Saturday, 29 November 2014

Circular Quay, restaurant

This heritage listed building is located along the foreshore of Sydney Harbour at East Circular Quay. It was built in 1910 in the Federation architectural style for the workers of wharf facilities here that serviced many trading ships during the early to mid 1900s. The public lavatories remained in use until 1987 when the building was redeveloped and the usage changed to a restaurant. The Sydney Cove Oyster Bar has traded here since.


  1. That's a lovely little place to get something to eat. On the waterfront as well.

    Mersad Donko Photography

  2. I am always so happy to see a building rehabbed for a specific purpose and brought back to life. Kudos to the owners.

  3. I like it. It reminds me of some buildings here.

  4. Yes it looks a lovely building and I am glad they were able to change the use of it. Have a lovely weekend.

  5. I am delighted the wharfies were offered decent facilities. The labouring in summer must have been hot and humid.

  6. What a cute little house... You say that it is a restaurant, but it could easily be some little chapel, in fact.

    1. You do see this sort of design on a variety of different buildings.

  7. The building is really dreamy ...Great that it is still there... Lovely shot

  8. What a pretty building! How awesome that it is well cared for.


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