There’s lots to see and do at the Devonshire Street Precinct, so we’ve included some very handy maps that’ll help you navigate your way around. From locating that special gift, to knowing where to park, it’s all in there. When you arrive, you might want to grab a drink before the big game (the SCG is just a couple of drop punts up the road), meet friends for a delicious bite to eat, or indulge in a bit (or a lot) of retail therapy. Whatever your preference, Devonshire Street Precinct has you covered.
Getting to the Precinct
Surry Hills is one of the most connected suburbs on the Sydney bus network. It can be accessed by bus from the Inner West (such as Routes 412, 413, 422, 423, 431, 433, 436, 438, 439, 440, 461, 470, 480, M10 and M30), the Eastern Suburbs (such as Routes 301, 302, 303, 308, 309, 310, 343, 352, 372, 393, 395, M20 and M50), and the North Shore (such as Routes M20 and 343).
To plan your trip, visit www.transportnsw.info
Central Station is the closest train station to access Surry Hills. All city bound train services make a stop at Central Station.
Once you disembark from the train, make your way to the South Concourse at Central Station. You will see escalators and stairs that will take you to the intersection of Devonshire Street and Chalmers Street (Exit 6). You can also exit via the North Concourse (Exit 4 and Exit 5) to access Elizabeth Street and Foveaux Street.
Parking around the Devonshire Street Precinct is limited. For the latest information on traffic conditions and travel advice in the area, visit www.livetraffic.com
Surry Hills Creative Precinct
The Devonshire Street Precinct campaign has been developed in partnership with the Surry Hills Creative Precinct (SHCP), a non-profit organisation established to promote Surry Hills as a creative cluster and cultural hub. The SHCP is a rich collective comprised of like- minded local businesses committed to seeing Surry Hills and its businesses flourish; to promote and advocate for the area and its needs. Seeking to highlight and encourage the area’s vitality; support new partnerships; to bring new projects to fruition: to have Surry Hills as a recognised international destination for outstanding design.