Lush, elegant and nestled in the heart of the east, Woollahra is one of Sydney’s most desirable residential hotspots.
From its tree-lined and fairy-lit cobblestone streets to its manicured hedges and spectacular family homes, everything about this suburb is pristine. Whether you’re here to window shop along Queen Street, tuck into a five-star meal at one of many unmissable restaurants, or soak up the sun on the greens of Centennial Park, Woollahra will deliver.
Brought to you by celebrity chef Matt Moran, CHISWICK brings its food straight from the kitchen garden and onto your plate. Dine seasonally, drenched in sun and surrounded by nature, in an open, airy and elegantly styled environment.
Sushi in style is the theme of Kenny Rens, a moody and atmospheric local haunt on Queen Street. Cleanse the palate with some fresh sashimi, or indulge in their smoky and flavoursome robata-grilled meat dishes, all washed down with your pick from the whisky bar.
Traditional, refined and beloved by fine-diners Sydney-wide, Bistro Moncur is a classic French bistro complemented by premium wines and innovative cocktails from their new addition, Bar Moncur. Treat yourself, and fall back in love with the timeless simplicity of French flavours.
Simplicity, passion and quality sum up the food at Sonoma, and the people in it. Sit down to a good coffee and good food atop some freshly-baked sourdough, all served with a warm smile. The locals love it, and there’s no wonder why.
It’s quirky, it’s cute and it’s oh so pretty. Coffee at 14 Queen, an extension of the opulent Hughenden Boutique Hotel, is an experience, from its baby pink plates to its walls littered with adorable caricatures and hand drawn art. Perfect for anyone who appreciates some extra glamour in their life.
About : Spicer
For your traditional modern Aussie breakfast, look no further than About : Spicer. They’ve got the avocado smashes, the corn fritter stacks, the acai smoothie bowls, and the fresh pressed juices served in mason jars – everything you need for the coveted Aussie breakkie experience. Feel nourished and live like a local. .
The Terrace @ The Woollahra Hotel
Whatever the weather, The Terrace is the prime spot in Woollahra to while away the day with an ice cold cocktail in hand and live DJ music for atmosphere. Drop in for some trivia, watch the football at the bar, or let your hair down on Margarita Thursdays. It’s casual, it’s light hearted and it’s right on your doorstep.
The Lord Dudley
The Lord Dudley is family-run and owned, and deeply rooted in tradition, from its ivy-smothered red-brick façade, to sisters Claire and Honor that man the bar and carry on their father Jamie’s beloved business. There is no better place for a hearty meal and an ice-cold schooner.
The Wine Library
Wine, cheese, charcuterie and tapas – what more could you want from a funky wine bar in Sydney’s east? The Wine Library’s Spanish-inspired menu leaves the mouth watering for more, especially when paired with one of 500 hand-picked wines from all over the world. Drop in for after-work drinks, or bring a special someone for a night of wining and dining.
Read’s of Woollahra
Fashion enthusiasts young and old will go weak at the knees at the unique and exclusive collection of designer pieces available at Read’s, an institution of Woollahra’s boutique culture since 1976. Featuring everything from small Australian labels to beloved international names, the selections are carefully curated, and always on-trend.
Shopaholics – avert your eyes! Quincy is Woollahra’s quintessential accessories boutique, stocking all your shoe and handbag needs in a beautifully luxurious, heritage-listed building.