Potts Point may be filled with elegant Art Deco architecture and romantic terrace houses from the 1920s, but its most exclusive property is neither its theatres nor its homes. Patio tables, cafe chairs, and restaurant stoops are Potts Point's most sought-after real estate. As the capital of cafe culture, Potts Point attracts all the –istas—baristas, fashionistas, touristas, and philanthropistas meet for coffee in this renovated industrial neighborhood. For more divey digs, Kings Cross awaits minutes away.See 165 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Potts Point: A Local Love Affair In Inner Sydney
Potts Point is Sydney's most cosmopolitan neighbourhood (akin to Soho in London and East Village in NYC). Lined with beautiful trees, it starts at the Harbour and is filled with cafes and restaurants."
Artisanal Bread, Cheese, and Coffee
Potts Point is now becoming a sought-after suburb of Sydney because it's walking distance to the city, has great restaurants and a big nightlife, and is close to all the tourist attractions."
Chic Bars and Designer Dining
The Look of Potts Point
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David Maurice Smith is a Canadian photographer based in Sydney whose work focuses on travel, reportage, and long-term documentary stories. He is drawn to personal stories and is fascinated by the circumstances that are reflected in each of us. He works hard to visually explore and explain the inspiring, tragic, or somewhere in-between… In 2012 David joined Australia's prestigious Photographic Collective, Oculi.
David Maurice Smith
Tobias Rowles is a Sydney based photographer working in both the art and commercial worlds. He specialises in people and lifestyle photography that celebrates the ‘everyday’ and shoots for a wide range of local and international advertising clients. Tobias also maintains a constant focus on personal projects, many of which have received considerable critical acclaim.