As you may have noticed, lately Cali Press cafe’s have been popping up all over Sydney! It’s been an extremely exciting time for us and we’ve really loved getting to know the ‘ins and outs’ of all of our communities. This is why we thought it would be a great idea to share with you guys some of the gathered intel on each of our new home’s locations.
WHERE: 2/16 HALL ST
WHO: One of Sydney’s most densely populated suburbs. Here you’ll find loyal, local beach bums, tourists and the health-oriented Sydney-sider.
WHAT: 1km stretch of beach to lie on for hours, serious surfers to join or simply watch carve it up, picture perfect moments from Icebergs terrace, try out some tricks in the skate park, browse markets on a Saturday and check out some emerging fashion brands on Hall St.
WHERE: 140B MACPHERSON ST
WHO: A mixed bag of families, teens and anyone who just loves the heck out of the beach!
WHAT: Natural rock pools, a free man made pool, the beach (of course) and a huge park great for long Sunday afternoon picnics!
WHERE: 215 COOGEE BAY RD
WHO: Backpackers, laid-back locals, families, kiddies and all their friends too.
WHAT: They don’t call it cool, calm, and collected for no reason! With its ‘beachside meets small village’ feel, here you’ll find yourself enjoying long and lazy Sunday’s filled with extended brunches, cliff top walks and hours spent at the iconic Wylie’s baths.
WHERE: KIAORA PLACE, 451 NEW SOUTH HEAD RD
WHO: Families, children, teens and fitness junkies of a mix both young and old.
WHAT: Sydney’s premiere seaside celebrity is a central meeting spot amongst quiet & leafy surroundings. Take strolls through the hidden arcades and be sure to browse the stylish shopping district lined with designer stores.
WHERE: 475 CROWN ST
WHO: Emerging artists, business folk, freelance whoevers and you may even spot a celebrity or two!
WHAT: Stroll down the slim streets, examine plaques that hallmark new sophistication on renovated terrace houses, bliss out in one of the hidden parks or stop to inspire your mind with the works of playwrights and emerging Australian artists.