MCMAHONS POINT At A Glance
With towering North Sydney behind and expansive Sydney Harbour views in front, the village-like atmosphere of McMahons Point is a quiet haven away from the hustle and bustle of its neighbouring suburbs. Locals while away time in their favourite restaurant or along the foreshore parks.
Access to Sydney Harbour and its incredible views, and the village-like atmosphere of Blues Point Road.
Piato does amazing coffee (open from 7am), and for a more local vibe with killer views go to Quibaree Park in Lavender Bay.
Architect Drew Heath’s award-winning home at 10 Mitchell Street won the prestigious Wilkinson Award.
Within easy walking distance to North Sydney and a quick ferry ride to the CBD, locals can be among the hustle and bustle as quickly as they can retreat back to the quiet village-like atmosphere of McMahons Point.
Blues Point Road is home to restaurants with reputations that attract foodies from all over. Stroll down the hill to Blues Point Reserve, a popular outlook that offers unparalleled views of Sydney Harbour and Walsh Bay. This is a very popular spot to watch fireworks during the festive season.
Neighbouring Sawmill Reserve looks out over Berrys Bay, Pyrmont and Balmain, offering green space to picnic and enjoy active play with family and friends.
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WINE & DINE
The village-like atmosphere of McMahons Point along Blues Point Road has restaurants that offer a café-style vibe by day, and relaxed dining by night. Off the main strip, locals frequent 67 Union Street Deli, which has a homely environment and gets rave reviews for the food it dishes up for breakfast and lunch.