Cockle Bay Wharf
Cockle Bay Wharf is just a short walk from Chinatown and provides stunning views of the Sydney Harbour.
Set between Cockle Bay and Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf connects and creates a dynamic destination for tourists and locals to enjoy. West of Sydney’s CBD, it is home to both affordable and upmarket restaurants, catering to all budgets. The multi-storey complex provides a variety of dining options, with its show stopping waterfront location creating a beautiful al fresco dining experience. Choose from Malaysian, Italian, fresh seafood or Modern Australian, creating a unique and memorable dining experience during your stay in Sydney. You’ll soon get to know names like Nick’s Seafood Restaurant, Adria Bar and Restaurant and Blackbird Cafe. While you’re tantalising your tastebuds at one of the many restaurants on the wharf, watch the ferries fly by, and city lights begin to sparkle as night falls. To end the night with a bang, every Saturday night Cockle Bay Wharf lights up the sky with beautiful fireworks for you to enjoy. As the night continues, surrounding bars and nightclubs begin to come to life, bringing a buzzing atmosphere to the streets.
You can reach Cockle Bay Wharf by bus, train, light rail, ferry, car, water taxi or on foot. With the many transport options available, it is very well connected and is easy to reach at all times of the day.
Stop by Cockle Bay Wharf for the total dining experience, for a decadent dinner all the way to a tipple at one of the many bars. Get an authentic taste of Sydney where dining and million dollar views come together.