With some iconic views of Sydney, Milsons Point also hosts some of Sydney’s popular destinations.

Milsons Point is on Sydney’s lower North Shore across the harbour from the CBD. Milsons Point does have some scenic views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Sydney’s city skyline.

To reach Milsons Point you need to cross the harbour either via the Sydney Harbour Bridge or by a ferry from Circular Quay. To cross the bridge you can walk, cycle, drive, or get a train to Milsons Point Station.

  • Luna Park

    Luna Park is Sydney’s popular amusement park that sits across the harbour on the North Shore. Luna Park opened in October 1935 and still has the Art Deco style from the 1930s, some would say it’s a bit creepy! Sydney’s Luna Park got its inspiration from the successful and the first Luna Park in Coney Island over in New York.

    Luna Park has all kinds of rides from roller coasters, to thrill rides, family rides, and there are even sideshow games. You can spend anywhere between three hours or half a day going on the rides, playing the sideshow games, and grabbing food.

  • Kirribilli Markets

    Kirribilli Markets is one of Sydney’s oldest markets with over 220 stalls selling a range of different items. The markets are one of the most popular markets in Sydney where you can pick up bags, handmade chocolate, cushions, and so much more.

    The markets have different areas from pre loved items, new products, gourmet foods, eateries, and new and artisan products. Check out the timetable online to find out which markets are running over the weekend.

  • Bradfield Park

    Bradfield Park is a waterfront park with a playground and views of the Opera House and the gorgeous harbour. You can go for a short walk under the Harbour Bridge and take photos of the scenic views. Or you can find a spot for a picnic with beautiful views for your afternoon while the kids enjoy the playground.

    Nearby there are some cafes if you are wanting a bite to eat or a coffee to relax while at Bradfield Park.

Milsons Point Map