Brazenly modern apartment buildings and a bit of old-world charm characterize Pyrmont, the inner Sydney address of fish auctions, city slickers, and risk takers. As the sun rises on The Star, Sydney’s singular casino, newly made (or un-made) millionaires cross paths with fish hawkers and urban joggers weaving through the rows of traditional workers’ cottages and towering complexes that lead to Pyrmont’s waterfront parks. Like the intersection of trends and tradition? Pyrmont’s a good bet.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Pyrmont: Modern Amenities Along the Waterfront
Pyrmont was once a thriving industrial waterfront/working port area with ship-building, factories, and wool-stores. Over the past decade the area has been transformed into a trendy mix of inner city residences and commercial HQs."
Home of the Sydney Fish Market
You are just a leisurely stroll away from the CBD, shopping, restaurants, bars, and cafes. Should your feet like some rest from all the walking, feel free to catch the monorail, lightrail, or bus to the city."
Waterfront Dining And Drinking
The Star Casino: Fun and Games In Inner Sydney
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Tobias Rowles is a Sydney based photographer working in both the art and commercial worlds. He specialises in people and lifestyle photography that celebrates the ‘everyday’ and shoots for a wide range of local and international advertising clients. Tobias also maintains a constant focus on personal projects, many of which have received considerable critical acclaim.