Room 10 is hidden down one of Darlinghurst Road’s side streets, and it's the ideal spot for your morning coffee. With tables that flow out onto Llankelly Place, this cosy cafe serves some of the best coffee in the Kings Cross area, and is just a short walk from Nesuto Woolloomooloo.
Take a stroll through the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens and see all the plants and wildlife that live there. Or grab your book and bring a picnic blanket along, and have a relaxing afternoon in the sunshine!
The Art Gallery of New South Wales celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, and is undertaking a huge expansion is scheduled for completion in 2022. It is one of Australia’s flagship art museums and the state’s leading visual arts institution. With its huge display of Australian and international art, this is the perfect way to spend your day.
If you're in the mood for some yoga, check out the classes at Woke Yoga Potts Point, just a 10-minute walk from Nesuto Woolloomooloo. Choose from Yin Yoga, Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa and more, to book the perfect practice for you.
Named after a Kings Cross bar owned by the notorious 1940s gangster Abe Saffron, The Roosevelt is full of references to the Prohibition era. This upscale New York-style bar and diner with an Americana-themed tapas menu and a private poker den is a place you'll want to get lost in.
Hayes Theatre Co is a not for profit company, named after Australian musical theatre legend, Nancye Hayes AM, the venue is dedicated to honouring the vast history of Australian musical theatre and its practitioners and developing the next generation of performers, creatives and producers.