Harry’s Cafe de Wheels
Sure, it’s a humble pie cart, but Harry’s is a tourist attraction nonetheless. Open since 1938 (except for a few years when founder...
Artspace is spacey: its eternal quest is to fill the void with vigorous, engaging Australian and international contemporary art. Things...
Once a sunflower-yellow symbol of all things bohemian, this former artists’ residence was home to such cult heroes as Martin Sharp,...
After a few martinis in the heart of Woolloomooloo’s Finger Wharf, time becomes meaningless and escape pointless. This lofty romantic...
This underlit trattoria has them queuing at the door (especially on weekends). The intimate room showcases seasonal Italian dishes...
McElhone Stairs information
Lonely Planet review
These stone stairs were built in 1870 to connect spiffy Potts Point with the Woolloomooloo slums below. The steep steps run past an apartment block: residents sip tea on their balconies and stare bemusedly at the fitness freaks punishing themselves on the 113-stair uphill climb.