The fancy Magistic floaters take you on a range of cruises, ranging from the one-hour sightseeing cruise (from $25) offering all the...
King Street Wharf
Cockle Bay Wharf in ultramodern metal drag, the $800-million King St Wharf continues the Darling Harbour precinct north beyond Pyrmont...
Settle in for a three-hour, three-course dinner cruise on this paddlesteamer, complete with cabaret singers, showgirls flashing their...
The Loft is far from lofty – it’s more like an open-plan office space – but the walls fold back and disappear, sweeping your eye out...
Din Tai Fung
Wharf 7, Pyrmont · interesting places nearby
James Craig information
The James Craig is a hulking three-masted iron barque built in England in 1874 that's normally moored outside the Maritime Museum. It sails out beyond the heads roughly twice-monthly (bookings essential). Trips include morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a sea shanty or three.