Hunter Street, Sydney

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Hunter Street

Hunter Street, Sydney is located in New South Wales
Hunter Street
Hunter Street
Coordinates
General information
Type Street
Length 800 m (0.5 mi)
Major junctions
East end Macquarie Street
West end George Street
Location(s)
Suburb(s) Sydney

Hunter Street is a street in the central business district of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. It stretches from George Street in the west to Macquarie Street in the east. The street was originally named "Bell Street". It is named after Governor Hunter, the second Governor of New South Wales.[1]

A contemporary view of Hunter Street, Sydney and as it appeared in the early 1900s, courtesy of the Powerhouse Museum.

Hunter Street is perhaps most famous for housing the Frankie's Pizza By The Slice, a famous rock music bar and nightclub.

See also

References

  1. ^ Fowles, Joseph (1848). Sydney in 1848. Sydney, Australia: Project Gutenberg Australia.
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