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If you only came to Sydney to eat out, you couldn't do any better than stay here for a week. A lovely hotel with so many neighbouring restaurants of excellent quality. Great waterside views of the harbour and an easy walk to the Art Gallery,...More
This old wharf which goes back to 1913 was once a shipping port and terminal and has been converted into a boutique hotel and apartments. It was also known as the Finger Wharf. It is an interesting area .
We viewed this wharf during our boat tour of the harbour with Sensational Cruises of Sydney. The old building has been brought back to life by converting it into luxury accommodation, a hotel and restaurants. Apparently, Russell Crowe owns the penthouse which has impressive views...More
We had a friend living in an amazing waterside apartment here- so it was a very privileged moment to be able to visit her and to savour a roast lamb lunch there. The views are just generally highly impressive. The Woolloomooloo Naval Yards can be...More
This area has a very old history with it being forgotten for many years, with its old building being left boarded up. The area has now found life again with its redevelopment into a lovely vibey place to eat, stroll and enjoy a different area...More
I enjoyed this wharf immensely. On the right side of the wharf were military boats. There were many of them.
On the left side, we could have a drink or a meal. There were many statues there as well and they were for sale.
Visiting Sydney or have friends visiting Sydney .
It’s great to eat on the water , especially Sydney Harbour .
This address boasts a few of Sydney’s iconic restaurant addresses.
But if your household $ budget doesn’t have the “ black or platinum encrypted 2nd...More
Nice spot to visit. We stayed in an apartment on the Wharf overlooking the navy vessels. It was very interesting, always something happening although that does mean it was always a little noisy too, but manageable.
A number of restaurants, all were good that we...More