We're at Sub Base Platypus

Our new location is a little hidden and finding us can be tricky! Once you are here, you will fall in love with our beautiful, unique, waterfront location.  


Sub Base Platypus  
Building 10-08  
118-120 High Street  
North Sydney, NSW, 2060  
Cammeraygal Land

Opening hours

Monday - Tuesday 10.00am - 4.00pm (By Appointment Only)
Wednesday - Saturday, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sunday, Closed

Locating the store

Ferry travellers

The North Sydney ferry station is a 3-minute walk from the store. When you exit the station, turn right and follow the path to Sub Base Platypus. Continue along the boardwalk. Koskela is the first shop on the corner.

Train travellers

The closest train station is Milsons Point. The store is a 10 minute walk from here. We recommend putting our address in Google Maps and following the directions. Once you arrive at 118-120 High Street, follow further instructions below.

Car travellers

We recommend putting our address into Google Maps and following the directions. Unfortunately, the Sub Base Platypus Carpark is temporarily closed due to construction but don't worry, there is plenty of free parking on High Street.  

Arriving via High Street

These instructions are for train and car travellers.

Walk down 'Platypus Lane', through the boomgate, and down towards the water. Rest assured, very little traffic uses this laneway.

Once you reach the bottom of the driveway (as it curves to the left) you will see stairs that lead you directly to the waterfront. Take these stairs down and we are the first shop on your left.

Call us!

If you need any further assistance finding us, please contact Customer Service.

02 9280 0999

For interior consultations

Reserved parking is available if you have made an appointment with one of our interior consultants. They will provide further information when you book.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We pay our respects to First Nations knowledge holders and recognise the unceded lands on which we live, work, and learn. 

Always was,  
Always will be,  
Aboriginal Land.