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...
Ampersand Café & Bookstore
Which are better, the books or the cooks? Either way, you’re guaranteed to find a good read (30,000 books over three floors) and a good...
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.