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We walked down the road to Milsons Point and enjoyed the stunning views under the Harbour Bridge and over the harbour to the city and Opera House. Lovely spot at sunset. There are public toilets nearby and cafes/restaurants up the hill in Kirabilly. Such a...More
My family went to the fireworks on new years eve by train from Green Square Station (not far from Surry Hills) to Milsons Point. When we get to Central Station to change train we were told Milsons Point station is closed and had to go...More
First station on the north side of the Habour bridge. Apart from the great train ride, its a short walk down to the harbour foreshore and also Milsons Point Pool and Luna Park, There is a ferry stop which takes you over to Darling Harbour...More
We took the Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point and stopped to enjoy this view of Sydney. There were benches to sit on and experience the view. As many times and places that we went to stop and view the harbour they were all worth it.
It was my girlfriends birthday and her choice was to go to Milsons Point. What a choice it was. I had never been here but my girlfriend had been several times.
The food and service were both impeccable. I asked our waiter if there was...More
North of Sydney can sometimes be much neglected, and Milsons Point can offer a nice different perspective of Sydney Harbour. Easily accessible by public train, and of course, walk back on the bridge back to the city.
While at Milsons Point, do check out some...More
Everyone wants to get that postcard photo of Sydney's iconic skyline.
My top tips as a photographer (MRyan Photography) are:
1. Get there early, an hour before sunset and find the right angle. Tour buses come on a weekend with hundreds of people cramming into...More
Though I've never been here myself, I'm not from Sydney, and I don't live in Australia any more, I recommended Milson's Point as a picnic location for three of us -- myself, a friend visiting from the Central Coast, and my boyfriend (visiting Australia from...More