Food and other services near our Hospital

There are five cafés on the Randwick Health Campus.

The Volunteer Garden Coffee Shop is on level 1 of the Clinical Sciences Building. It also sells food, magazines, personal items and gifts.

The Barker St Café and Windscreens Café are at the Barker Street entrance.

The Star Café is in Sydney Children’s Hospital near the High Street entrance, and the Prince of Wales Private Hospital has a café on level 7.

These cafés sell hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, salads and a range of hot meals.

There is usually at least one café open from 7.00am to 7.00pm each day of the week, but the times do change so please check with enquiry desk staff on 9382 2291.

There are 24 hour vending machines for snacks and cold drinks throughout the hospital. You will need cash to use these machines.

On Level 0 in the Barker Street entrance you will also find a florist, a gift shop and retail pharmacy. This pharmacy is called the Hospital Foyer Pharmacy and can be contacted on 9382 8800. 

Automatic Teller Machine (ATMs) can be found on Level 0 near the Barker Street entrance, and on Level 2 near the High Street entrance.

There is a multi-faith chapel for you and your family to use. It is located on Level 0 of the Campus Centre near the Barker St entrance.

Currently there is no free wifi on the Randwick campus.

Barmbli Place at the High St entrance of Prince of Wales Hospital is where you can come for a cuppa, yarn or just sit while a family member is in hospital. 

The hospital does not have any laundry facilities.

There are many shops and services close to the hospital including supermarkets, pharmacists, greengrocers, post offices, cafés, newsagent, a range of retail shops and a cinema. For more information go to:

Randwick Shopping Precinct

The Spot

Smoking is only permitted in two designated smoking areas, one near the Barker St entrance and the second is on Princess Avenue. All patients, carers, visitors and staff are expected to only smoke in these areas. If you cannot get to one of these areas please speak with your doctor to organise nicotine replacement therapy, counselling or other support services while you are in hospital.