Argyle Place, Observatory Park - Sydney, NSW

Argyle Place, Observatory Park

Argyle Place, a delightful corner of old Sydney, lies below Observatory Park.

Through Argyle Cut, the Argyle Arts Centre in the old bond store offers an intriguing spot to linger; you can shop as well as watch craftsmen at work on silverware, copperware, leather goods, pottery, stained glass, and art enamels. For dinner you might try the Argyle Tavern on Argyle Street.

Church of the Holy Trinity, built in 1840 on Argyle Place, was the first Garrison Church of the Colony, where the members of the Queen's regiment worshipped. Its interior is especially graceful.


Argyle place
Sydney, NSW, 2000