Belvoir Street

There’s more to Belvoir Street than the famous theatre.

The street also has a church, a housing estate, some 80-style apartments, some workers cottages, and some traditional eastern suburbs terraces.

It’s a bit of a Surry Hills microcosm, in some ways.

Sometimes it’s narrow. Sometimes it’s wide.

At this time of the year, the trees are mostly without leaves, so you really don’t get to see what a beautiful street it is.

I love it!

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