Finger Wharf Woolloomooloo | Sydney Restaurant And Hotel Show

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Woolloomooloo is a harbourside, inner-city eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, NSW Australia. Woolloomooloo is 1.5 kilometers east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

Woolloomooloo’s Finger Wharf is one of the longest timber wharves in the world. Once a busy cargo dock, there are waterside restaurants, cool bars, classic inner city pubs, a marina and Ovolo, a boutique hotel in an art deco building, great chefs and good cuisines and italian food and more available at Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf Sydney.

There aren’t many places around Woolloomooloo Wharf where you can lunch for under with your own bottle of wine. Lunchtimes see it packed with locals.

Travelling to Sydney and never been to Woolloomooloo? Here are some more interesting things about Woolloomooloo.

Woolloomooloo is a harbourside, inner-city eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Woolloomooloo is 1.5 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Sydney. It is in a low-lying, former docklands area at the head of Woolloomooloo Bay, on Sydney Harbour. The Domain sits to the west, the locality of East Sydney is near the south-west corner of the suburb and the locality of Kings Cross is near the south-east corner. Potts Point is immediately to the east.

Woolloomooloo was originally a working-class district of Sydney and has only recently changed with the gentrification of the inner city areas of Sydney. The redevelopment of the waterfront, particularly the construction of the housing development on the Finger Wharf, has caused major change.

Overlooking Woolloomooloo from the Domain Park, with the Bells Hotel (red brick building) in the foreground
Woolloomooloo is home to the Finger Wharf, known for its remarkable size. It is 400 metres (1,310 ft) long and 63 m (210 ft) wide and stands on 3,600 piles.

The Sydney Harbour Trust built the Finger Wharf, or Woolloomooloo Wharf, between 1911 and 1915 with the charter to bring order to Sydney Harbour’s foreshore facilities. The wharf became the largest wooden structure in the world. The area’s commerce was dominated by shipping at the wharf and by the regular influx of sailors and officers from the Garden Island base of the Royal Australian Navy.

In the mid-1990s the wharf was renovated into 300 private residential apartments and a boutique hotel with 104 guest rooms. It also has several restaurants and bars, including the popular Water Bar, frequented by many visiting celebrities. At first the hotel was launched as “W Sydney – Woolloomooloo” and was the W Hotels brands’ first internationally launched property outside of the United States. The hotel’s licensing expired in 2007 and rebranded as “Blue Hotel”, managed by Taj Hotels & Resorts. Notable residents include actor Russell Crowe, who lives in a million penthouse which as a result has become famous in Australia and abroad and one of the most expensive and sought after places in the country. Another prominent resident is controversial former Australian radio presenter John Laws.

The Andrew “Boy” Charlton Pool, sits on the western side of Woolloomooloo Bay, amongst the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Notable residents
Actor Russell Crowe
Radio presenter John Laws
Singer Delta Goodrem
Former footballer Mark Bosnich
Former Sydney FC player Alessandro Del Piero
Former model Charlotte Dawson

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