Balls Head Reserve
Scruffy, bushy Balls Head Reserve not only has great views of the harbour, the city skyline and the industrial relics on Goat Island, it...
Goat Island, west of the Harbour Bridge, has been a shipyard, quarantine station and gunpowder depot in its previous lives. Heritage...
Once a tough, working-class neighbourhood, Balmain now rivals Paddington in Victorian-era desirability – with the added advantage of...
The Harbour Bridge views from the London’s long balcony are quintessentially Sydney – about as far from London as you can get. There’s a...
Spice I Am
The Balmain outpost of the Spice I Am chain of authentic Thai eateries.
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Yurulbin Point information
On the northern tip of the Balmain peninsula (technically Birchgrove), this narrow point stretches to within 300m of the North Shore. Once called Long Nose Point, it was a shipyard until 1971, when it became a public park. It reverted to its Indigenous name (meaning ‘swift running water’) in 1994.