Redfern Station Upgrade - New Southern Concourse Streetscape Co-design

Welcome to the Redfern Station Upgrade, New Southern Concourse streetscape co-design working group. This will be a central hub for the working group to support the co-design program. We will be using this page to share updates, information and collect your feedback in between co-design workshops.

Transport for NSW is upgrading Redfern Station. The upgrade will make access easier for all customers and improve connections between the station and key destinations in the local area. We know that residents want a great outcome for their neighbourhood.


Transport for NSW, in collaboration with City of Sydney Council, is inviting local residents to be part of the next stage of the design process for the new streetscape and public domain around Little Eveleigh and Marian Streets through a co-design process. 

The co-design process will involve a series of independently facilitated workshops to give locals an opportunity to help shape the look and feel of the shared zones on Little Eveleigh and Marian Streets.

The co-design process will take place over four themed workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Setting the scene
  • Workshop 2: How will the area work?
  • Workshop 3: How will the area feel?
  • Workshop 4: Refinement and agree

Workshop 1 and 2 Summary now available in the Documents tab.

Use our Self-guided tour map of shared zones and public domain for some inspiration ahead of Workshop 3.

Welcome to the Redfern Station Upgrade, New Southern Concourse streetscape co-design working group. This will be a central hub for the working group to support the co-design program. We will be using this page to share updates, information and collect your feedback in between co-design workshops.

Transport for NSW is upgrading Redfern Station. The upgrade will make access easier for all customers and improve connections between the station and key destinations in the local area. We know that residents want a great outcome for their neighbourhood.


Transport for NSW, in collaboration with City of Sydney Council, is inviting local residents to be part of the next stage of the design process for the new streetscape and public domain around Little Eveleigh and Marian Streets through a co-design process. 

The co-design process will involve a series of independently facilitated workshops to give locals an opportunity to help shape the look and feel of the shared zones on Little Eveleigh and Marian Streets.

The co-design process will take place over four themed workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Setting the scene
  • Workshop 2: How will the area work?
  • Workshop 3: How will the area feel?
  • Workshop 4: Refinement and agree

Workshop 1 and 2 Summary now available in the Documents tab.

Use our Self-guided tour map of shared zones and public domain for some inspiration ahead of Workshop 3.

Redfern shared zone public domain ideas

8 months

We want to know what you value and want to consider as we design the streetscapes of Little Eveleigh Street and Marian Street, Redfern. 

Streetscapes are important to us for a lot of different reasons. These include providing a place to do business, socialise, relax or enjoy open spaces, parks and fauna.

Workshop 3 will focus on your ideas and aspirations for how the shared area steetscape will 'look and feel'.

Use the Self-guided shared zone tour map plus other great examples you have come across and share your ideas with us using the the 'places pin tool'. 

  1. Take a picture of a place or item along Little Eveleigh Street or Marian Street (optional).
  2. Drop a pin on the map within the boundary (you can add multiple pins and comments).
  3. Add a description about the selected item/ location, including detail of why it would work well in Redfern.

To help guide your thinking, we have grouped pins into these categories:

  • accessibility
  • street furniture
  • landscaping
  • public art
  • 'intuitive' design elements (such as footpath surface textures or colours) 
  • other elements.

Please remember to use appropriate language within this forum and respect other participant contributions.