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Woolloomooloo Wharf, Sydney
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Some of the finest restaurants in the city are located at Woolloomooloo Wharf, locally called the Finger Wharf. This historic structure is the longest timber wharf in the world, completed in 1915 to service the wool export business. During World War II the wharf served as a staging point for Australian troop deployment, and later it became a disembarking point for newly arrived immigrants. Today, the entire area is a redeveloped complex of trendy hotels, restaurants, and residential buildings. Visit the area for a gourmet meal at one of its popular alfresco restaurants, many of which feature views of the central business district's skyscrapers. Using our online itinerary creator, Sydney attractions like Woolloomooloo Wharf can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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A lovely spot that feels away from the huddle and bustle of the city. A long wharf where we saw a large navy ship towed out by tugs in the early evening. Beautiful boats to dream for were lined up alo... read more »
Visited the Woolloomooloo Wharf which was near Kings Cross, to catch up with friends over some drinks and light meal one evening. It was quite quiet and there were a few restaurants with fine dining a... read more »
This place is peace on earth! Lush! Plush! Without making you feel uneasy about it! I.e the Australian way! Not sure I would recommend for a family to stay there - a bit remote to key touristic areas ... read more »
I love architecture of the building..
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