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  1. Sailing Sydney Harbour from Pyrmont – All Aboard

    What to do on a sunny afternoon in Pyrmont? How about sailing Sydney Harbour and enjoying fabulous food and wine with your friends or work colleagues. This is exactly what I had the opportunity to do recently with some great people. We met in the Terrace Room at the Australian National Maritime Museum. This superb [...]

  2. Pyrmont Cafes or Glebe Cafes and Funky Bookshops?

    Winter – the perfect time for us in Pyrmont to snuggle up inside with a good book – an old favourite, a new bestseller, something to read to the kids, or even a beautiful antiquarian book. Whatever it is you’re after, chances are that you’ll find it at either of Gleebooks’ two stores on Glebe [...]

  3. Pyrmont Growers Market: An Appetite for Authentic Australian Food

    It’s lunch time again and you’ve found yourself at the supermarket deciding whether to buy Coke or Fanta to go with the sealed microwavable meal in the trolley. Maybe it will be easier to just forgo the whole process and pay a visit to McDonald’s. Problem is, you are tired of the same old food; [...]

  4. Pubs in Pyrmont Village

    I must confess I haven’t really been out drinking in Pyrmont before. I guess it is a little out of the way for me, too many bars and restaurants in between here and there to walk that extra few kilometers. After meeting up with a girlfriend in the area and a few different pubs later, [...]

  5. Sushi Samurai Pyrmont

    You’d be forgiven for not knowing about Sushi Samurai’s existence. Tucked away on Bunn Street, Sushi Samurai certainly isn’t located on Pyrmont’s main drag, but rest assured you’ll be rewarded for veering slightly off the beaten track. One of the best things about Sushi Samurai is that you have so many options. Need something quick [...]

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