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A short walk from The Rocks, Walsh Bay is a splendid location to enjoy a signature Sydney attraction - waterside dining. Stylish bars and quality restaurants are on heritage-listed finger wharves on Sydney Harbour, offering postcard views of one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world.
Harbourside dining in Walsh Bay
For delicious waterside dining and world-class performances, Walsh Bay is a memorable destination near The Rocks. Savour delicious food on heritage-listed finger wharves on Sydney Harbour. Before and after a show, enjoy elegant wines and exquisite cocktails at bars with gorgeous harbour views.
Walsh Bay is home to theatres and performance spaces, quality restaurants and charming bars, as well as a marina and Pier One Sydney Harbour, a boutique hotel. The Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Dance Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs are in Walsh Bay.
Check out the dazzling events calendar, reserve your seats for a performance, and book a table at one of the mouth-watering restaurants in this vibrant arts precinct. The Gantry on Pier One creates Modern Australian cuisine using fresh season produce. The bar offers marvellous harbour vistas.
For more splendid harbour views, try the Theatre Bar at the End of Wharf on Pier 4/5. The Sydney Dance Lounge is also on this wharf. Along Hickson Road are more delightful spots to eat and drink, including Fratelli Fresh's Cafe Sopra, Hickson’s Food and Wine, and Seawall Restaurant and Bar.
Walk up the staircase near the Roslyn Packer Theatre to Millers Point, where you’ll find colonial pubs Lord Nelson Brewery and Hero of Waterloo and a luxury hotel, The Langham. Next to Barangaroo Reserve is Hotel Palisade, dating back to 1915. The rooftop bar Harry Deane offers stunning views.