Millers Point blends the feeling of old English country roads with pragmatic amenities and ethereal perspectives of urban city structures. Occupy a seat at one of the Sydney's oldest pubs, wander along cobblestones that weave past the wharf, and spend a civilized evening at the theatre in this centrally located historic neighborhood. A charming departure from Sydney's sun-bleached sands, Millers Point offers insight into how Australians might have lived at the onset of European settlement.See 10 places to stay Save this neighborhood
History and Heritage In Pocket-Sized Millers Point
The weekend markets at The Rocks are a must see. Shopping, eating, drinking, and enjoying the Harbour, whilst on a cruise or visiting the many restaurants at your door step."
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The View: Atop Observatory Hill
Sydney’s oldest pub, The Lord Nelson, is our local pub where they brew their own beer on site and serve up a great meal, too. Wander around the streets and try not to fall in love with this place."
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Millers Point Architecture: Tracing Colonial Era History
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