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Close to Hyde Park Oxford Street is definitely is tacky which many poor quality restaurants and shops that probably need not be there. There are exceptions. As you move down into Paddington it develops some class and style and character. The best way to see...More
This is one of the centers of night life in Sydney because it is the capital of the LGBT community in town. Lots of clubs and bars, but also lots of restaurants and shops, all welcome to all. Lots of bus lines cruise down the...More
Quite a long street with so much variety - quality restaurants and shopping, bookshops to appeal but with a quality found in few other Sydney streets. Enjoyed a Saturday with lunch at Saint Peter and shopping at Dinosaur Designs and Berkelouw books; where else could...More
Saturday 2nd June firstly the items received were very good ( only 4 thick shakes ) -- arrived around 9 pm after dinner for 4 shakes and cake -- our order was taken by a young lady pleasant and quick. then at least 35 minutes...More
From Woollahra in the East to Surry Hills to the West, Oxford St will cater for ever your needs are. Plenty of designer label shopping at the Eastern end for fashion and homewares. Some great bars, cafe's, pubs, clubs, restaurants. Right next to the SCG...More
I visited the Oxford Street in London just a few months before I landed in Sydney for my first degree in Sydney Uni. I became friends with a lecturer and being new in Sydney, when he asked where I would like to have a glass...More
Although quite a few stores have closed over recent years and consequently Oxford st has lost some of it's luster, the main drag and surrounding areas are a must visit for anyone coming to Sydney. Great selection of food, drinks, art, high-end and boutique shopping...More