Dr Mary Booth Reserve Foreshore Walkway
Squeezed between the Harbour Bridge and the politicians, the diminutive Dr Mary Booth Reserve Foreshore Walkway offers great views of...
When in town, the prime minister gets some shut-eye in this Gothic Revival–style mansion. It's best viewed from the water.
Australia's governor general officially resides in this waterside mansion (1846), best admired from the water.
The long-running Ensemble presents mainstream theatre by overseas and Australian playwrights (think David Williamson and David Hare),...
Flanked by the Harbour Bridge, the choppy harbour and Luna Park’s insane grin, Ripples does well to compete with the view and come out...
Kirribilli Point information
The Sydney residences of Australia’s governor general and prime minister are located on Kirribilli Point, east of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. When in town, the PM gets some shut-eye in the Gothic Revival–style Kirribilli House , built in 1854, while the GG bunkers down in Admiralty House , built in 1846. Admiralty House is nearer the bridge and is the one everyone dreams of living in (if it came without the job).
Both houses are better spotted from the water than by peering through the lightly fortified gates (this ain’t the White House).
Squeezed between the Harbour Bridge and the politicians, the diminutive Dr Mary Booth Reserve Foreshore Walkway offers great views of the Opera House and the city skyline.