King Street Wharf
Settle in for a three-hour, three-course dinner cruise on this paddlewheeler, complete with cabaret singers, showgirls flashing their...
The fancy Magistic floaters take you on a range of cruises, ranging from the one-hour sightseeing cruise ($25 to $33) offering all the...
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...
Retreat to the far end of King St Wharf if the mayhem of Darling Harbour starts to melt your mind. Slink into a low leather booth on the...
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King Street Wharf information
Cockle Bay Wharf in ultramodern metal drag, the $800-million King St Wharf continues the Darling Harbour precinct north beyond Pyrmont Bridge. All the plush apartments are sold and the office space leased out, but you can still get a sniff of the high life at the waterfront bars and restaurants.