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Scenic Viewpoint
“The Cremorne Point walk takes in the city and harbour, and many heritage listed waterfront homes”
15 locals recommend
Pool
“Public, free (no charge) seawater pool on the harbour. Spectacular views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Set on Cremorne Point, there is lots of room to sit and have a picnic before or after a swim. ”
15 locals recommend
Pier
“Do the Cremorne Point walk and end here (about 40 minutes start to finish). Nice cafe right on the water with brekky and lunch fare. Catch a ferry back to Cremorne Point or Circular Quay.”
8 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Take a walk through Cremorne Reserve to enjoy the stunning views, take a dip in the pool, or just have a lazy picnic with the view of the harbour.”
8 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“ With its lovely balcony vista overlooking the bay the Mosman Rowers boasts a prime heritage waterfront location just a short walk from the apartment - and there is also ample parking available The Bar on ground floor, which is open for Lunch and Dinner from Monday to Sunday, offers a varied range of modern and stylish bistro meals. Breakfast is also available on Saturday & Sunday from 8am. ”
12 locals recommend
Beach
“Never too busy all year round, perfect to enjoy a picnic with an amazing view. Very busy at NYE but if you arrive on time you're on the best spots in Sydney to watch the spectacular Fireworks.”
65 locals recommend
Transit Station
“http://www.beyondthewharf.com.au/route/mosman-bay/ F6 – Mosman Bay Ferry Service From Circular Quay, No. 2 Wharf, Sydney to Mosman Bay Wharf. Plan your trip For Mosman Bay ferry timetable and pricing information, visit www.transportnsw.info”
4 locals recommend
Pier
“South Mosman ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Mosman. It is located at the end of Musgrave St, and hence is marked "Musgrave St. Wharf" on some publications”
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“This will be the closest ferry wharf while Mosman Bay is closed for an upgrade apprx March - August 2014.”
1 local recommends
Route
“Take the ferry from Cremorne Point wharf end the end of the point. A short, relaxing 15 minute trip into the city (Circular Quay). Or walk to Old Cremorne Wharf via the bush (same line into city).”
2 locals recommend
Café
“Great place to stop for a coffee and there irresistible raspberry and white chocolate muffins.”
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Mosman Bay Bus Stop 230 bus Route Timetable and Stops The 230 bus (Direction: Milsons Pt) has 30 stops departing from Mosman Bay Wharf Avenue Rd and ending in Olympic Dr Before Alfred St. 230 bus timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 05:32 and ends at 23:23. Normal operating days: weekdays. https://moovitapp.com/index/en-gb/public_transportation-line-230-Sydney-442-855272-547325-0”
2 locals recommend
Pier
1 local recommends
Bus Station
1 local recommends
Park
“Ferries run every half an hour on weekdays and every hour on weekends. Download the TripView app so that you always know when the next ferry is coming.”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends