists Kitty Kantilla (Kutuwulumi Purawarrumpatu) and Freda Warlapinni, and the late Fitzroy Crossing artist Janangoo Butcher Cherel. The gallery is also a long-standing representative of Tiwi artist Timothy Cook and South Australian Ngarrindjeri weaver Yvonne Koolmatrie.

Gabriella works together with the art advisors from community art centres to best represent the artists and their works. In 2005, the gallery moved to its current location in Waterloo’s 2 Danks Street, attracting a new and diverse audience. Here, Aboriginal & Pacific Art has presented the yearly Sydney exhibitions of Warakurna Artists, Tjala Arts and Tjungu Palya, all based in South Australia’s Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara (APY) Lands, and solo exhibitions of Tiwi artists Jean Baptiste Apuatimi and Timothy Cook. Aboriginal & Pacific Art is a member of the Australia Commercial Galleries Association (ACGA) and Gabriella is an accredited government valuer (since 1986). The gallery also represents works in the secondary market. The ‘Pacific’ of its title refers to Gabriella’s extensive knowledge and secondary market representation of Oceanic arts.

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Darren Knight Gallery

840 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

In September 1992 Darren Knight Gallery opened with a group exhibition at 65 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Exhibiting mainly Australian and New Zealand artists, the gallery operated from this small shop front space for four years before relocating to Sydney.

In February 1997 Darren Knight Gallery Sydney opened in a former pleating factory at 840 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo, the first gallery to establish itself in what is now a thriving arts precinct.

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Damien Minton Gallery

61-63 Great Buckingham Street, Redfern NSW 2016

The Damien Minton Gallery is less than a 10 minute walk from either Redfern or Central Station. From Central take the Devonshire Street exit and walk up Chalmers then cross over Cleveland Street and turn left for Great Buckingham Street. (Beware there is a Buckingham Street nearby. It is not the gallery’s address). From Redfern Station cross over Regent Street and walk down Redfern Street to Redfern Park and turn left into Great Buckingham Street.

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Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery

31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

With over 30 years experience collecting and exhibiting Aboriginal Art, our Executive Director Adrian Newstead personally sources artworks from Aboriginal communities throughout Australia and selects the finest secondary market pieces for Coo-ee's extensive collectors stockroom. Since first working with Aboriginal artists in 1981, Coo-ee Gallery has curated and organised more than 300 Indigenous art exhibitions in Australia and overseas involving individual Aboriginal artists and community groups. The gallery, now situated at the iconic destination of Bondi Beach, Sydney, specialises in both primary and secondary market Aboriginal art. This includes historically important bark paintings, artefacts, and early desert boards as well as high quality contemporary Aboriginal paintings, sculpture and limited edition fine art prints.

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Charles Hewitt Gallery

335 South Dowling Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Charles Hewitt has been connected with the art world for over 40 years. During this time he has worked with collectors, artists and galleries all over Australia.

In 1964 Charles Hewitt Frames was established; this business has grown from a one man show to a workforce of 18 people. Charles Hewitt commenced production of water gilded mouldings in 1967 and created the first profiles for Brett Whiteley and Russell Drysdale to emulate their choices in Europe and the USA.

Charles Hewitt Frames has also designed, manufactured and supplied more than 400 frames for the National Gallery in Canberra, including the framing of Jackson Pollock’s iconic painting Blue Poles.

In 1989 Charles Hewitt opened a gallery exhibiting antiquarian prints, by 1992 he was also showing an expanding group of young and emerging artists. We now have one of the best exhibition spaces in Sydney in our new gallery at 335 South Dowling Street, Darlinghurst, with a continually developing exhibition schedule of new and established artists.

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MAY SPACE

409 George Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

MAY SPACE, formerly known as Brenda May Gallery (2001-2016) and Access Contemporary Art Gallery (1985-2001), proudly represents a small group of accomplished artists, whilst also supporting established talent and creating opportunities for emerging artists. In addition, the Gallery fosters young curators and provides platforms for engaging curatorial projects.    

