A vibrant district that’s only a few minutes’ walk from the world’s most beautiful harbour, with world-class dining, laneway bars, and major education and cultural institutions.
There are many great parts that make up Darling Square – from retail to residences, and all the little things in between.
Taking prime position at Darling Square will be The Exchange, a civic space to meet the city’s needs as much as it’s ambitions. It will feature a state of the art City of Sydney library, a new childcare facility, a ground floor market food hall Maker's Dozen, mezzanine restaurant, and rooftop restaurant and bar with sweeping views of Sydney’s skyline.
Get the lowdown on what you can find at Maker's Dozen
Darling Square Library is now open
Open 7 days a week, members can borrow from over 30,000 items in the library. With a dedicated children’s area, free WiFi, public computers, plenty of study spaces, bookable meeting rooms, and ample free space to simply read or work on projects solo or with friends or colleagues, the Darling Square Library will be a core part of the thriving, creative environment.
Steam Mill Lane
Always-on and larger-than-life, this little laneway punches above its weight with a mix of emerging fashion and lifestyle retailers, and is also the new home of some of Sydney’s best-known and loved food concepts.
Get the lowdown on what you can find at Steam Mill Lane
Little Hay Street
Linking Darling Square and Chinatown, you'll find little Hay Street. Here, cafes spill onto the footpath and retail stores promise interesting finds in unlikely places. Open ‘til late, this is the place to go when you’re feeling like an after dark nibble, too.