This section of Dawes Point waterfront was Sydney’s busiest before the advent of container shipping and the construction of new port...
A quiet, English-style village green lined with terraced houses, Argyle Pl offers the sacred appeal of the Garrison Church and the more...
Also known as Holy Trinity (1843), this chunky sandstone Anglican church on the western side of the Argyle Cut was the colony’s first...
Roslyn Packer Theatre Walsh Bay
Opened in 2004, this is the most significant theatre built in the city since the Sydney Opera House. The state-of-the-art facility seats...
Branches of this acclaimed Italian restaurant, paired with the associated Fratelli Fresh providore, have been popping up all over town....
Compact, classy and never snooty, Firefly’s outdoor candlelit tables fill with pretheatre patrons having a quick meal before the show (Sydney Theatre is across the road). Come after 8pm when the audience has taken its seats, and tuck into some grilled haloumi, piquillo pepper croquettes and fine wine. Great cocktails, too.