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.
Only moments away from 28 you will discover Sydney’s Spice Alley. Under the open sky ceiling of lanterns and fairy lights, the six hawker-style eateries will guide you through the expansive landscape of Asian dining.
Not to far from 28, 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.
Just moments away from 28, Kensington Street is home to restaurants, cafes, markets, artists, galleries, innovative retailers, and creatives – Sydney’s new downtown. Visitors can explore tiny historic terraces or sparkling new structures, rooftop areas and a series of communal dining courtyards.
Central Park Mall is a retail hub unlike any other. This multi-level mall boasts a sun-drenched emporium, future-forward sustainable architecture, free Wi-Fi and extended trading hours. It’s the perfect spot for shopping, dining, and meeting with friends.
Only a short stroll away from 28, Central Station offers frequent and seamless transport to a plethora of destinations in and around Sydney, including Circular Quay, Sydney Olympic Park and the Blue Mountains.