Where does your fancy take you today? Fifteen different intimate harbourside dining experiences await you at Walsh Bay, from cafes to restaurants.Put Walsh Bay on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sydney road trip site .
Enjoy the latest plays at the Sydney Theatre Company or Sydney Theatre. Get energetic and take a class with the Sydney Dance Company. Need to stretch the legs? Take the Heritage Walk around one of Sydney’s oldest seaports.
Fancy a festival? Craving a touch of culture after the hustle and bustle of The Rocks? Then join us for the prestigious Biennale of Sydney. Rub shoulders with the writers at the Sydney Writers Festival. Ponder modern sculpture works while you wind your way through the precinct.
Today’s Walsh Bay is a vibrant hub, mixing the old with the new. Bringing culture, food and business together in one melting pot. Whether you’re looking for an intimate location for your next business meeting, a unique arena for your next event, or just a relaxed coffee... Walsh Bay is at your fingertips.
Just a short stroll under the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, just around the corner from The Rocks, or just a 5 minute taxi ride from the CBD, it’s easy to find your way to Walsh Bay, but it might just be hard to leave! You may even find yourself having a luxurious break at the Sebel Pier One.
Walsh Bay Reviews
Walsh Bay (western side of harbour bridge) precinct is well worth the foot leather. It flows logically from the Rocks... An intervening mixed-use precinct (sydney theatre, offices, cafes, restaurants ... more »
北のターミナル近くのベイエリアの素晴らしい景色を見えます。リラックスできる雰囲気の中で、たくさんの種類のレストランがあります。 more »It offers great views of the Bay Area near the North Terminal. There are many different types of restaurants in a relaxing atmosphere.
Tucked away from the main drag This quiet area has great water front restaurants and tapas bars Nice to sit out off the crowds and wind Great meals to be had along the boardwalk Just sit back at watch the boats go by And take in the views across the water to Luna park and of course the harbour bridge
Great for filthy rich. Not soooo for us plebs
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