If you do a tour here you will learn a lot about Sydney history. There is a few places here that are interesting.
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We walked through this area quickly but saw enough to know we want to come back and spend more time exploring. After spending a heap of time at The Rocks, this will be our first port of call when next in Sydney, sadly not enough...More
We walked from Queen Victoria building all the way around to the Rocks and went through Millers Point. It is a neat walking park and worth the Side trek. Plenty of places to sit and view the Harbour. Well worth the time spent!! Look at...More
This is an historic location with the houses dating from the 1920s and earlier. Under threat from development and well worth a visit.
It was great taking a stroll on the streets of Millers Point, much quieter than The Rocks. I loved looking at these old houses, the architecture is so typical of this part of the world but sadly some buildings are in a state of disrepair....More
Millers Point is a small suburb within the City of Sydney and it is often thought to be a part of The Rocks neighbourhood. Beautiful, most historical part of the city. However its residents experiencing real diffiulties and continue to fight evictions.
Millers point in wedged between the Rocks and Barangaroo and has been fighting for the survival of the old small houses that were part of early Sydney development. It's a shame to think that in years to come, they will be demolished to allow space...More
I feel sorry for the residents at Millers Point as the old houses will be demolished soon for a big face lift of the community. Do go to Millers Point before the old houses are gone because its surrounding already changed, replaced by new modern...More
When walking through the old terraced homes in Millers Point you are reminded of how Sydney Harbour used to be a working port. This aspect of the harbour is all but gone as is the character that came with it. Millers Point is up from...More
I really liked my walk about Walsh Bay and Millers Point which is kind of the same area of the city... sort of... It's not really in the Rocks, but the other side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and I'd say the neglected sibling to...More