WOOLWICH At A Glance
Luxurious and exclusive, Woolwich is an old-world enclave that sits on the tip of a peninsula surrounded on three sides by uninterrupted harbour views. Don’t be fooled by the size of this small neighbourhood, because the waterfront mansions and foreshore parklands lay claim to some of Sydney’s most enviable landholdings.
Luxury living with uninterrupted water views, and ferry access to Cockatoo Island.
Woolwich Pier Hotel does a killer Sunday Roast and during the warmer months Woolwich Baths (a small harbourside pool) has a real local only vibe.
Boats have been built and repaired at Woolwich Dock for over 100 years.
This peninsula suburb is all about luxury living at its finest. Beautiful heritage-listed mansions sit side by side with their more modern counterparts and boast uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour.
Surrounded on three sides by Lane Cove River and Parramatta River, sailing is naturally a way of life. When not playing by the waterside, locals are getting their caffeine fix at Ironwood Café or grabbing a bite to eat at the Woolwich Pier Hotel on Woolwich Road.
The true beauty of Woolwich is its network of foreshore parklands and the sundrenched walking trails that soak up panoramic views of the harbour.
It’s hard to go past historic Woolwich Dock and Parkland, with the expansive grounds linking around to Goats Paddock. Whether dining at the world-class Deckhouse or cooking up some snags in the park, Woolwich Dock and Parkland is a gem that locals try hard to keep to themselves.
Celebrity A-listers and families with executive parents at the helm call Woolwich home.
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WOOLWICH DOCK AND PARKLAND
A place to relax or to get the heart rate pumping, these expansive grounds cater to everyone. Dine at the Deckhouse or picnic in the park. The walking trail that links around to Goats Paddock is a must.
The only way to access Woolwich at one stage was by boat, so it’s no surprise the sailing culture has survived. There are clubs and marinas along the harbour.
The streets of Woolwich are lined with jaw-dropping homes; beautifully-maintained sandstone workers’ cottages, large estates and architecturally-designed mansions.
When it comes to local architecture, Woolwich is where old meets new. Large estate homes sit next to cutting-edge mansions that capitalise on water views.