The Gallery is devoted to promoting artists in Australia whose works are challenging, compelling and immersive. Expanding further into the Asia-Pacific region, the Gallery has recently exhibited at Art Stage Singapore and after two decades of involvement with the Melbourne Art Fair, at Sydney Contemporary at Carriageworks.    

Black Box Projects was launched in 2014 and is one of the first spaces dedicated to exhibiting moving image artworks in a commercial gallery in Australia, substantiating the Gallery’s commitment to varied contemporary art practices.

 

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Brett Whiteley Studio

2 Raper Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

The Brett Whiteley Studio was the workplace and home of Australian artist, Brett Whiteley (1939‑92).

The artist bought the former warehouse in 1985 and converted it into a studio and exhibition space. He lived there from 1987 to 1992, the year he died in Thirroul.

The visitor is offered the unique opportunity to experience the atmosphere of the space - the studio with his unfinished paintings, art equipment and collections of reference books, and the graffiti wall covered with quotes and images.

The living area has memorabilia such as photographs, objects, postcards, furniture, his music collection and sketchbooks. The gallery has changing exhibitions of the artist's works: paintings, drawings, sculpture and graphics borrowed from the Whiteley Estate, Art Gallery of New South Wales and private collections.

There is a small gallery shop with postcards, posters and other merchandise for sale. There is no cafe at the Studio, however visitors are welcome to return on the day after refreshing at the numerous cafes and restaurants close by.

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Bondi Pavilion Gallery

Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

The Art Gallery is booked throughout the year with a new exhibition every two weeks. This turn around ensures a diverse and exciting range of exhibitions at the Pavilion. It has the advantage of being close to public transport and Sydney's most famous beach, ensuring a good attendance to the gallery over the two week period.

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Australian Galleries - Roylston Street

15 Roylston Street, Paddington NSW 2021

Australian Galleries was established in Melbourne by Tam and Anne Purves in June 1956. The space was originally the Purves’ pattern manufacturing business in the inner suburb of Collingwood. They supplied the all-important patterns to the local fashion industry which was centred around the warehouses in the adjoining streets.

Together their vision and driving force resulted in the development of what was then, an extraordinary idea. They started a commercial gallery to show the small group of culturally important post-war Australian artists emerging in Melbourne who at the time had nowhere to seriously show and sell their work. The first painters to exhibit at Australian Galleries included artists who went on to become some of Australia’s greatest ever, such as Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, John Perceval and Albert Tucker.

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Australian Galleries - Glenmore Road

24 Glenmore Road, Paddington NSW 2021

Australian Galleries was established in Melbourne by Tam and Anne Purves in June 1956. The space was originally the Purves’ pattern manufacturing business in the inner suburb of Collingwood. They supplied the all-important patterns to the local fashion industry which was centred around the warehouses in the adjoining streets.

Together their vision and driving force resulted in the development of what was then, an extraordinary idea. They started a commercial gallery to show the small group of culturally important post-war Australian artists emerging in Melbourne who at the time had nowhere to seriously show and sell their work. The first painters to exhibit at Australian Galleries included artists who went on to become some of Australia’s greatest ever, such as Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, John Perceval and Albert Tucker.

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Art Atrium

181 Old South Head Road, Bondi NSW 2026

Art Atrium is about exceptional art.

We are an art gallery committed to artists with promise and potential.

We pride ourselves on the investment quality of all our works.

Specialising in contemporary Australian and Aboriginal art, we see ourselves as an integral link between artists and the public.

We want to share our passion for, and appreciation of art by helping our clients acquire art that is visually stimulating and spiritually enlightening.

We want to assist our clients in the exciting journey of learning more about various forms of artistic expression through talks and forums by artists and art scholars.

