Schedule 3 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Oxford Street Darlinghurst Precinct and is set out below.
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Oxford Street-Darlinghurst precinct
(Section 49 (3))
Liverpool Street, from its intersection with Oxford Street, east to its intersection with Victoria Street.
Victoria Street, from its intersection with Liverpool Street, south and south-west to its intersection with Oxford Street.
Oxford Street, from its intersection with Victoria Street, east to its intersection with Barcom Avenue and South Dowling Street.
South Dowling Street, from its intersection with Oxford Street and Barcom Avenue, south to its intersection with Flinders Street.
Flinders Street, from its intersection with South Dowling Street, north-north-west to its intersection with Albion Street.
Albion Street, from its intersection with Flinders Street, west to its intersection with Bourke Street.
Bourke Street, from its intersection with Albion Street, north to its intersection with Campbell Street.
Campbell Street, from its intersection with Bourke Street, west to its intersection with Riley Street.
Riley Street, from its intersection with Campbell Street, north to its intersection with Oxford Street.
Oxford Street, from its intersection with Riley Street, north-west to its intersection with Liverpool Street.
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