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...
Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf
A former wool and cargo dock, this beautiful Edwardian wharf faced oblivion for decades before a 2½ year demolition-workers’ green ban...
These stone stairs were built in 1870 to connect spiffy Potts Point with the Woolloomooloo slums below. The steep steps run past an...
Once the dank domain of burly sailors and salty ne’er-do-wells, the Tilbury now sparkles on Sydney’s social scene. Yuppies, yachties,...
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
Artspace is spacey: its eternal quest is to fill the void with vigorous, engaging Australian and international contemporary art. Things here are decidedly avant-garde – expect lots of conceptual pieces, audio-visual installations and new-media masterpieces. It’s an admirable attempt to liven things up in Sydney’s art scene, experimenting with sometimes-disturbing concepts. Excellent disabled access.