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Annette Larkin Fine Art

6A/2 Danks Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

Director, Annette Larkin, brings more than 23 years of specialist experience in the Australian and international art markets. In her 11 years at Christie's Australia, many as Associate Director and Head of contemporary art, she established stand-alone sales of contemporary art, liasing and traveling to Asia, United States and Europe often for the auctions of contemporary and modern international and asian art. Prior to this, Larkin worked at the major Sydney commercial gallery, Macquarie Galleries; with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Newcastle Region Art Gallery. In 1994 she was selected by the Australian Government as the Australian Curator and Commissioner for the VIII Indian Triennale, New Delhi.

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Ann Snell Gallery

169 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Clients receive personal consultation in the Gallery.
Each registry receives its own online account where contributors can login to view the happy couple, the Artworks they have chosen, and details on how to contribute.
Family and friends that contribute receive assistance for any queries they may have, and upon contributing they receive a personal thank you note and a receipt.
Once the registry has been completed my clients receive a certificate noting each of their registry's contributors and accompanying each of their Artworks they will receive a certificate of Authencity and Artist's profile.

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Defiance Gallery I - Newtown

169 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Since its very inception in 1995, Defiance Gallery in Newtown has been synonymous with innovation in exhibiting painting and sculpture. Home to a range of artists - from promising newcomers to prominent Australian and international artists - Defiance Gallery hosts an inspiring annual calendar of painting and sculpture exhibitions for gallery and invited artists. This includes The Landscape Show, The Drawing Show and The Miniature Sculpture Show. In addition to its excellent reputation for contemporary paintings and works on paper, Defiance Gallery's wholehearted support and encouragement of sculpture in Australia has cemented its role as the leading sculpture gallery in Sydney. The gallery is also proud to represent The Estate of Lyndon Dadswell and The Estate of Ian Mackay, two pivotal figures in the history of Australian sculpture.

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Defiance Gallery II - Paddington

94 William Street, Paddington NSW 2021

Since its very inception in 1995, Defiance Gallery in Newtown has been synonymous with innovation in exhibiting painting and sculpture. Home to a range of artists - from promising newcomers to prominent Australian and international artists - Defiance Gallery hosts an inspiring annual calendar of painting and sculpture exhibitions for gallery and invited artists. This includes The Landscape Show, The Drawing Show and The Miniature Sculpture Show. In addition to its excellent reputation for contemporary paintings and works on paper, Defiance Gallery's wholehearted support and encouragement of sculpture in Australia has cemented its role as the leading sculpture gallery in Sydney. The gallery is also proud to represent The Estate of Lyndon Dadswell and The Estate of Ian Mackay, two pivotal figures in the history of Australian sculpture.

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Eva Breuer Art Dealer

83 Moncur Street, Woollahra NSW 2025

Eva Breuer Art Dealer specialises in buying and selling museum-quality Australian paintings and works on paper by traditional, modern and contemporary Australian artists.
Situated in the heart of Woollahra, Sydney's primary gallery district, the gallery boasts two separate exhibition spaces and an extensive stockroom of paintings and works on paper. We are available seven days a week, providing advice for both the collector and the investor. With a wide network of resources, we are able to assist in forming collections and can also source paintings by specific artists.

We accept works by particular artists, on consignment, and in some instances we purchase works outright. The gallery also provides free advice on appropriate methods for the sale of entire collections or individual paintings, and can recommend and organise appropriate conservation, framing and photography of artworks.

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Frances Keevil Gallery

Shops 5 & 6, Bay Village, 28-34 Cross Street, Double Bay NSW 2028

The Frances Keevil Gallery opened in Double Bay in 2007, after 15 years working within the arts industry.

We represent an exciting group of emerging and mid-career artists, illustrating the current vitality of primarily Australian art.

The gallery hosts regular solo and curated mixed exhibitions, and provides an ongoing service to clients and artists with a comprehensive stock room.

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Gallery Barry Keldoulis (GBK)

285 Young Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

Kamikaze Wasabi is an exhibition of extraordinary variety (with works across the mediums of collage, drawing, pastel and painting). Hitesh Natalwala exposes his fascination with the intricacies and iconographies of different cultures.