The City's Backyard: Surry Hills
of Sydney can have been so greatly transformed as Surry Hills,
aptly described by historian Christopher Keating as "the
Heritage architect Roy
Lumby led a great walk, with many highlights
along the way.
included a building for Toohey's Limited (above), Sharpies
Golf House, Elizabeth House, the Droga Apartment, the Albion
Street Children's Court, the Railway Institute Building, the
Amalgamated Engineering Building, the Reader's Digest Building,
the W.C. Penfold Building, and the distinctive United
A walk booklet containing more detailed information about
buildings featured here can be obtained from the Society.