the quiet harbourside neighbourhood of Wollstonecraft not a whole lot happens,
but locals prefer it that way – they like to keep their snippet of water
frontage to themselves. When they choose, they can go to neighbouring Crows
Nest for a vibrant café, dining and bar scene.
Quiet and reserved,
Wollstonecraft residents like to sit back and soak up the tranquillity. Although
tucked away in their own private pocket of Sydney’s highly sought-after water
frontage, they can easily be amongst the bustle of Sydney’s CBD – only four
stops away on the railway line.
Berry Island Reserve steals the
show on a foreshore that’s bordered by beautiful, connecting parks. Walking
trails link the parks, with Badangi Reserve being the gateway through to
Waverton and Gore Cove Reserve and on into Greenwich. The expansive green space
caters to picnickers who enjoy the backdrop of Sydney Harbour.
Although very little happens in Wollstonecraft,
locals are very close to the café, dining and bar scene of Crows Nest. But when
is all said and done, Wollstonecraft’s biggest drawcard is the quiet leafy
With a mix of architecture styles,
this is a neighbourhood where locals take a lot of pride in their homes, many
of which are undergoing extensive renovations. Contemporary architecture has
also started to appear.
most of the dwellings in Wollstonecraft are apartments, there are family homes to
be found that take advantage of water and park frontage along Tryon, Milray and
Cable Streets. When it comes to apartments, you can’t really go wrong around
the railway station.