Gillies Arcade / Playhouse Lane
Bus Stop C3 King William Street – Eastside, 7 minute walk to Playhouse Lane.
Bus Stop Z2 King William Street – Westside, 7 minute walk to Playhouse Lane.
Parking: UPark Topham Mall: 52-54 Waymouth Street, between Currie and Waymouth Streets.
Entry/Exit: Waymouth Street opposite Bentham Street.
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