A community precinct for social purpose with philanthropy at its heart
Discover Yirranma Place
This historic building, 262 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst, is now renamed Yirranma Place.
It has been lovingly restored, and reimagined as a social purpose precinct with philanthropy at its heart.
“Yirranma” is translated from Gadigal to “many-create”. This indicates the purpose of the precinct - a place where people come together to create and connect in the Darlinghurst neighbourhood. Yirranma Place is a space where for-purpose organisations, social enterprises, and people working for social change can collaborate; and for the local community to enjoy, from picking up a coffee to browsing displays, or attending an event.
Core Art Collection
A ground-breaking core art collection that brings together First Nations women telling their stories.View Exhibit
Magnificent forged-steel gates and a stunning portico mural connect to the site’s history as Gadigal land.View Exhibit
People of Darlinghurst
An interactive portrait gallery celebrates the people who make up Darlinghurst's local community.View Exhibit
Streets of Darlinghurst
The story of our neighbourhood over time.View Exhibit
Listen to Darlinghurst
Contemporary voices and stories of the past, illuminate Darlinghurst’s diverse communities.View Exhibit
The Paul Ramsay Foundation
Who is the Paul Ramsay Foundation and how do they work with partners to break the cycle of disadvantage?View Exhibit