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Sydney/City East

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Sydney/City East

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The Kings Cross district of Sydney (also known as the "Inner East") is one of the oldest areas of settlement in the city. It is home to much of Sydney's nightlife and has enjoyed a mixed reputation over the years, largely due to being the city's main "red light" district. Beyond the focus around William Street, however, a great many fine cafes and restaurants have sprung up, while many adjoining suburbs within the district - such as Potts Point down by the harbour - remain well-heeled, comfortable havens several million miles away from the alternative and hedonistic lifestyles enjoyed by many around "the Cross". The Kings Cross postcode area (2011, including Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Woolloomooloo) is now recognised as the most densely populated area in Australia....


  • Elizabeth Bay House (Historic Houses Trust) - built between 1835-1839, this colonial mansion preserves the lifetsylle of some of Sydney's wealthiest early settlers

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