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Its another part of Darling harbour that has lots of restaurants. Its on the other side of the harbour from the national maritime museum / casino. It has a large variety of cuisines to choose from. Its a short walk from the start pf the...More
King Street Wharf is located on the opposite side of the water from The Star Casino. If walking along Pyrmont Bridge from Darling Harbour in the direction of the Sydney CBD it is on the left hand side opposite Cockle Bay Wharf.
From here we...More
We were catching a ferry transfer to our cruise parked at White Bay. We walked via Wynyard walk which is a very convenient new pedestrian walkway providing a connection from Wynyard Station. Nice ambiance on the waterfront and worth a stroll to take in the...More
There are so many restaurants at King Street Wharf and all have a lovely view over Darling Harbour. Any cuisine you desire is available and, even just strolling along the promenade is a real joy. You can watch all the ferries arriving and departing and...More
Was able to spend time down on King Street Wharf tonight before and after our dinner cruise on the Capt Cook cruise line boat. This area is spotless, fun and wide open for lots of people. There literally are dozens of choices fir food and...More
We strolled several times along King Street Wharf which is adjacent to Cockle Bay Wharf and on the city side of Darling Harbour.
One can catch a ferry to Circular Quay and this is the jump off point for many of the harbour cruises.
A lovely place to wander round, soaking up the atmosphere (and the Happy Hour drinks), people watching.
Unfortunately, building work at one end of King's Wharf obscures the view of the harbour from some of the bars and restaurants.
King Street Wharf is the ferry hub for both the King Street restaurant and bar area and the Cockle Bay precinct. Easy to access by Sydney Ferries as well as water taxis, this wharf is also close to the floating restaurants and harbour cruise vessels.
The original docklands of Darling Harbour have been transformed into a tourist mecca with entertainment for the whole family. Cockle Bay Wharf offers dining options from budget to upscale and million dollar views of the harbour. Young crowds gather on weekends for nightlife that ranges from salsa clubs to Dj’s. Families can visit the Chinese Gardens of Friendship or the Sydney Aquarium, one of the largest in the
world. The Sydney Maritime Museum and the IMAX theatre are also popular attractions. The Harbourside Shopping Centre is a site unto itself, with hundreds of shops, restaurants and bars. On Saturdays in the summer, the city puts on a spectacular fireworks show along the harbour's shore and there are plenty of other free events during the year - Darling Harbour Fiesta, VIVID’s light installations and the Sydney Festival, just to name a few.