The new look, stylish Blackbird Café is in the enviable position of the balcony level of Cockle Bay Wharf, with an outlook straight over Darling...Read more
Spending summer days at home in front of your air conditioner might feel like the safest way to beat the heat but it’s definitely the least exciting. Whether you like to party, spend time with the fam or just kick back solo, we’ll help you to make a splash this Summer. So get off the couch and trade your cooling system for the harbour breeze at Cockle Bay Wharf. What are you waiting for?
Can’t face another playground, ball pit or indoor jungle gym? We’ve got just the thing. Spend the school holidays at Cockle Bay Wharf and you’ll discover that you don’t have to miss out on a good time just because the kids are having one. Visit in January and revisit your youth as you splash on Cockle Bay in a family sized pedal boat.
There’s nothing like 30 minutes of pedalling to work up an appetite, luckily you take your pick of family-friendly restaurants and they’re all a few steps from the Cockle Bay Wharf Pedal Boat dock.
Cheers to the weekend
If you’re more interested in partying than peddling, you can take your pick of places to celebrate the long days of Summer. From Aperol Spritz Sunset Sessions at Hunter & Barrel to courtyard sessions at Pontoon Bar, live music at Tokio Hotel or Sunday rooftop dance parties at Café Del Mar.
Our advice? Don’t plan to visit just one. With the day stretching ahead of you and the sounds of revelry surrounding you, exploring the wharf will make your day.
Dine the days away
We know the festive season can leave you feeling a little like an overstuffed Christmas ham but that’s not a reason to say bah-humbug to delicious Summer dining. When the New Year calls, all you have to do is put on your game face, rouse your appetite and head to Cockle Bay Wharf. Whether it’s breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner; we’ve got a feast for every time of day. If you want to extend your Cockle Bay Wharf experience beyond the table, take a pedal boat for a spin in Cockle Bay. With the wind in your hair and a friend beside you, you’ll be blissfully cruising the calm waters of Cockle Bay Wharf.
Browse our restaurants and choose your next feast.
Getting to Cockle Bay Wharf
Plane, train, automobile, water taxi or ferry; getting to Cockle Bay Wharf is easy. If driving is more your style, you’ll be happy to know that there’s $15 flat rate parking on weekends at Darling Park Car Park 201 Sussex Street Sydney. Flat rate parking is also available after 5 pm Monday to Friday and all day on weekends. Internal access available from the car park to Cockle Bay Wharf Roof Terrace level.