Oxford Street is one of the most iconic thoroughfares in Australia and is lined with cafes, boutiques and bars. The Intersection shopping precinct is a hub for local Australian designers, with stores by Sass and Bide, Zimmermann, Camilla and Ksubi.
Today many of the Heritage-listed terrace houses strung along Oxford Street have been reimagined as artisan chocolatiers and upscale cafes. The Oxford Street precinct is also home to several cultural institutions, including the Australian Museum and National Art School.
After dark, Oxford Street transforms into one of the most coveted nightlife destinations in Sydney home to a variety of bars, live music venues and clubs. Oxford Street is also a hub for Sydney's vibrant LGBTQ scene, while green spaces like Moore Park and Centennial Park are ideal for relaxing and picnicking.
Oxford Street is located in Sydney’s city centre and stretches from Whitlam Square to Bondi Junction, passing through the suburbs of Darlinghurst and Paddington. Oxford Street is serviced by several train stations, including Bondi Junction on the Eastern Suburbs line and Museum Station on the City Circle route. Sydney Airport is a 20-minute drive away.