Thursday, 7 March 2013

Cockle Bay, ferry restaurant

The S.S. South Steyne is a steam ferry which was built in 1938 and was in service between Manly and Circular Quay for over 36 years. It was restored in 1987 and is now used as a floating restaurant at Darling Harbour, beside the Pyrmont Bridge. This view is across Cockle Bay towards the IMAX theatre and the city skyline.


  1. Wow! What a beautiful capture! I love the cityscape in the background. I would love to be there right now instead of my snowy landscape here in the suburb of Chicago.

  2. What a good idea to make this into a restaurant.

  3. What a great idea and quite a unique dining experience. I guess there speciality would be seafood.

  4. Darling Harbour is okay but the South Steyne is a gem.

  5. Awesome with a floating restaurant in that environment!

  6. vad häftigt att kunna äta middag på en så gammal och känd båt i hamnen.
    Ha en fin vecka
    Kram Meta

    1. While I haven't dined there myself, I agree it would be an awesome experience. There are some great restaurants and clubs around Cockle Bay.


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