Darlinghurst Business Partnership
Members' Directory L - R
277 Goulburn Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Café Lounge is a cocktail bar, restaurant, live music venue & performance space all in one, a bohemian cave tucked away from the busy streets of Surry Hills in Sydney. Cafe Lounge is a place of conviviality, a second home for many who celebrate life with friends around good food, drink, performance & music. Café Lounge was delighted to be voted best Small Bar by Time Out magazine in 2010 and we’d like to say a big thanks to everyone who has shown support over the past 10 years. Check out some photos
(02) 9016 3951
Lord Roberts Hotel
64 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Nestled in Darlinghurst, just a stone’s throw from the CBD, our long-standing, independently owned pub, as always been a hidden gem for locals.
Over two stories we have an extensively stocked main bar, restaurant and dining room, a spacious outdoor balcony, a fabulous cocktail bar, and gaming and sports facilities.
The Green Door Cocktail Lounge offers an impressive cocktail menu in a relaxed setting and can be available for functions.
Our week is packed with live jazz, resident DJ’s, pool comps, and trivia. We also have many food and drink specials.
We cater for all types of functions, large or small, any event or budget, our kitchen is always happy to accommodate any dietary needs.
So whether you’re relaxing on the sunny balcony, sipping a martini, or dancing to our live bands, we hope you enjoy the full Lord Roberts experience.
(02) 9360 9555
Maxi Shield's Meals On Heels
Cnr Crown Street & Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Its here, its here.. after many months of planning, we finally launch Meal on Heels at the Colombian hotel and Stonewall hotel… with fabulous girls on heels “Carmen, Mooty, Hannah, Victoria and ME” and will be serving not only beautiful food from Belloccio cafe and DICK’s DINER but your own choice of shows… Think glitter, think lashes all wrapped up in a sassy lass. We are serving fishy realness, beefy realness, vegie realness, whirling and twirling to make your dining experience something you would never forget. You think Victoria has a Secret.. wait till you meet our GIRLS! Contact Maxi for booking details.
My Plant and Garden Centre
12E Burton Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Come see George for plants, pots, per supplies and or just to shoot the breeze.
Located opposite the National Art School and handily next to a great local cafe for all your house plant and coffee needs in one go.
(02) 9361 4786
New Reflections provides you with personal & professional learning solutions.
For you and/or your team we develop tailored solutions to develop your:
- Communication skills & Body-Language
- Leadership & Self-Confidence
- Presentation skills, Image Consulting
Oxford Art Factory
38-46 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
The Oxford Art Factory is a two room, multi-functional venue that has re-shaped entertainment in Sydney.
Inspired by Andy Warhol’s Factory in New York during the 60’s, the venue creates a cultural focal point for international and local artists, providing them with a world-class platform from which to showcase their talents to an estimated weekly audience of over 5,000 people.
The Oxford Art Factory is more than just an impressive space. It is an informed response to Sydney’s desire for a dynamic new entertainment experience. From the interior fit-out to bar operations, entertainment bookings to marketing – every component of the Oxford Art Factory draws upon the experience of industry leaders to ensure that the atmosphere is second to none.
(02) 9332 3711
3/257 Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Serving up Campos coffee's and Sonoma Breads- and dishes ranging from Spelt Maple Almond Museli to the chefs famous South American steak sandwich, right up to Homemade Meatballs Lovingly made to perfection!
4Paws & Co
105 Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
We started over 2 years ago as an online store, today we are still actively selling online and have ventured into a great local store in Darlinghurst for the curious shoppers. We believe that being able to touch and feel a product cements our confidence on the purchase, plus sometimes it's nice just being able to take your pet out for a little retail therapy In our stores pets are always welcome to try outfits, collars, sample treats and a much more.
(02) 8387 6157
Phillips IT Pty Limited
157 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Phillips IT is an IT consulting company based in the Sydney CBD. We have been providing flexible business IT support and solutions since 1999.
We are aMicrosoft Silver Midmarket Solution Parters (since 2002) as well as a Microsoft Small Business Specialist with a team of engineers that are Microsoft Certified Professionals.
(02) 8262 9900
Planetdwellers Travel, Tours & Events
113-115 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
We love crafting the perfect holiday for you, we provide escorted tours with regularly scheduled departures. Our organised tours are worry-free: they include accommodation, guided ground transportation, sightseeing attractions, many meals, some with flights and always with plenty of free time!
We also specialise in organising privately escorted tours in Australia whether you need a day or weeks, let us make it a fabulous trip for you.
