Precinct 75, located in Sydney’s inner-west is a growing alternative hub for local artisans and small business. In a period 1900’s building with bold character and exposed timber, makes you feel inspired.
Home of the ever graceful Siberia Court’s The Society Inc. described as “a rambling warehouse and imaginarium that plays host to her favourite treasures as well as pieces she has designed.” you’ll be sure to spend hours glaring at the beautiful spaces.
Photo: The Society Inc.
Other makers include Buttercream Bakery, and if the name doesn’t tempt you enough you can swing by to the botanical space they’ve created for you to eat your cake pop.
Photo: Buttercream Bakery
There is ample on-site parking, a café, bakery, gym, micro-brewery, urban winery, hair studios, floral designer, monthly market day and a great range of interesting showrooms to take a stroll through.
On the second Saturday of each month you can visit the precinct for their market day which gives you the opportunity to shop and meet and greet the makers.
Photo: Precinct 75