Woolwich Pier Hotel has an air of casual sophistication to it, with simple modern furnishings and it's waterside location. There are indoor and outdoor areas, which have been made weather proof with umbrellas and in built heaters, perfect for use year round. The bistro, which doesn't take bookings, serves a delicious modern Australian menu. In the bars you'll find a good selection of beers, wines, cocktails and spirits, with sports broadcasts and comfy lounges to recline in.
Youâ€™ve got to love a pub thatâ€™s accessible by boat. Just a five-minute stroll from the Valentia Street ferry wharf, the Woolwich Pier is the perfect place to relax with a tipple after a day of exploring. The recently renovated first-floor Harbour Lounge is a stylish cocktail bar with views across the water to the city skyline, while the outside courtyard, with its three self-contained party bungalows, is a top spot in any weather.
HarbourSculpture is a unique sculpture exhibition, held annually on Sydney Harbour.
Spread across Clarkes Point Reserve Woolwich and through the Deckhouse function centre and surrounds, HarbourSculpture also showcases the extraordinary natural environment setting in which the event is held.
They aim to present, support and encourage contemporary Australian sculpture that reflects the history and place of sculpture in Australia, and to engage the community in the visual experience of sculptural works and sculptural space against our harbour location.
HarbourSculpture is an independent, not-for-profit project run by volunteers.
The event is supported by a range of wonderful local and national organisations and businesses, in particular major sponsors Deckhouse Woolwich, Hunters Hill Council and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust....