Location

The entrance to the artist precinct (Read Place) is at the “Georges Heights” sign on the corner of Middle Head Rd & Best Ave (opposite Cobbittee St).  There is a Car Park near Frenchy’s Cafe (+ 2 more parking areas off Best Ave).  Mu Studio Gallery is located in “The Gardener’s Cottage” a short walk down the path towards the harbour … surrounded by 20 artist studios, 3 art schools, Frenchy’s Cafe, bush-­walking tracks, historic fortifications and a spectacular view to the entrance of Sydney Harbour.

Download and print the map on this page             View google map

HARBOUR WALK
Our location in Headland Park is part of a beautiful harbour side walk.  This map link includes the walk via Taronga Zoo Wharf and Balmoral Beach   View pdf map – Harbour to Spit walk
BUS | FERRY

OPTION 1  Bus 244 City to Chowder Bay, Mosman (our bus stop is on the corner of Middle Head Rd & Cobbittee St).  Bus 244 map link: https://citymapper.com/sydney/bus/bus-244?lang=en

OPTION 2 Bus M30 Sydenham via Central Station to Taronga Zoo Mosman (our nearest bus stop cnr Military Rd & Raglan St) then 15 minute walk along Military Rd & Middle Head Rd to our location  M30 map link: https://citymapper.com/sydney/bus/bus-m30?lang=en

OPTION 3 catch a ferry from Cirular Quay to Mosman Bay Wharf, then Bus 230 to the corner of Military Rd & Avenue Rd.  Then 15 minute walk along Military Rd & Middle Head Rd, right at the corner of Best Ave to Read Place  View google map

OPTION 4  catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo Wharf, then Bus 238 to the corner of Middle Head Rd & Beaconsfield Rd. Then 10 minute walk along Middle Head Rd, right at the corner of Best Ave to Read Place   View google map

OPTION 5  catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo Wharf, then a picturesque 90 minute harbour side walk to Headland Park Artist Precinct  View pdf map – Harbour walk


HEADLAND PARK ARTIST PRECINCT

ARTISTS STUDIOS | ART SCHOOLS | ART CONSERVATION | CAFE

The Headland Artists are a thriving artistic community situated in a cluster of historic military buildings, overlooking the entrance to Sydney Harbour at Georges Heights in Mosman.

Once the home of the Borogegal people, for almost 150 years the headland was a strategic military post used for the protection of Sydney Harbour with fortifications and barracks.

Now the old army buildings have been converted into the Headland Park Artist Precinct, with 20 working artists’ studios, 3 art schools, Coburn’s art conservation and Mu Gallery, with painters, sculptors and potters working together as a community.

Surrounding the artists’ studios are bush-walking tracks with harbour views, historic fortifications and Frenchy’s Café.

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