Our team have over 20 years experience in the travel and tour industry and know we can show you some hidden treasures and plenty of famous ones as well.
Whether you’re from Down Under or up-over, Australia is a truly special place: rich in nature, wildlife, and of course, notoriously gay-friendly. We can’t wait to share it with you!
(02) 9357 2900
Pink Media 207 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
(02) 9357 7220
161 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
This Oxford Street landmark is an old-school porno store: kinda seedy, kinda sexy, a little bit rough around the edges. That's not to suggest that it's anything less than upfront, you understand - just that in a world of increasingl glossy superstores, it's nice that some places don't eschew the sleaze.
(02) 9360 3388
Plus Fitness 24/7 Darlinghurst,
172 Riley Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Memberships only $16 per week + $50 Joining Fee (reduced from $99!):
- NO lock-in contracts
- Access 6am-10pm every day, 365 days a year
- FREE outdoor group classes
- FREE Fitness Assessments and Programs
- FREE membership Time Hold
- FREE access to any Plus Fitness 24/7 gym across Australia
- Access to the latest range of Sports Art strength and cardio equipment
(02) 9331 3355
Points of Difference Events
PO BOX 1119, Surry Hills, 2010
Points Of Difference Events helps you have fun, enjoy gay social events and connect with like-minded people. You can choose from a variety of gorgeous fun gay and lesbian things to do, from dinners, theatre outings, cocktail parties to group travel and beautiful tour locations. We also have some great buck-list events, such as the Celebration New Year’s Eve party, Sydney’s only gay and lesbian event on Sydney Harbour.
1300 990 390
255b Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
[Entry on Goulburn Street]
Yep, well, as downloads go the way of the Dodo, CD, Tape, Mini Disc & Wax Cylinder, in the face of streaming (music as utility, you knew it was coming) turns out that Vinyl, with its paltry 100 years of backwards compatibility, is the last man, woman and child standing.
So if, you know, you like to have a relationship with music beyond mere consumption, boy do we have goodies for you. We stock dance, house, techno, dnb, hiphop, rock, indie, dub, reggae, blues, jazz and more. We don't do the usual suspect catalogue trick; we order random and awesome stuff from around the world.
In short, if you know what you want, you can get it anywhere and probably cheaper online. If you don;t know what you want, we are the place for you. Also do turntables, headphones and needles/styli - we are soooo good at finding your needle, even the haystack gave up trying to fight us.
(02) 9380 8223
Robin Gibson Gallery
278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Robin established his Gallery in 1976. After working at the esteemed David Jones Gallery under Robert Haines for a couple of years, he worked for the groundbreaking Bonython Art Gallery from 1967. When Kym Bonython closed the gallery in 1976, Robin decided to open his
Early on in its inception there were exhibitions by many of the top artists of the time including Brett Whiteley, Bryan Westwood, Tim Storrier and Joel Elenberg
In 1982 the gallery was moved from Paddington (44 Gurner Street, which has since been numerous galleries including Eddie Glastra, Ken Done, Sullivan & Strumpf, MiCK and Richard Martin Art) to its current premises in Darlinghurst, in a large Georgian mansion built in 1850. The photograph above of Hilton 278 Liverpool Street Darlinghurst was taken by John Rae who built the house and was well-known for his topographical & natural history watercolours, and his photography which documented Sydney in the 2nd half of the 19th century
The gallery has continued to focus on living Australian artists, both emerging and established, although the gallery has now also gone on to represent a few artists’ estates, artists who were represented by the gallery while they were alive including Clement Meadmore, Oliffe Richmond, Elwyn Lynn and Peter Blayney
Known for its interest in sculpture, the gallery has an annual sculpture survey which predominantly showcases the work of sculptors represented by the gallery, Clement Meadmore, Erwin Fabian, Oliffe Richmond and Terry Stringer
In recent years while continuing to represent established artists the gallery has been increasingly active in working with recent graduates, partly through its annual New Talent exhibition which showcases a selection of artists from various graduate shows including National Art School and the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, and also Monash University in Melbourne and The Royal College of Art in London
(02) 93 316 692
255 Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
ROUTE 66 is the original mother road that crosses North America, connecting the East to the West. It threads through beautiful grasslands, savage landscapes, leading to sunshine and - for those daring enough - fame and fortune.
After six months on the road in America’s heartland, the South West & Tex-Mex border, Tina Lowe & Ross Waddington were compelled by the overwhelming inspiration of their journey to begin collecting treasures of Americana for their own store to open in Melbourne. This became the Route 66 we know and love today.