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Waterloo: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Ambush Gallery


aMBUSH Gallery has an influence on the creative and cultural development of the city that extends beyond the four walls of its Waterloo exhibition space. Instigating and collaborating on both philanthropic and commercial initiatives, aMBUSH is committed to developing the relationship between contemporary Australian art and its audiences through innovative and progressive art-based projects.

An award winning gallery, aMBUSH has contributed significantly to the cultural prowess of Sydney through projects such as 2011's Outpost Project at Cockatoo Island and Project Five, as well as via the support of the emerging and established artists who grace the walls of the gallery space year-round.






4a James Street
Waterloo, NSW, 2017

Located 0.4K from Waterloo

Exhibit Interiors


Housed in the PYD Buildings in Waterloo, Exhibit Interiors features an eclectic mix of homewares and furniture aimed to reflect personality and lifestyle. Some of the pieces found inside the Exhibit showroom include Murano glassware and chandeliers from Italy, earthly products and textiles from Africa and India and Australian artefacts.




PYD Building, 197 Young Street
Waterloo, NSW, 2017

Located 0.5K from Waterloo

PYD Building


Featuring some of Waterloo's best furniture retailers, the PYD Building is a one-stop-shop for interior design needs. The building offers eight showrooms ranging from antiques to lighting, which are accessible by both the amateur home decorator and the professional interior designer. Shops include children's specialists Lilly and Lolly, Koda Lighting and antique specialists The Country Trader.




197 Young Street
Waterloo, NSW, 2017

Located 0.5K from Waterloo

The Country Trader


First opening their doors 30 years ago, The Country Trader features an exclusive range of furniture and design pieces, each hand-picked by the owners. A member of the Australian Antique and Art Dealers Association, the historic pieces found in-store meet the highest of standards. The 2000-square-metre gallery space in Waterloo's PYD Building is in the heart of one of Sydney's largest art and design precincts.




PYD Building,
197 Young Street
Waterloo, NSW, 2017

Located 0.5K from Waterloo

Craft Design Realisation


Craft Design Realisation offers hand-crafted timber furniture that's been designed, built and retailed right in the heart of Sydney. All furniture that's on sale in the Waterloo showroom was realised within three kilometres of the space. Specialising in furniture and interiors, the team at Craft Design Realisation also offers a made-to-order service.




35 Lachlan Street
Waterloo, NSW, 2017

Located 0.8K from Waterloo

Graham and Graham Design


Graham and Graham Design are a family run business that specialise in beautiful mid-twentieth century design, furniture, ceramics, lighting and custom handmade lampshades.

They are based in Sydney and have a selective range of quality and professionally restored mid-twentieth century designer furniture (retro and vintage furniture) from both Australia and overseas (Scandinavian and British).

All of their 60s and 70s furniture and Danish furniture is traditionally restored by hand and French Polished. All seating is newly upholstered using quality top fabrics, webbing and foam.




142 Regent Street
Redfern, NSW, 2016

Located 0.9K from Waterloo

Utopia Art Sydney


Utopia Art Sydney is committed to the representation of a small group of Australian and international artists. These include leading members of Papunya Tula Artists and non indigenous artists from Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. Their reputation as one of the leading Aboriginal art galleries owes much to the fact that all of their artists are represented equally.




72 Henderson Road
Alexandria, NSW, 2015

Located 1.0K from Waterloo

Waterloo: Events

Fun Floral workshop


Learn how to make beautiful floral arrangements using best seasonal blooms. They will share the secret to creating gorgeous floral designs. Master the art of flower arranging that you can adapt to home styling , weddings or a gift. Be creative, get new skills and take your creations home. It is the best way to spend weekend morning with like-minded fellow work-shoppers in fun and friendly atmosphere. No experience needed. You will leave blooming with inspirations.


Event Dates
2017
      23rd Sep
      21st Oct
      18th Nov
      9th Dec
      16th Dec


282 Wyndham Street
Alexandria, NSW, 2015

Located 0.6K from Waterloo

Succulent Terrarium Building Workshop For Beginners


Bring some lush greenery indoors! A terrarium is one of the most popular botanical trends in recent times. It is sustainable, low-maintenance indoor garden, and is a beautiful addition to office desks, kitchen tables, or other well-lit spots in your home. No experience needed. Building a terrarium is easy and fun. Terrarium workshop is a perfect way to spend weekend afternoon playing with plants and dirt. Not to mention, It is a great opportunity to meet new people and have cultural experiences.

All workshops start at 1pm.


Event Dates
2017
      20th Aug
      17th Sep
      29th Oct
      26th Nov
      10th Dec


282 Wyndham Street,
The Space Studio
Alexandria, NSW, 2015

Located 0.6K from Waterloo

Sounds of Space


In Sounds of Space the arts and sciences merge, with an immersive projection room showcasing incredible recordings from Space, alongside a curated group show featuring an exciting collection of Australian artists.

Sounds of Space is a free inclusive community event that merges the arts and sciences with two exhibition spaces; a large scale projection room showcasing mind-blowing astrophotography, video and audio recordings from Space, and a curated group show of mixed media works from an exciting collection of Australian artists including disability advocate, Digby Webster and Indigenous artist Karen Lee.

The projection room will feature a rotating program of audio/video works. The first will be a traditional look at the actual electromagnetic resonance recordings from Space and the second will be a look into musical interpretations of the Universe by Classical and Contemporary composers.

This unique exhibition is geared towards inclusive community engagement hoping to spark joy, discovery and awe that lies in the boundless Space surrounding earth.

Special programs and artists will be announced so stay tuned for more details and keep your eyes on the Stars.


Event Dates
2017
      19th Aug
      20th Aug
      22nd Aug
      23rd Aug
      24th Aug
      25th Aug
      26th Aug
      27th Aug


107 Redfern Street
Redfern, NSW, 2016

Located 0.9K from Waterloo

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