Sze Yup Temple
This humble backstreet temple was opened in 1898 by immigrants from the Sze Yup area of China. It’s dedicated to 3rd-century folk hero...
Sydney Fish Market
This piscatorial precinct on Blackwattle Bay shifts over 15 million kilograms of seafood annually, and has retail outlets, restaurants,...
Jubilee & Bicentennial Parks
These two rolling, grassy parks merge together to offer some tasty views across Rozelle Bay, and of both the Anzac and Harbour Bridges....
Bald Rock Hotel
Surrounded by brick walls and mechanics in Rozelle’s industrial hollows, this blue-collar pub (1876) has ripped out the scungy carpets...
Boathouse on Blackwattle Bay
The best restaurant in Glebe, and one of the best seafood restaurants in Sydney. Offerings range from oysters so fresh you’d think you...
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Anzac Bridge information
Completed in 1996, Sydney’s other eye-catching bridge spans Johnstons Bay, connecting Pyrmont and Rozelle. It’s the longest cable bridge in Australia (345m), and affords some magic views as you truck into the city from the west. The two main towers are shaped like needle eyes, with the road as the thread.
The Anzac (Australian & New Zealand Army Corps) theme is reinforced by an Australian flag atop the eastern tower, a New Zealand flag on the western, and two big soldier statues – one Australian and one New Zealander. For a sea-level perspective, take the pathway between Blackwattle Bay and Bicentennial Park .