Respect the legacy.
Forge the future.
We are South Eveleigh.
South Eveleigh, with borders to Alexandria, Eveleigh and a stone’s throw away from Redfern Station, is quickly emerging as Sydney’s newest drinking and dining attraction. South Eveleigh has been undergoing transformation since 2016, evolving the area into a vibrant new destination for diverse dining, drinking, work, shopping and health & wellness for the local community.
South Eveleigh was the birthplace of the Eveleigh Railway Workshops, Australia’s national rail network in the 19th century. As well as having significant historical relevance for industrial Australia, the site is one with important Indigenous legacy. South Eveleigh is working with local Indigenous community groups to ensure this legacy is represented.
Public art plays a central role at South Eveleigh. ‘Eveleigh Treehouse’ 2019 by Nell and Cave Urban and ‘Interchange Pavilion’ 2020 by Chris Fox, both curated by Carriageworks, are two major pieces unveiled.
Acknowledgement of Country
Eveleigh is Gadigal Country. We acknowledge their ongoing connection to and ownership of this land and pay our respects to past, present and emerging elders.
Getting to South Eveleigh
South Eveleigh sits on the fringe of the city, just a few minutes’ walk from Redfern Station. It is just over 2km from Central Station, 5km south of the Central Sydney CBD and 8km north of Sydney Airport. It is also within easy walking distance of Sydney University and UTS Sydney.
There are direct bus links from Sydney CBD and Marrickville Metro which stop on Henderson Road in front of South Eveleigh.
Cycling to South Eveleigh is easy with bike racks located throughout Innovation Plaza, in front of all buildings right down to the skate park.
The public carpark is available at 2 Central Avenue, Eveleigh.
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