The Kings Cross is a well known place in Sydney. There were times when this district in Sydney was home to rich art and music as it housed numerous concerts and theatres. Over the decades, it has gradually transformed into an area driven by nightclubs, strip clubs, bars and a few restaurants. Kings cross was the Bohemian district of Sydney for a really long time. The area can be characterized by one word: Rebellion!
However, it currently houses the thickest population of Australia within its considerably small area. It houses the famous and historic El Alamein Fountain which decorates the entrance to the Fitzroy Gardens. The Railway Station of this district is known as the Kings Cross Railway Station and is a well known landmark for tourists and visitors. The Risque, the Empire Hotel, and the giant billboard featuring the brand advertisement of Coca Cola are the other widely famed attractions of the Kings Cross. Visit 2 Weeks in Australia Itinerary for an unforgettable Australia travel experience.
Kings Cross is free to explore but it is very much recommended to buy tickets for Kings Cross from under the tours and the tickets section as it would give you a clear insight into the place with all its history. Kings Cross ticket prices are also a great deal given the significance and other inclusions that you would be getting while purchasing Kings Cross tickets. For an unforgettable experience of Australia, book tickets for Kings Cross immediately while you make a plan using Sydney journey planner to get best deals!
- The King’s Cross also has its famous Fire Station which has been recently notified as being registered as a National Estate.
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- Nearest Station: King's Cross station
- Fratelli Paradiso
- Hugo’s Bar Pizza
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56.89% of people who visit Sydney include Kings Cross in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
33.95% of people start their Kings Cross visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kings Cross
91.72% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kings Cross