- Cremorne Reserve
- Park, Playground, Bushland Reserve, Pool
A great destination for a day trip with harbourside bushland, formal lawn and garden areas, and spectacular views of the harbour and the city. The Cremorne Point foreshore walk follows the main shoreline pathway, and interprets the Aboriginal and European history of the area. Reserve features include:
- fitness equipment for adults
- a small lighthouse located at Robertsons Point
- the National Trust listed Lex and Ruby Graham garden
- harbourside Maccallum Pool with 1920s character and superb views
- public toilets, numerous seats and picnic tables
The loop track has three main entrance points:
- Bogota Avenue
- At the bottom of the steps at the eastern end of Hodgson Avenue (Lower Spofforth Street or Bromley Ave)
- Above Cremorne Wharf
Dogs are welcome in Cremorne Reserve however they must be kept on a leash and they are not permitted within 10m of the playground.
For exact locations of dog tidy bag dispensers, look at the dog tidy bag map.
- Getting there and parking
- Turn off Military Road at Cremorne into Murdoch Street which leads into Milson Road. Follow Milson Road to the end. There is limited street parking. When travelling by public transport, take the Mosman Ferry from Circular Quay to Cremorne Point, or catch the Cremorne Wharf bus from Neutral Bay Junction.
- Plan of Management