Surry Hills Hairdresser Sydney NSW

Surry hills Hairdresser studio

On Crown Street just off Oxford Street Since 2001

KAZARI (japanese) –  verb kazaru has a spiritual connotation ‘to decorate, to adorn’ 

Welcome to Kazari HAIR STUDIO
Located 5 min walk from Sydney CBD and Business District

A boutique Surry hills Hairdresser on Crown Street , right in the heart of Surry Hills. Personalised hair care service is a passion of owner/stylist Sharni. Pop in for a colour, luxurious treatment or stylish haircut and relax in the Japanese tea house inspired environment – guaranteed to make you feel like a star.

Please visit us or call us to book an appointment today.

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KAZARI IS Surry hills hairdresser studio IN THE SYDNEY CBD

Discover Surry Hills, the eclectic heart of this Sydney inner CBD suburb, a plethora of some of the city’s best options for bars, restaurants. hairdressers and more than its share of diverse cultures.

Once home to Sydney’s clothing trade, this buzz filled inner city suburb has converted and re-zoned its industrial warehouses into trendy gallery spaces and million-dollar apartments. On the southern reaches of Sydney’s CBD centre, Surry Hills is a suburb of contrasts, the streets are lined with blooms of jacaranda trees, upscale clothing boutiques and renovated terrace homes, as well as edgy pubs and bars with the odd colourful character. But the suburbs most defining characteristic is an ever-changing food scene. It’s home to some of the best coffee in the Sydney, and there’s no shortage of new eateries, serving everything from Italian wood oven pizzas to award-winning Japanese dishes.

Don’t miss

* The excellent coffee culture, breakfast and late dinner options
* Spend a day perusing the high-end eclectic boutiques and funky vintage stores on Crown Street
* See a live performance at the acclaimed Belvoir Street Theatre

How to get there

Surry Hills is the most central suburb in Sydney, Next to Darlinghurst, Stone throw from Ultimo and walking distance to central park, Sydney CBD, with access to the Sydney cricket ground and Paddington suburb.
Sydney’s Central Station lies on the western edge of Surry Hills and services all city train lines. Buses run from the city center to Crown Street in the heart of Surry Hills and take 25 minutes. Surry Hills is about a 20-minute taxi ride from Sydney Airport.

Shop the amazing boutiques along Crown Street

Crown Street is no doubt the retail hub in Surry Hills. Music lovers need to go past TITLE  from vinyl records to books and CDs. Recycled clothing has a new home at vintage hotspot Cream on Crown, while Somedays is the leader in  Nordic fashion. Elegant and eclectic, Collector Store is like a gallery for homewares and fashion from local and well sort after international designers, equally on par with The Standard Store, which stocks an amazing range of hand-chosen pieces showing the finest fabrics and designs from around the globe. You’ll also find French fashion label APC on Crown Street — it’s the first store in Sydney for French brands, known for minimal designs and raw cut denim.


Eat out at some of Sydney’s best cafes and restaurants


Surry Hills is a foodie mecca. Bourke Street BakeryBills and Four Ate Five are breakfast favourites with top barissta coffee. Artificer Coffee has a food-free coffee menu that’s as minimalist as its floor-to-ceiling American oak interior. Paramount Coffee Project does a scrumptious take on American Deep South breakfasts, while Reuben Hills offers a South American flavour. Butter is an unexpected mix of fried chicken restaurant, joggers store, and Champagne bar, while Nomad is all about amazing Mediterranean dishes to share. At the higher end of the eatery spectrum is Toko, serving award-winning Japanese. Longrain is a Sydney best, famed for its authentic South-East Asian cuisine.


Get ready to bar hop around Surry Hills


Want a bar for every occasion?  Then Surry Hills is the place to visit, from an easy afternoon beer in The Beresford‘s outdoor beer garden, to dust off your dancing shoes at The Soda Factory, comes with diner-like booths and old school retro tunes. Among the most popular crowd pleasers is the recently renovated Dolphin Hotel, with electric buzzing bar areas, intimate dining room, and open-air terrace all in a modern three-level heritage building. Tapping into the small bar movement is the Button Bar, adorned with dark timber, candlelight and a huge cocktail list. Wine lovers ought to visit MV Bistro & Wine Bar for Italian classics food matched with quality regional Italian wine.

Must see a  performance at the Belvoir Street Theatre


It is the home of Belvoir, one of Australia’s most prestigious theatre companies, this theatre stages amazing performances year round. It stages the talents of some of the country’s biggest playwriters, directors, actors, and set designers. It’s a surprisingly intimate,  seating just 350 theatregoers in the upstairs theatre and 80 in the smaller downstairs theatre. Many of Australia’s most famous actors have performed at the Belvoir.