www.artsandcraftsnsw.com.au | T: 02 9241 5825


New to the Walsh Bay Arts & Commerce business community is Craft NSW at an all-new gallery, exhibition and education space in Argyle Place. The gallery is a vibrant conversion of a heritage terrace house, designed by flamboyant fibre and textile artist Pam de Groot. It features several viewing rooms where the bespoke creations of member artisans are showcased – from textiles and fashion to jewellery, ceramics, glass and more. Artist installations are hosted in the upstairs exhibition space while a feature window on street level is regularly refreshed with members’ work.

www.hyatt.com/Sydney | T: +61 2 9256 1234


At Park Hyatt Sydney, wake up to unrivalled views of the Sydney Opera House. Explore the vibrant Rocks village, filled with cobbled laneways, cafés, art galleries, museums, and luxury stores.

 7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

www.lordnelsonbrewery.com | T: +61 2 9251 4044


Sydney’s oldest continually licensed hotel, located in the historic Rocks precinct and home of Australia's oldest pub brewery. The Lord is recognised around the world for its award-winning beers, wine list, food and accommodation.

 19 Kent St, The Rocks Sydney, NSW 2000

www.artpark.com.au | T: 1800 646 131


ARTPark Australia facilitates exciting and innovative sculpture exhibitions in Sydney and other venues across Australia. By offering free Public Arts Events in public spaces open to all, ARTPark brings elegant, highly finished, large scale sculpture directly to the people. By operating year round  sculptural exhibitions across several Australian major cities, ARTPark is fast becoming unrivaled in terms of artist exposure, exhibition versatility and artwork diversity.

www.bitterandtwistedcafe.com | (02) 9241 5440

Because it takes seriously good coffee and great food to get your morning off to a good start.

Customer feedback is taken very seriously by owner Vic Valtiok of Walsh Bay’s Bitter & Twisted café. In fact, the venue was so-named after a regular said to Vic “you’re such a bitter and twisted man”. To this day, Vic doesn’t know what he did to warrant the comment but felt it made a quirky name for the café that he has since put heart and soul into building up as a welcoming local coffee hub in a wonderfully nostalgic setting.

When Vic first made the leap to hospitality from a background in sales and banking he was living in the Observatory Tower and noticed the convenience store underneath had come up for sale. Seeing it as an opportunity to follow his heart, and love of good coffee, he turned his back on the corporate world for barista training and more time with his family.