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Things to Do Near Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point

Put The Map Away, Start Walking, And See What You Find.
 

Potts Point, a vibrant art deco suburb walking distance to the Sydney CBD. It has a dynamic blend of history and modernity. Explore unique boutiques, trendy bars, and iconic landmarks. Experience a lively, creative community that thrives around the clock.

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Places To Go, Things To Do

The Yellow House

57-59 Macleay Street, Potts Point, NSW 2011

Located just 1km away, the historic Yellow House is a treasure trove of artistic heritage. Once an influential art gallery, it showcased luminaries like John Olsen, Robert Hughes, and Robert Klippel. Later, it became the hub for the Yellow House Artists Collective, led by Martin Sharp, where talents like Brett Whiteley, George Gittoes, and more collaborated, transforming both the space and Potts Point itself. Today, it stands as a living testament to the neighbourhood's enduring bohemian spirit.

The Roosevelt | Minerva Theatre​

Orwell Street, Potts Point, NSW 2011

Discover The Roosevelt Minerva Theatre, Abe Saffron’s old stomping ground, that has welcomed many famous celebrities throughout the decades. Now, it stands as a classic, intimate cocktail bar, still exuding the magnetic charm that captivated stars through the ages.

Dulcie's Kings Cross

44B Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point, NSW 2011

Step into Dulcie’s Kings Cross, a charming Sip Club and Drinking Parlour just 300m away. Here, 'Dulcie’s Theatre House' promises a theatrically immersive experience. Reviving the essence of 1930s Kings Cross, it pays tribute to Dulcie Deamer, a multifaceted literary figure.

Griffin Theatre Company | Stables Theatre​

13 Craigend Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2011

Experience the best of Australian storytelling at the Griffin Theatre Company. Since its inception in 1979, Griffin has been a beacon for new works, dedicated to showcasing the depth of Australian talent. Located in the heart of Kings Cross at the SBW Stables Theatre, this esteemed company continues to shape the narrative of Australian theatre.

Elizabeth Bay House​

7 Onslow Ave, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, NSW 2011

With harbour views, sweeping staircases and spectacular landscaped gardens, Elizabeth Bay House was Sydney’s ultimate trophy home. Built for colonial secretary Alexander Macleay, after the governor, the most important public official in Sydney, it was by all accounts the finest house in the colony. Explore the grandeur and history that graces every corner.

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