Explore the local area (Redfern-Precinct)


Redfern including the surrounding areas of Waterloo, Darlington and Eveleigh is a vibrant and diverse community with many creative, cultural and business opportunities on offer including cafes and restaurants, galleries and retro furniture stores. Located   close to the Sydney CBD, Redfern has a welcoming spirit and a rich history and welcomes visitors for both business and recreation.  Some of the highlights in Redfern include:

National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE)


The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence is home to the world class Eora Sports, Arts and Recreation Centre offering the latest in gym and sports facilities. NCIE also runs a variety of program in arts and culture, health and wellness, learning and innovation and sports and recreation including a range of camps, conferences and events.
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Eveleigh Market


Eveleigh Market is a thriving community market, offering the weekly Farmers’ Market and the monthly Artisans’ Market. The Farmers’ Market attracts thousands of market goers each week to stock up on fresh, local and seasonal produce straight from the farm. The Artisans’ Market showcases the best in Australian independent art, design and crafts.

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CarriageWorks opened in 2007 and is a thriving home for contemporary arts and culture in Sydney. Built on a vision of a vibrant cultural life for the public and artists, it’s a place for creativity and innovation, where artists are given the opportunity to conceive, develop and present their work in an inspiring and creative atmosphere.  
Visit for more information.

Redfern Park and Oval

The recently redeveloped Redfern Park offers a relaxing and public open space for the community to enjoy including seating, grass areas, child’s play area and water features. Redfern Oval is also home to the iconic South Sydney Rabbitohs, Football Club.

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