Bordered by Loftus Street on one side and Young Street on the other, Loftus Lane is located in the heart of Sydney at Circular Quay.
Loftus Lane’s commanding position formed part of the original gardens of First Government House, the site sitting along the Circular Quay foreshore and providing curtilage to arguably the most important building of the first settlement.
Contemporary architecture befitting a heritage context stands alongside carefully restored heritage buildings and lush parklands in what is an unparalleled city-making initiative.
The sandstone buildings along Bridge Street define the character of this area. Similarly, Customs House, Hinchcliff House and the Gallipoli Memorial Club contribute to area’s historic character while Macquarie Place Park is a remnant of the original English settlement and its garden setting.