Walk up a couple of steps from the front lawn and you can enter the apartment through a private door which leads into the dining area and sitting area , which have stunning views of the Harbour including the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the city skyline. Dine at night with the city and harbour lights as your backdrop.
The apartment is on the ground floor of a block of seven. It occupies the whole width of the building and thus has no immediate neighbour.
The apartment has lawn in front , bordering onto the Cremorne Point Reserve. Beyond the Reserve is the harbour foreshore, with sensational uninterrupted views to the Opera House, CBD and the Harbour Bridge.
A lovely spacious two bedroom apartment, with built in robes, which sleeps four comfortably, and provides expansive open plan living, with high ceilings enhanced by sandstone feature walls.
Ultra modern equipped kitchen.
Stunning marble bathroom .
A 2nd half bathroom has washbasin and toilet. This room doubles as the laundry, with an automatic washing machine and a dryer.
There is a second large sitting room that opens off another entrance- ideal for quiet reading.
All linen and towels are supplied, including pool / beach towels.
( harbour swimming pool, a minutes walk away).
Cremorne Point is renowned for its stunning views across the world’s most beautiful harbour. An eight minute scenic ferry ride has you at Circular Quay, the gateway to Sydney’s CBD. Directly opposite is the Opera House , Fort Denison and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
It is one of the city’s most prestigious and convenient locations.
A perfect setting to view the fireworks displays from the harbour and bridge, as well as the Sydney to Hobart Yacht races.
Sit and watch the ferries, watercabs, sailing and speed boats sail by your front door. You will also see huge ocean liners and massive tankers making their way in and out of the harbour.
Enjoy a picnic on the foreshore.
Enjoy one of the most scenic foreshore walks in Sydney from Cremorne Point to Mosman Bay.
Just outside the apartment is Cremorne Point Reserve, which has one of the best scenic walks in the world. Take the footpath and head south-east.
After two minutes you will be at the MacCallum Pool, a 22 metre pool that overlooks the harbour. This is a popular swimming location that started out as a rock pool created by the local residents to form a safe harbour swimming hole. The pool dates back to the nineteen-twenties and has been restored in keeping with this heritage. The unique waterside timber deck is an unparalleled sunbathing spot.
Look back and admire the spectacular panoramic view of the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the city skyline. The Royal Botanic Gardens can also be seen adjacent to and to the east of the Opera House.
Continue along the foreshore walk for another five minutes and you are at the Cremorne Point Wharf. From here ferries run every half-hour to and from the city and round the point to Mosman Bay.
Another five minutes in the same direction will get you to the lighthouse on Robertson’s Point, the extreme end of Cremorne Point. The view of the harbour from here extends around three hundred degrees, a wonderful vantage point for watching the yacht races and all the life of the busy harbour.
Head along the eastern foreshore of Cremorne Point and time will be forgotten. There are too many things to look at: the shipyard; the boats at their moorings; the old houses;
the gardens; the whole of Mosman Bay.
Past the Rowers Club- or stop for a drink and meal- and you will see the boats at the marina and then Mosman Wharf. Have a coffee there and catch the ferry back!
Ferries run between Cremorne Point and Circular Quay every thirty minutes throughout the day and every forty-five minutes during the evening.
Circular Quay has a public transport hub that connects up the city’s trains, ferry and buses services.
Buses run from Cremorne Wharf , via Milson Road, to Neutral Bay Wharf, via the Military Road restaurant strip.
If you prefer to drive, the city’s system of motorways and tunnels link in a short distance from Cremorne Point.