We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
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
Woolloomooloo wharf has some lovely restaurants to chose from if you would like a meal.
It also has some really nice and extremely expensive apartments in it.
The Gladiator, Russell Crow has an apartment on the end of it.
It also has some good views...More
Another name of Woolloomooloo Wharf is a Finger Wharf. It’s situated in Woolloomooloo Bay. This wharf was built in 1915 and used to load troops for the world war in Europe. It became the longest timbered-piled wharf in the world. Besides during its 70 years...More
Walkable from Holiday Inn Pots Point, I had a great walk in the morning along the well paved banks and enjoyed the morning views. Apart from a great walking trail, the place has a great naval dockyard and you can get a visual treat also....More