Woolloomooloo’s mix of harbor side restaurants and dockside relics generates a cacophonous buzz of celebrity sightings and creative strongholds. Bordering the CBD and tracing the line of the water, this once-industrial workman’s hub has transformed into a floating wharf of food, entertainment, and entrepreneurship. Sip wine before boarding a yacht or play it cool as you munch a famous meat pie—Woolloomooloo makes your stay worthwhile.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Carly Earl grew up in the bush before moving to Sydney to pursue photography. She is a photojournalist for News Ltd, shooting features and front covers for publications, but still finds time for a range of freelance projects. Carly has developed a natural style to her imagery that captures the essence of the subject in a unique way. She loved discovering a new side of Sydney while exploring her suburbs for Airbnb.