The newly developed finger Wharf extends out into Woolloomoolloo Bay and prides itself on ultra modern architecture blended with the rich history of the old wool storage wharf.
Enjoy some of Sydney’s finest dining experiences all within walking distance and spy some very famous faces (like Russell Crowe and John Laws - to name drop a couple) while dining above the water, overlooking the stunning Botanical gardens.
Things To Do in Woolloomooloo
Some of Sydney's best restaurants are located on the Wharf at Woolloomooloo, and there is vibrant nightlife and clubs a 10 minute walk in Potts Point. Climb aboard a naval ship on open day or have a pie at Harry's Cafe de Wheels. Walk to the city across the Domain and Botanic Gardens or wander down to Rushcutters Bay for a picnic.
History of Woolloomooloo
Historically the bay was used to host merchant ships, old steamers and played a social scene for thirsty sailors. It now welcomes urbane clientele in search of luxury, fine dining and spectacular views.
Landmarks in Woolloomooloo
Australian Navy's historic Garden Island is located here. The NSW Art Gallery, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Circular Quay and the Opera House are all walking distance.
Shopping in Woolloomooloo
There are specialized stalls and Sydney's main shopping district is walking distance.
Restaurants & Cafes in Woolloomooloo
Harry's Cafe De Wheels, serves pies 24 hours a day and has turned into an Australian icon and a Sydney institution. There are a multitude of waterfront al fresco dining experiences and chic bars.
Sports & Fitness in Woolloomooloo
The Spa Chakra, a premier day spa is located inside W Sydney.
Transport in Woolloomooloo
Well serviced by public transport with bus, train and ferry services all nearby.
Transportation in Woolloomooloo
The city centre is approximately 10 minutes walk.
Transport Centre in Woolloomooloo
Kings Cross train station, or walk to the city to connect to numerous buses and other transport.
Schools, Institutions, Hospitals in Woolloomooloo
There is the Australian Academy Of Decorative Arts, the Sydney Distance Education High School and SDN Woolloomooloo Early Learning Centre.