Pitt Street is a major street in central Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The street runs through the entire city centre from Circular Quay in the north to Waterloo, although today's street is in two disjointed sections after a substantial stretch of it was removed to make way for Sydney's Central Railway Station. Pitt Street is well known for the pedestrianised retail centre Pitt Street Mall, a section of the street which runs from Market Street to King Street.
The street is one way (northbound only) from Railway Square to Pitt Street Mall and (southbound only) from Circular Quay to Pitt Street Mall, while Pitt Street Mall is pedestrianised. The northern section of the street, from Railway Square to Circular Quay, is dominated by retail and commercial office space, while the southern section, from Railway Square through Redfern to Waterloo, is predominantly residential with some light commercial and industrial use.