D E A STORE | SYDNEY

146 Regent St
Redfern NSW 2016
AUSTRALIA

phone        +61 2 9698 8150
email          hello@thedeastore.com
web            www.thedeastore.com
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Located on vibrant Regent Street, Redfern, we are just 4 minutes down the hill from Redfern train station.

Open Tuesday to Sunday - check our hours (in case of any changes due to Public Holidays).

Pop by and say hello, explore the other great stores nearby, then finish with a gelato, a bite to eat or a drink at one of many of the local bars and restaurants! Redfern has so much to offer!

For directions and attractions see below:

BY CAR

Regent Street is one way, two lane traffic. We are located on the right hand side, after the BP Service Station and just before the next set of lights. On-street parking is available on both sides of the street - no clear-ways. Parking is available in sides streets, as well as a public parking space on Cope Street - turn left off Regent, into Raglan Street and continue up Cope Street to find public parking on the upper right side.

BY BUS

Take a 308 or 309 directly to Regent Street (Stand A - Elizabeth Street opposite Sheraton on the Park) 10 mins

BY TRAIN

Just 10-15 minutes from Central or Town Hall Station

ON FOOT

40 mins from city centre

30 mins from Surry Hills

20 mins from Erskineville

 

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Ciccone & Sons Gelato (directly across from The DEA Store)

The Bearded Tit - Voted Best Neighbourhood Bar in Sydney (diagonally across from The DEA Store)

Redfern Fruit Market - freshly squeezed juices from $3.00 (directly opposite The DEA Store)

Happy Ds Dumpling Bar - Dumplings and Beer - check their site for opening hours

Arcadia Liquors - near the top of the hill - cute wine bar serving toasted sandwiches

Redfern Continental - eatery and make sure to check out the wood panelled bar at the back

Blake Antiques - hidden treasure around the corner from our store - Blake the owner is extremely knowledgable about antiques and can restore almost anything. A popular haunt for magazine stylists looking for opulent props

Scout's Honour for lunch or breakfast - famous for their bountiful, colourful salads, wraps, soups and stews